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Ist die NSDAP eine sozialistische Partei

David, F.

Published by Internationaler Arbeiter-Verlag GmbH, Wien-Berlin-Zürich, 1933
Condition: g to vg Soft cover

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Large Octavo. (8) 191 (1)pp. Original tan wraps with red and black lettering on cover, black on spine. A fundamental argument on the NSDAP regarding questions relating to unions, social politics, economy and socialism. The task of this book is to prove that the NSDAP is neither a workers party nor a socialist party. Extensive argument against the NSDAP as a workers and socialist party covering subjects as "Hitler and the Worker's Class," the "NSDAP and the Struggle of the Unions," the "NSDAP and Social Reform," "The 'Socialism' of the NSDAP," and a comparison of "Marxism and National Socialism."The books elaborates on the cause and limits of the influence of National Socialism on the masses, the NSDAP sub-organization NSBO, an organization founded to gain a foothold in businesses and factories, the NSDAP and their politics on wages, strikes, and unions, the NSDAP and social reforms, the "Socialism" of the NSDAP, including chapters on interest and inflation. Additional chapters cover the "Third Reich" and economic crisis as well as the position of the worker in the "Third Reich." The book concludes with the comparison of Marxism and National Socialism, including arguments explaining the NSDAP's opposition to Marxism and the fight of Marxism against the "Socialism" of the ruling class. Contains indices by subject, names and bibliography at rear.Text in German. Wraps with light wear along edges, light creasing, small tears and rubbed. Vertical creases along middle of covers. Light age-toning along edges of block. Wraps in overall good, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 40763

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Title: Ist die NSDAP eine sozialistische Partei

Publisher: Internationaler Arbeiter-Verlag GmbH, Wien-Berlin-Zürich

Publication Date: 1933

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g to vg

Edition: First edition.

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