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The German National People's Party (german: Deutschnationale Volkspartei, DNVP) was a national-conservative National conservatism is a variant of conservatism Conservatism is a political and social philosophy promoting traditional social institutions. The central tenets of conservatism may vary in relation to the traditional values or practices ... party in Germany ) , image_map = , map_caption = , map_width = 250px , capital = Berlin , coordinates = , largest_city = capital , languages_type = Official language , languages = German language, German , demonym = Germans, German , government_ ... during the Weimar Republic The Weimar Republic (german: Weimarer Republik ) was the German state from 1918 to 1933 when it functioned as a federal constitutional republic. The state was officially named the German Reich (german: Deutsches Reich, link=no, label=none), a .... Before the rise of the Nazi Party The Nazi Party, officially the National S ...
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The German National People's Party (german: Deutschnationale Volkspartei, DNVP) was a National conservatism, national-conservative party in Germany during the Weimar Republic. Before the rise of the Nazi Party, it was the major Conservatism, conservative and Nationalism, nationalist party in Weimar Germany. It was an alliance of German nationalism, nationalists, reactionary Monarchism, monarchists, Völkisch movement, völkisch and Antisemitism, antisemitic elements supported by the Pan-German League.Nicholls, David (2000) ''Adolf Hitler: a biographical companion'' Oxford: ABC-CLIO. p.178. Quote: "The main nationalist party the German National People's Party DNVP was divided between reactionary conservative monarchists, who wished to turn the clock back to the pre-1918 Kaisereich, and more radical volkisch and anti-semitic elements. It also inherited the support of old Pan-German League, whose nationalism rested on belief in the inherent superiority of the German people" It was for ...
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