Nazi Party Program Analysis (1)

We demand the unification of all Germans in the Greater Germany on the basis of the people’s right to self-determination.

The “Ein Volk – Ein Reich” principle. Essentially it demands that in every foreign territory where the Germans are in the majority, they must have the right to hold a referendum on whether to remain in the state in question or join the German Reich (taking with them the territory in question, of course).

This principle (supported by an overwhelming majority of Germans in Germany and abroad) made perfect sense and the only reason why the whole problem of “Germans abroad” existed in the first place was the criminal and outright idiotic armed robbery at Versailles (sorry, the Treaty of Versailles) that was imposed on Germany and Germans at gunpoint.

When Nazis game to power, they faithfully implemented this perfectly natural and sensible principles in a series of political and military decisions and actions. These decisions and actions ultimately led to the Anschluss of Austria, the Munich Agreement (which allowed Germany to annex Czech territories mainly inhabited by Germans), invasion of Poland and thus to the Second World War (caused to a significant extent by and armed robbery at Versailles)

We demand equality of rights for the German people in respect to the other nations; abrogation of the peace treaties of Versailles and St. Germain.

Given the fact that the infamous Treaty of Versailles was imposed on Germany and the Germany people essentially at gunpoint (i.e. under threat of murderous blockade and the military occupation), this demand was perfectly noble and made complete sense.


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