Germany’s defeat brought an injured sense of national pride. Citizens felt they had been betrayed by the left-wing politicians.
Originally called "The German Workers Party" Gains 3,000 members by the end of 1920. Espoused a right-wing ideology.
Weimar Republic is unable to cope with the national despair, resulting in more support for the Nazi Party.
He begins to implement Nazi practices
Nazi Party outlawed, attempt to purge its influence.
Germans came to think of the end of the war as their “liberation,” rather than their defeat. Right-wing idealists had all but disappeared in Germany.
This party was uncovered in Germany after they committed various xenophobic murders.
Increase in refugee admissions resulted in national backlash.
Almost 1,500 acts of far-right violence this year.
Alternative for Germany, a far-right party is set to enter Germany's parliament.