HistoryWhat was the other name of the National Socialist German Workers Party?

What was the other name of the National Socialist German Workers Party?


  1. A
    Congress
  2. B
    Reichstag
  3. C
    Nazi
  4. D
    None of the above  

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    Solution:

    Nazi was the other name of the National Socialist German Workers Party.
    The German parliament, the Reichstag, ad the Nazi Party received no more than 2.6% of the vote in 1928. However, 37% of the vote had become the dominant party by 1932. The National Socialist German Workers' Party (officially the Nazi Party; German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or NSDAP) was a far-right political party in Germany between 1920 and 1945 that helped to develop and sustain the Nazi ideology. From 1933 through 1945, under the direction of Adolf Hitler, the National Socialist German Workers' Party, sometimes known as the Nazi Party, expanded into a large-scale movement that dominated Germany in a totalitarian manner (1889-1945).
     
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