German Social Union (West Germany)

For the East German opposition group see German Social Union (East Germany)

German Social Union (German: Deutsch-Soziale Union) was a Neo-Nazi political party founded in Germany in 1956 by Otto Strasser. It was dissolved in 1962.

German Social Union

Deutsch-Soziale Union
PresidentOtto Strasser
Founded17 June 1956
Dissolved25 May 1962
Preceded byBlack Front
(not legal predecessor)
HeadquartersMunich
IdeologyNeo-Nazism
Strasserism
Political positionFar-right
International affiliationNone
Colours     Black

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Far-right politics in Germany

The far-right in Germany quickly re-organised itself after the fall of Nazi Germany and the dissolution of the Nazi Party in 1945. However, the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD), founded in 1964 and the only neo-Nazi political party remaining, won their first state representations in the Saxony state election, 2004, the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern state election, 2006 and the 2014 European Parliament election.

German Social Union

German Social Union may refer to:

German Social Union (East Germany), a conservative opposition group

German Social Union (West Germany), a Strasserite group

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