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Rare Swedish NSAP items

Article about: There wear several nazi parties and movements in sweden during 1920-1945. But the larges was NSAP. ca.10.000 members and a lot of suporters during the mid 1930. In NSAP there was a simular G

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    Page nr.2 from the letter to Furugård.
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    svir

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    Default A Swedish NS wedding 1932

    A Swedish NS-wedding pitcure from 1932.

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    svir
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    Default Realy early Swedish Nazi program

    A program from Svenska Nationalsocialistiska Bonde och Arbetarföreningen. 1929,
    "The Swedish Nationalsocialist and farmer & workers society". Printed in 1929.
    Behind this organisation was Birger Furugård. This was a side organisation to S.N.B.A.P " Svenska nationalsocialistiska bonde och arbetarparti." The Swedish nationalsocialist farmer and workers party. The first Swedish nazy party.

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    svir
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    Hello,

    Something that would be nice is to list all the grades in the Swedish naziparty and its SA (preferable NSAP since it was the most organized). NU too maybe?

    Anyone that got any clues?

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    svir
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    My latest catch.

    One very large SNF original poster in colour.

    8 standard size Furugård posters.

    A very special "Comic" by one Waffen-SS veteran /Sveaborgsman.

    About 100 NSAP party leaders mail paper.

    Three Swedish NS-pins from the veteran in Waffen-SS Bengt R**m**k.

    Enjoy!

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    Intresting SSS uniform pitcure. Ca.1938-39.
    You can se the membership badge on the tie and the SA badge, The leader badge and a rare form of armband "tyr rune"
    This form of armband was used only for a short period.

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    svir
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    Different styles of Swedish NSAP pole tops. Rally. ca.1935. Stockholm.

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    svir
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    Default Rare collar tabs from SNU

    “The National Youth League of Sweden (Sveriges nationella ungdomsförbund, SNU) was the first youth organisation of the General Electoral Union of Sweden. It was dislodged from its mother party in 1934 due to its pro-Nazi stance. It was then reconstructed as a separate political party, the National League of Sweden. After the Second World War, the political fortunes of the group dwindled.”
    “SNU was founded on October 16, 1915 at Hotell Kronprinsen in Stockholm. The organisation, though never formally recognized, became the youth referent of the General Electoral Union.

    During the late 1920s SNU became politically radicalized. The radicalization was accentuated by the election of Elmo Lindholm as the SNU chairman. In 1931 the organization had 35 460 members, and was steadily growing. Eventually SNU organised a militant kamporganisation (struggle organisation, modelled after the German SA) which were supposed to combat political enemies in the streets. The kamporganisation had grey shirts, blue ties and blue armbands. The League supported the German Nazis after Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933.”

    Text : from Wikipedia.

    Rare Collar tabs from SNU.

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    svir
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    Different Swedish NS sympathy pins.

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    svir
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