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1930 Austrian Nazi Party Pamphlet

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    I rediscovered a few Paper Items from the "Kampfzeit" in Austria...This would be Pre-Ban, as the Nazi Party was banned in Austria in 1934...I have other "Illegal Underground-produced" NSBO Material in my collection as well...
    This is a 1930 Pamphlet announcing a "Mass Rally" at a Pub/Drinking Establishment in Vienna..."A National Socialist Vienna is the Goal of Our Struggle"...The Guest Speaker is listed as being "Dr.Riehl".... I also understand that the Nazis & the Communists were among the first to use Red for its visually-striking effect...Reverse shows the Munich Archival Stamp...
    cheers, Glenn
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    bigmacglenn: That is an interesting document. The speaker was Dr. Walter Riehl, an Austrian attorney who was antisemitic, and a Pan-German. He joined the Austrian Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (DAP) in 1908 and steadily rose in importance within the Party. In May 1918, the DAP changed its name to the Deutsche Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterpartei (DNSAP). Riehl was among the first to recognize Hitler as the Reichsdeutschen Führer, The British historian, Francis L. Carsten, says that Riehl suggested to Hitler that he add Nationalsozistische to his own Deutsche Arbeiterpartei movement making it the Nationalsozistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP) Walter Riehl was an odd duck who swung in and out of favor with the Austrian Nazis and their German allies. As an attorney he defended several right-wingers, among them, Otto Rothstock who murdered the Jewish writer, Hugo Bettaur in 1925. Riehl’s resistance to union with the German Nazis got him expelled from the DNSAP, but he remained active in right-wing activities. Riehl returned to the Nazi fold in 1930. As an attorney, Riehl was more committed to constitutional methods than were his DNSAP colleagues. When he applied for membership in the NSDAP he was rejected, and shortly after the Anschluss in 1938, the Gestapo arrested him. Following his release, he managed to join the NSDAP, but was never more than a card-carrying member and he faded from the scene. He died in Vienna on 6 September 1955 at the age of 74. The source for this is Francis L. Carsten, The Rise of Fascism, London: Methuen & Co, 1974. Dwight

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    Thank You so much for the shared Information! I had no idea whatsoever of the fascinating background history regarding this individual and the circumstances...
    Very Grateful - Learned something today!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Nice piece Glenn and a great history lesson Dwight!
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

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    I neglected to point out that the bottom of the pamphlet states "Juden Eintritt Verboten"...

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