Eduard Stadtler

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Eduard Stadtler (February 17, 1886 in Hagenau - October 5, 1945 in NKVD special camp Nr. 7) was a German journalist and politician who formed the Anti-Bolshevist League in 1918.[1] Stadler had begun advocating the creation of a "national socialist" dictatorship in 1918.[2]

Anton Drexler, the founder of the Nazi Party, attended Stadtler's lectures in Berlin.[3]

Stadtler had been a member of the German National People's Party (DNVP) until 1933 when he defected to the Nazi Party weeks prior to the DNVP being dissolved.[4]

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  1. ^ Joachim C. Fest. Hitler. English Translation edition. Orlando, Florida, US: Harcourt, Inc. 1974. Pp. 123.
  2. ^ Gerald D. Feldman. Army, industry, and labor in Germany, 1914-1918. Providence, Rhode Island, US; Oxon, England, UK: Berg Publishers, Inc., 1992. Pp. 529.
  3. ^ Joachim C. Fest. Hitler. English Translation edition. Orlando, Florida, US: Harcourt, Inc. 1974. Pp. 123.
  4. ^ Hermann Beck. The Fateful Alliance: German Conservatives and Nazis in 1933: the Machtergreifung in a New Light. First Paperback Edition. Berghahn Books, 2010. Pp. 246.

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