German Social Union (West Germany)

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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 the 1950s by Otto Strasser, who advocated a relatively more left-wing position in the far-right Nazi Party. It was intended to more closely combine German nationalism and socialism.

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