Adolf Hitler Fund of German Trade and Industry
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The Adolf Hitler Fund of German Trade and Industry ("Adolf-Hitler-Spende der deutschen Wirtschaft") was a donation from the German employers' association and the "Reichsverband" of German industry, which was established on June 1, 1933 to support the NSDAP. It was named after the Führer of the NSDAP Adolf Hitler and was meant for the "national reconstruction" ("nationaler Wiederaufbau").
At first it was a voluntary donation, but during the following years it became more and more a forced contribution for some concerns. Till 1945 the NSDAP collected about 700 million Reichsmark.
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