German National Party

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The German Nationalist Party (German: Deutsche Nationalpartei, DNP, Czech: Německá národní strana) was a First Republic political party in Czechoslovakia, representing German population of Sudetenland. Its chairman and political face was Rudolf Lodgman von Auen.

In elections, the DNP worked together with the German National Socialist Workers' Party (DNSAP). Both parties were outlawed in 1933. A faction of the DNP then entered the Sudetendeutsche Heimatfront of Konrad Henlein.

The main party newspaper was the Nordböhmisches Tagblatt (North Bohemian Daily) published in Děčín.[1]

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Šebek 2000, 272.

References[edit]

  • Šebek, Jaroslav (2000). "Německé politické strany v ČSR 1918-1938". In Pavel Marek; et al. Přehled politického stranictví na území českých zemí a Československa v letech 1861-1998. Olomouc: Katedra politologie a evropských studií FFUP. pp. 266–278. ISBN 80-86200-25-6.