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Jim Harting
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Default One Hundred Years of National Socialism, 1919 - 2019

One Hundred Years of National Socialism, 1919-2019

THE YEAR 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the National Socialist movement. On September 12, 1919, Adolf Hitler attended a meeting of the German Worker’s Party in Munich, and four days later, on September 16, he officially joined the group. No one at the time could have realized the fateful implications of this seemingly insignificant occasion, but history recognizes it as the beginning of Hitler’s political career, an event that would change the world forever.

To recount the century-old history of National Socialism in comprehensive detail would require more than just a single article, or indeed, more than just a single book. Many volumes would be needed for the task. However, we may review some of the important highlights of our legacy, as to a degree our past is a prelude to our future.


In the beginning was the National Socialist Idea, which sprang from the mind of Adolf Hitler.

Implicit in the Idea is the notion of the National Socialist Struggle, for it was never Hitler’s intention that his worldview should exist only as an abstract construction for intellectuals to admire in detachment, but rather that it should be put into effect through action.

The Struggle takes place through the agency of the Movement, which historically assumed concrete form as the Party.

Likewise, the Idea is articulated in definitive form as the Word, especially as set down authoritatively in Mein Kampf.

The National Socialist Idea does not define itself narrowly as an ideology or a philosophy. Rather it is a Worldview (Weltanschauung), which is a fundamental attitude to human existence that is more encompassing than ideologies and philosophies.


It should come as no surprise that the Movement has evolved over the course of the last century. While its fundamental principles have remained constant, its specific policies and programs have been adapted to meets the requirements of a changing world, for the world is much different in 2019 than it was in 1919. This evolution is proof that National Socialism is a dynamic, living entity, and not merely the fossilized remains of a long-dead political movement left over from previous generations.

This evolution can be noted in the development of National Socialist thought, both in the realm of racial policy and elsewhere, as well as in the formal organization structure of the Movement.


Period of Incubation, 1919-1923 – The German Workers’ Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) was formally founded on January 5, 1919, but it was not until Adolf Hitler joined it on September 16


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