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NSNAP, 1931-1941 (The Netherlands)

Nationaal-Socialistische Nederlandsche Arbeiderspartij

Last modified: 2011-02-05 by editor unassigned
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The NSNAP (Nationaal-Socialistische Nederlandsche Arbeiderspartij, National-Socialist Dutch Workers' Party) was formed independent from the NSB in early 1931. Due to rivalry within the party, several factions broke away and formed a new parties, all called NSNAP!
Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999

NSNAP Van Rappard

[Flag of the NSNAP Van Rappard] by Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999

The flag of the original founder Van Rappard was like the German swastika flag, but the swastika was blue and the field orange. Like other nazi parties, the NSNAP was absorbed into the NSB in December 1941.
Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999


Storm Detachments

[Flag of the NSNAP Van Rappard] by Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999

The SA of NSNAP [Van Rappard] had a flag like the German SA had their Deutschland Erwache: black with in an orange disc a black swastika, above and beneath in yellow letters "Nederland Ontwaak" (Netherlands Awake).
Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999


SA unit of the NSNAP

[Flag of the NSNAP Van Rappard] by Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999

The Storm flag of an SA unit of the NSNAP [Van Rappard].
Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999


NSNAP Major Kruyt

[Flag of the NSNAP Major Kruyt] by Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999

The flag of the NSNAP of Major Kruyt was like the German swastika flag, but the swastika was blue.
Mark Sensen, 25 August 1999


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