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NSP pin - obscure Danish Nazi party?

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Hi,


Could anybody help shed some light on this pin? I think it may be from the obscure mini-party NATIONALSOCIALISTISKE PARTI (NSP) from Denmark.

 

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It's a new one on me.  I'll see if I can find anything in my references....

 

Thanks for posting

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Hi,

Sorry for my late reply.

I'm afraid that I cannot find anything in my reference material.  However I've just managed to make contact with an old friend of mine in Sweden who may be able to help.  Do you have a picture of the back of the pin please?

Thanks

Don

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Perhaps the above mentioned stickpin is from the NSPDOe (Nationalsozialistische Partei Deutschoesterreichs).

The NSPDOe was the name of the Austrian branch of the Deutscher national-sozialistischer Verein, the umbrella organ of: DNSAP-Czech., DNSAP-Austria (1918-1920), NSPDOe-Austria (1920-1926), NSDAP-Germany, DNSAP-Poland.

 

The NSPDOe was also know as NSP, as seen on this 1920's New Years card "NSP Neujahr Heil!"  Note the hammer, oak leaves (this time with Shamrocks for New Years good luck) and swastika motif.

 

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From my collection.

NSPDOe membership card and abzeichen.

 

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Early DNSAP banner which pre-dated Hitler's design by several months.

 

Foto of the meeting of the delegates of the Austrian, Czech and German National Socialists, August 1920 in Salzburg.  Hitler attended and can be seen squatting down, third row from bottom, mid-left.

 

Members of the NSPDOe in Wien, 1924.

 

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I think that you may have solved it!  Well done & thank you.

Cheers

Don

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Hello. Sorry, why is it solved? :) I don't see the link between the pin and the information provided here in the thread. 

The name on the pin is quite generic and the abbreviation fits to almost any European language. So this doesn't help to harrow it down.

Unless a direct match is found, the only clue I see is te shape of the swastika. It is in a circle and has distinctive short sides. The one I am thinking was indeed the Swedish one, but it was round swastika. Here we have strait short sides... 

 

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As per SMV post. I don't see a link either.  Good day all.

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Burgerhaus, what a great early tinnie, one I've never seen before, I love it.

Well I did say, "Perhaps..."

In post no. 5(a) I show a card with "N.S.P" on the front.  The card was actually a invite to a New Years celebration and was printed at the NS publishing house where the early "Deutsche Arbeiterpresse" was printed.

Post no. 5(b) shows early literature: "National Sozialistische Bewegung"  "Nationalsozialistische Partei (NSP) des deutschen Volkes."  On the same page under "Parteigruppen, 2. Oesterreichische Gruppe.  Titel: Nationalsozialistische Partei (NSP) Deutschoesterreichs" 

 

In post 6 I show a Mitglieds-Karte from "Nationalsozialistische Partei (NSP) Deutschoesterreichs"

 

I did a search online and could not find any other NS party in Europe, pre-1945 that used the title "National Socialist Party" other than the examples that I showed from Austria.

Yes the pin could be from some small, more obscure NS organization, but until someone can produce anything close; 

Occam's Razor -  "the simplest explanation is usually the correct one" 

 

Cheers,

Marcus

 

 

 

 

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ID: 12   Posted (edited)

Another NSPDOe membership card, also from the year 1923, but for the Villach area of Southern Austria.  Notice that they were still using the Ortsgruppenleitung DNSAP stamp at the bottom.  Unfortunately this one is not mine, so I can't give credit to current owner.  A fine original early National Socialist document.

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ID: 13   Posted

An interesting piece....

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ID: 14   Posted

Interesting posts everyone, thank you. I'll take a photo of the back and post later.

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ID: 15   Posted

Don,

Notice the paper stamps indicating the months that dues were paid; the emblem used is the hammer and oak leaves, but sans swastika and with DAP inside the head of the hammer.  I wonder if this was an illustration of the original Mitglieds Abzeichen for the early Austrian DAP (German Worker's Party)?  It's identical to the NSPDOe and DNSAP but without swastika.  Now that would be a rare pin to find!

 

Dan,

  I would very much like to see the back of your pin, thanks.  

 

Marcus

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ID: 16   Posted

Starting sometime in the early thirties, the Czech branch of the DNSAP changed their membership pin from the hammer, oak leaves and swastika to a resting eagle with the initials "DNSAP" upon a banner, a hammer, a feather and oak leaves, but without a swastika.  These pins were short lived only lasting a few years.

I am currently searching for one of these DNSAP pins btw, and any leads would be most appreciated, thanks.

Marcus

 

 

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ID: 17   Posted

Note the progression of the Czech National Socialist's ID books, from the earliest DNSAP, to BdD, SHF, SDP and NSDAP.

 

From the Jan Archeo Collection

 

 

 

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On 08/06/2017 at 22:30, SMV said:

Don,

Notice the paper stamps indicating the months that dues were paid; the emblem used is the hammer and oak leaves, but sans swastika and with DAP inside the head of the hammer.  I wonder if this was an illustration of the original Mitglieds Abzeichen for the early Austrian DAP (German Worker's Party)?  It's identical to the NSPDOe and DNSAP but without swastika.  Now that would be a rare pin to find!

Marcus

Hi Marcus,

Yes I had noticed the stamps....  Something in the back of my mind makes me think that I saw one of these badges without the Swaz once, but I wasn't interested in it for that very reason.....  But after all these years I could easily be dreaming!

Thanks for posting the photos & booklets....

 

Don

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