The following material has been abstracted and translated from the 17th edition of Gottfried Feder’s pamphlet, Das Programm der NSDAP und seine weltanschaulichen Grundgedanken (Munich, 1930). The Twenty-five Points, constituting the political platform of the Party, have been given here in complete form, exactly as originally published, except for their translation into English. The remaining live streaming solutions material from the 52-page pamphlet has been considerably condensed, however.
The program of the NSDAP is presented here strictly for historical reasons, and no inferences are to be drawn as to the present policies of the World Union of National Socialists or any of its affiliates. The Party program, as distinct from the philosophical foundations of National Socialism, was intimately bound and constrained by the immediate political, economic, and social circumstances and conditions of Germany some four decades ago. Nevertheless, it is interesting to see just what was the content of the program which led to the Party’s success in Germany, if only to avoid some of the misconceptions which have been deliberately spread by our opponents. Liberal elements have labeled the program “reactionary.” And conservative elements have labeled it “socialist” (i.e. “Marxist”). The two most widely read “authorities” on the subject, namely, W.L. Shirer and Alan Bullock, have vehemently denounce the Twenty-five Points in their books but have been careful to avoid actually setting forth those Points so that their readers could judge for themselves.