The purpose of this dissertation is to illuminate why there was internal strife in the Danish national socialist circles in the years before and during the German occupation. This dissertation examines Ejnar Vaaben, who founded The Danish National Socialist Party (DNP), and Aage H. Andersen, who founded The National Socialist Workers’ Party (NSAP). The objective is to establish the ideological views of these men and to discuss how this relates to the views of The National Socialist Workers’ Party of Denmark (DNSAP). The basis of this study is a selection of issued publications by Vaaben and Andersen from 1930-39 as well as literature from various historians who have examined this field, primarily John T. Lauridsen and Søren Eigaard. It is demonstrated that Vaaben and Andersen founded their own national socialist parties because of ideological differences with DNSAP, although their party programs does not differentiate much overall. The most significant difference between Vaaben, Andersen and DNSAP is the intense antisemitism, which the two men represented.
|Uddannelser||Historie, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||28 apr. 2016|
|Vejledere||Claus Bundgård Christensen|
- Aage H. Andersen
- Ejnar Vaaben
- Frits Clausen