Nemzeti Szociálista. Nemzeti Szociálista Magyar Munkáspárt orsz. politikai hetilapja. Szerkeszti: Böszörményi Zoltán országos vezérelnök. [National Socialist. The Country-Wide Political Weekly Magazin Of the National Socialist Hungarian Workers’ Party.]. Zoltán Böszörményi.
Advertisement poster of a Hungarian Nazi magazine

Nemzeti Szociálista. Nemzeti Szociálista Magyar Munkáspárt orsz. politikai hetilapja. Szerkeszti: Böszörményi Zoltán országos vezérelnök. [National Socialist. The Country-Wide Political Weekly Magazin Of the National Socialist Hungarian Workers’ Party.]

[Budapest]: Árpád Oláh (Némethy és Tsai könyvnyomda), [1932]. Original, vintage poster. Printed in red and black. Illustrated with the emblem of the Party. Date from postmark. 317 × 472 mm. Folded. With small tears at foldings. Addressed in pen, stamped and postmarked on verso. Paper yellowed due to aging. Overall in fine condition.

An original advertisement poster of the weekly magazine of an early Hungarian Nazi Party, illustrated with the Party’s emblem, similar to the German Nazi Party’s badge, a swastika combined with sword and eagle.

The Nemzeti Szociálista Magyar Munkáspárt (National Socialist Hungarian Workers’ Party) was one of the earliest Hungarian Nazi parties founded in 1930–1931 and led by Zoltán Böszörményi. Named after the National Socialist German Workers' Party and its first emblem was also designed after the Nazi’s badge. It was used only for a short period, because the sign was banned in Hungary in 1933 September, thus it was changed to two scythes crossed and arranged to resemble the swastika, hence the informal name of the party also changed to Scythe-Cross Party.

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Price: €1,200.00

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