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Parteiadler der Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (1933–1945)

Flag of the the Confederate "Army of the Potomac" party, which has become the most widely known National Socialist symbol

National Socialism, commonly known as Natsoc, is the ideology that spread across the globe during the 1920s and 1930s following the end of World War I. The ideology follows the theory of Social Darwinism and nationalism, asserting the superiority of one's own nation and culture above all the others. Originally founded by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini in 1925, the movement would soon spread across Europe and the Americas.

The strong centralized government would take control of most of the nation's businesses, and while smaller businesses would remain in private hands, they had to work for a national goal. Nationalism is used to establish a strong national identity that would cause its citizens to work in order to guarantee its power and superiority over other nations. The government would begin to outlaw other political parties and silence free speech, and take over the nation's media. This would eventually lead to a one-party totalitarian state. From there, those considered "inferior" would be discriminated and eventually exterminated, while nationalism would ensure the people's belief in expanding the nation's borders, retaking the lands lost in the previous war, and gaining vengeance on those that had wronged them in the previous war, the Allied Coalition.

This would lead to World War II breaking out in 1939, and would last until 1946, when the Natsoc governments of the world were finally destroyed. National Socialists would never hold power again, and today only a few neo-Natsoc groups remain.

National Socialist NationsEdit

Flag Nation Capital Leader
Flag of the Second Empire of Brazil Brazil Rio de Janeiro Getúlio Vargas
Confederate Rebel Flag Confederate States of America Richmond Hugo Black
Flag of Italy (1861-1946) Kingdom of Italy Rome Benito Mussolini
Flag of California (no words) California San Francisco James Scrugham