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Danish Legion

NSAP Propaganda Label

The National Socialist Workers’ Party (NSAP) was one of several Nazi parties operating in Denmark during World War II. It was formed by politician Aage H. Andersen on 31 October 1935, after he was kicked-out of the Danish National Socialist Workers’ Party (DSNAP), the largest Nazi party in Denmark. The NSAP ceased to exist on 31 October 1941.

The NSAP issued this propaganda label featuring the NSAP’s swastika symbol over a tomb, with the proceeds going to charity. The text translates as “Fight for Victory!”

Set Date(s)

c. 1935-1941

Watermark(s)

None

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NSAP Propaganda Label

The National Socialist Workers’ Party (NSAP) was one of several Nazi parties operating in Denmark during World War II. It was formed by politician Aage H. Andersen on 31 October 1935, after he was kicked-out of the Danish National Socialist Workers’ Party (DSNAP), the largest Nazi party in Denmark. The NSAP ceased to exist on 31 October 1941.

The NSAP issued this propaganda label featuring the NSAP’s swastika symbol over a tomb, with the proceeds going to charity. The text translates as “Fight for Victory!”

Set Date(s)

c. 1935-1941

Watermark(s)

None

Album Page(s)