National Socialist Bloc

National Socialist Bloc (in Swedish: Nationalsocialistiska Blocket) was a Swedish national socialist political party formed in the end of 1933 by the merger of Nationalsocialistiska Samlingspartiet, Nationalsocialistiska Förbundet and local National Socialist units connected to the advocate Sven Hallström in Umeå. Later Svensk Nationalsocialistisk Samling merged into NSB.

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Organizations
  • Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen (NSRL)
  • National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP)
  • Geheime Staatspolizei (Gestapo)
  • Sturmabteilung (SA)
  • Schutzstaffel (SS)
  • Hitler Youth (HJ)
  • League of German Girls (BDM)
  • National Socialist Women's League (NSF)
History
  • Early timeline
  • Hitler's rise to power
  • Machtergreifung
  • German re-armament
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  • Religion in Nazi Germany
  • Night of the Long Knives
  • Nuremberg Rally
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Ideology (non-racial)
  • Fascism
  • Gleichschaltung
  • Hitler's political views
  • Mein Kampf
  • Militarism
  • National Socialist Program
  • New Order
  • Propaganda
  • Proletarian nation
  • Religious aspects
  • Syncretic Politics
  • Women in the Third Reich
Racial ideology
  • Aryan race
  • Blood and soil
  • Eugenics
  • Greater Germanic Reich
  • Heim ins Reich
  • Lebensraum
  • Master race
  • Racial policy of Nazi Germany
  • Völkisch equality
Final Solution
  • Concentration camps
  • Deportations
  • Doctors' Trial
  • Extermination camps
  • Genocide
  • Ghettos
  • Labour camps
  • Human experimentation
  • Pogroms
  • Racial segregation
People
  • Adolf Hitler
  • Heinrich Himmler
  • Hermann Göring
  • Joseph Goebbels
Beyond Germany
  • American Nazi Party
  • Arrow Cross Party (Hungary)
  • German American Bund
  • Greyshirts (South Africa)
  • Hungarian National Socialist Party
  • Nasjonal Samling (Norway)
  • Nationaal-Socialistische
    Beweging (Netherlands)
  • National Movement of Switzerland (NBS)
  • National Socialist Bloc (Sweden)
  • National Socialist League (UK)
  • Movimiento Nacional Socialista de Chile
  • National Socialist Movement (United States)
  • National Socialist Workers' Party of Denmark
  • National Unity Party (Canada)
  • Nationalist Liberation Alliance (Argentina)
  • Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (India)
  • Ossewabrandwag (South Africa)
  • Ustaša – Croatian Revolutionary Movement
    (Independent State of Croatia)
Literature
  • National Socialist Program
  • Mein Kampf
  • The Legal Basis of the Total State
  • The Myth of the Twentieth Century
Lists
  • Books by or about Adolf Hitler
  • Nazi ideologues
  • Nazi Party leaders and officials
  • Nazi Party members
  • Former Nazi Party members
  • Speeches given by Adolf Hitler
  • SS personnel
Related topics
  • Antisemitism
  • Fascism
  • Glossary of Nazi Germany
  • The Holocaust
  • Neo-Nazism
  • Strasserism
  • Völkisch movement
  • Denazification
  • Category

The leader of the party was the Colonel Martin Ekström. The party maintained several publications, Landet Fritt (Göteborg), Vår Kamp (Göteborg), Vår Front (Umeå), Nasisten (Malmö) and Riksposten.

NSB differentiated itself from other Swedish National Socialist groups due to its liaisons with the Swedish upper class. NSB was clearly smaller than the two main National Socialist parties in Sweden at the time, SNSP and NSAP. Gradually the party vanished.

Fascism
Theory
Core tenets
  • Nationalism
  • Imperialism
  • Authoritarianism
  • Single-party state
  • Dictatorship
  • Social Darwinism
  • Social interventionism
  • Proletarian nation
  • Propaganda
  • Eugenics
  • Heroism
  • Militarism
  • Economic interventionism
  • Anti-communism
Topics
  • Definitions
  • Economics
  • Fascism and ideology
  • Fascism worldwide
  • Symbolism
Ideas
  • Actual Idealism
  • Class collaboration
  • Corporatism
  • Heroic capitalism
  • National Socialism
  • National syndicalism
  • State capitalism
  • State socialism
  • Supercapitalism
  • Third Position
  • Totalitarianism
Movements
Africa
  • Greyshirts
  • Ossewabrandwag
Asia
  • Brit HaBirionim
  • Ganap Party
  • Sakurakai
  • Tōhōkai
Western Europe
  • Black Front (Netherlands)
  • Breton Social-National Workers' Movement
  • British Fascists
  • British People's Party (1939)
  • British Union of Fascists
  • La Cagoule
  • Clerical People's Party
  • Faisceau
  • Falange
  • Flemish National Union
  • French Popular Party
  • General Dutch Fascist League
  • Imperial Fascist League
  • National Fascisti
  • National Front (Switzerland)
  • Nationalist Party (Iceland)
  • National Socialist Dutch Workers Party
  • National Socialist League
  • National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands
  • National Socialist Movement of Norway
  • National Union (Portugal)
  • New Party (UK)
  • Rexism
Central Europe
  • Arrow Cross Party
  • Austrian National Socialism
  • Fatherland's Front
  • Hungarian National Socialist Party
  • Italian Fascism
  • Italian Social Republic
  • Nasjonal Samling
  • National Fascist Community
  • National Fascist Party
  • National Radical Camp Falanga
  • National Socialist Bloc
  • National Socialist Workers' Party (Sweden)
  • Nazism
  • Nazi Party
  • Pērkonkrusts
  • Republican Fascist Party
  • Sammarinese Fascist Party
  • Sudeten German Party
  • Ustaše
  • ZBOR
Eastern Europe
  • Albanian Fascist Party
  • Crusade of Romanianism
  • Greek National Socialist Party
  • Iron Guard
  • Lapua Movement
  • Metaxism
  • National Fascist Movement
  • National Italo-Romanian Cultural and Economic Movement
  • National Social Movement (Bulgaria)
  • National Romanian Fascia
  • National Renaissance Front
  • Patriotic People's Movement (Finland)
  • Romanian Front
  • Russian Fascist Party
  • Russian Women's Fascist Movement
  • Slovak People's Party
  • Union of Bulgarian National Legions
North America
  • Fascism in Canada
  • Canadian Union of Fascists
  • Parti national social chrétien
  • Red Shirts (Mexico)
  • Gold shirts
  • German American Bund
  • Silver Legion of America
South America
  • Falangism in Latin America
  • Brazilian Integralism
  • Bolivian Socialist Falange
  • National Socialist Movement of Chile
  • Revolutionary Union
People
  • Abba Ahimeir
  • Nimio de Anquín
  • Sadao Araki
  • Marc Augier
  • Maurice Bardèche
  • Jacques Benoist-Méchin
  • Henri Béraud
  • Zoltán Böszörmény
  • Giuseppe Bottai
  • Robert Brasillach
  • Alphonse de Châteaubriant
  • Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
  • Gustavs Celmiņš
  • Enrico Corradini
  • Carlo Costamagna
  • Richard Walther Darré
  • Marcel Déat
  • Léon Degrelle
  • Pierre Drieu La Rochelle
  • Gottfried Feder
  • Giovanni Gentile
  • Joseph Goebbels
  • Heinrich Himmler
  • Fumimaro Konoe
  • Adolf Hitler
  • Ikki Kita
  • Vihtori Kosola
  • Agostino Lanzillo
  • Dimitrije Ljotić
  • Leopoldo Lugones
  • Curzio Malaparte
  • Ioannis Metaxas
  • Robert Michels
  • Oswald Mosley
  • Benito Mussolini
  • Eoin O'Duffy
  • Gearóid Ó Cuinneagáin
  • Sergio Panunzio
  • Giovanni Papini
  • Ante Pavelić
  • William Dudley Pelley
  • Robert Poulet
  • Vidkun Quisling
  • José Antonio Primo de Rivera
  • Lucien Rebatet
  • Dionisio Ridruejo
  • Alfredo Rocco
  • Konstantin Rodzaevsky
  • Alfred Rosenberg
  • Plínio Salgado
  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas
  • Margherita Sarfatti
  • Carl Schmitt
  • Ardengo Soffici
  • Oswald Spengler
  • Ugo Spirito
  • Ferenc Szálasi
  • Gonzalo Torrente Ballester
  • Georges Valois
  • Anastasy Vonsyatsky
Works
Literature
  • The Doctrine of Fascism
  • Fascist manifesto
  • Manifesto of the Fascist Intellectuals
  • Mein Kampf
  • My Life
  • The Myth of the Twentieth Century
  • Zweites Buch
  • Zaveshchanie russkogo fashista
Periodicals
  • La Conquista del Estado
  • Das Reich
  • Der Angriff
  • Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung
  • Deutsche Zeitung in Norwegen
  • Deutsche Zeitung in den Niederlanden
  • Figli d'Italia
  • Fronten
  • Gândirea
  • Gioventù Fascista
  • Je suis partout
  • La France au travail
  • Münchener Beobachter
  • Novopress
  • NS Månedshefte
  • Norsk-Tysk Tidsskrift
  • Das Schwarze Korps
  • Der Stürmer
  • Il Popolo d'Italia
  • Sfarmă-Piatră
  • Signal
  • Vlajka* Völkischer Beobachter
  • Nash Put'
Film
  • Der Sieg des Glaubens
  • Tag der Freiheit: Unsere Wehrmacht
  • Triumph of the Will
Sculpture
  • Allach
Related topics
  • Art of the Third Reich
  • Fascist architecture
  • Heroic realism
  • Nazi architecture
  • Nazism and cinema
  • Nazi plunder
Organizations
Institutional
  • Ahnenerbe
  • Chamber of Fasci and Corporations
  • Grand Council of Fascism
  • Imperial Way Faction
  • Italian Nationalist Association
  • Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen
  • Quadrumvirs
Activist
  • Fascist Union of Youth
  • German American Bund
  • Russian Fascist Organization
  • Union of Fascist Little Ones
  • Union of Young Fascists – Vanguard (boys)
  • Union of Young Fascists – Vanguard (girls)
Paramilitary
  • Albanian Militia
  • Black Brigades
  • Blackshirts
  • Blueshirts
  • Einsatzgruppen
  • Gold shirts
  • Greenshirts
  • Greyshirts
  • Hitler Youth
  • Heimwehr
  • Iron Wolf (organization)
  • Lăncieri
  • Makapili
  • Silver Legion of America
  • Schutzstaffel
  • Sturmabteilung
  • Waffen-SS
  • Werwolf
International
  • Axis powers
  • NSDAP/AO
  • ODESSA
History
1910s
  • Arditi
  • Fascio
1920s
  • Aventine Secession
  • Acerbo Law
  • March on Rome
  • Beer Hall Putsch
  • Italian economic battles
1930s
  • March of the Iron Will
  • German federal election, November 1932
  • German federal election, March 1933
  • Enabling Act
  • 6 February 1934 crisis
  • 1934 Montreux Fascist conference
  • Spanish Civil War
  • Anti-Comintern Pact
1940s
  • World War II
  • The Holocaust
  • Denazification
  • Nuremberg Trials
Lists
  • Anti-fascists
  • Books about Hitler
  • British fascist parties
  • Fascist movements by country (A-F
  • G-M
  • N-T
  • U-Z)
  • Nazi ideologues
  • Nazi leaders
  • Speeches by Hitler
  • SS personnel
Related topics
  • Anti-fascism
  • Anti-Nazi League
  • Christofascism
  • Clerical fascism
  • Cryptofascism
  • Ecofascism
  • Esoteric Nazism
  • Fascist (epithet)
  • Fascist mysticism
  • Germanisation
  • Glossary of Nazi Germany
  • Hitler salute
  • Italianization
  • Italianization of South Tyrol
  • Islamofascism
  • Japanization
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Left-wing fascism
  • Neo-fascism
  • Neo-Nazism
  • Roman salute
  • Social fascism
  • Synarchism
  • Unite Against Fascism
  • Völkisch movement
  • Women in Nazi Germany
  • Category
  • Portal
Nationalism and fascism in Sweden
Groups
Pre-1945
  • National League of Sweden
  • National Socialist Bloc
  • National Socialist People's Party of Sweden
  • National Socialist Workers' Party
  • New Swedish Movement
  • Swedish National Socialist Farmers' and Workers' Party
Defunct
(post-1945)
  • Bevara Sverige Svenskt
  • Info-14
  • National Alliance
  • Nordic Reich Party
  • National Socialist Front
  • National Youth
  • Sweden Party
  • White Aryan Resistance
Active
  • Legion Wasa
  • National Democrats
  • Party of the Swedes
  • Swedish Resistance Movement
  • Sweden Democrats
  • European Workers Party
People
Pre-1945
  • Carl-Ehrenfried Carlberg
  • Per Engdahl
  • Martin Eugen Ekström
  • Elof Eriksson
  • Nils Flyg
  • Birger Furugård
  • Sven Olov Lindholm
  • Adrian Molin
Post-1945
  • Jackie Arklöv
  • Hampus Hellekant
  • Klas Lund
  • Jimmie Åkesson
  • See also European Social Movement
  • John Hron
  • Nazism in Sweden


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