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Hitler's Nazi Cabinet Passes Law to Unify Nazi Party and German Government

Adolf Hitler, 1933

In Germany, Adolf Hitler's Nazi Cabinet passes the "Law to Safeguard the Unity of Party and State." This provides for the unification of the Nazi Party and the German government.

This new law says:

"After the victory of the National Socialist revolution, the National Socialist German Workers’ Party is the bearer of the concept of the German State and is inseparable from the State.

It is a corporation under public law. Its organization will be determined by the Führer....

The members of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party and the SA (including its subordinate organizations), as the leading and driving force of the National Socialist State, will bear greater responsibility toward Führer, people, and state."
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