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Nazi Party Executive Committee Agrees to Hitler's Terms for his Return

Adolf Hitler at a Nazi Rally in Nuremberg, 1923

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The executive committee of the Nazi Party agrees to take Adolf Hitler back into the NSDAP and on his terms — specifically, that he replace Anton Drexler as chairman.

Hitler had resigned earlier in the month as a tactic to gain this level of control. He never really wanted to leave the Nazi Party, but he knew that the NSDAP would not be able to survive without him.

The executive committee has come to the same conclusion. Many feel that Adolf Hitler is overbearing, and they have considered merging the NSDAP with the German Socialist Party (DSP). Instead, they vote to remove Anton Drexler from his position and bring Hitler back in.

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