All Political Parties are Banned in Nazi Germany Hot

The Nazi government in Germany passes the Law Against the Establishment of Parties, an outright ban on all political parties except for the Nazi Party.

This is almost moot because other major political parties — Catholic Center party, the Communist party, and the Social Democrats — have already been eliminated.

According to this new law:

"Article 1. The National Socialist German Workers Party constitutes the only political party in Germany.

Article 2. Whoever undertakes to maintain the organizational structure of another political party or to form a new political party will be punished with penal servitude up to three years or with imprisonment of from six months to three years, if the deed is not subject to a greater penalty according to other regulations."

Germany is now officially Nazi Germany — it's formally a one-party state.

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