Writing under the pseudonym Daniel Frymann, Heinrich Class writes the book "Wenn ich der Kaiser wär!" (If I were Kaiser/Emperor!). A member of the Pan-German league since 1897, he was elected president in 1908 at which point he began pushing the organization towards ever more radical positions.
The language Heinrich Class uses in 1912 sounds remarkably like what we will hear from the Nazis in 20 years:
All Reichstag and state parliament deputies, all party officials, all editors and publishers of socialist newspapers, all leaders of socialist trade unions -in short, all who stand in the service of socialist propaganda -shall be expelled from the German Empire. Of course, the same applies as well to all anarchists...
At the same time, society must do all it can to win the masses back to the fatherland. Public interest corporations will publish the most inexpensive daily papers in order to provide the people with de-toxified reading material. In this way the gap left by the suppression of the socialist press will be filled.
Large-scale national meetings must be inaugurated through which the best people from all walks of life and the professions will work together for reconciliation. Holidays to celebrate the fatherland are to be instituted for the people.