In Czech Elections Nazi Sympathizers Get Most of German Votes Hot

In Czech Elections Nazi Sympathizers Get Most of German Votes

SA & SS Nazi Rally, 1938

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In Czechoslovakia's national elections, the Sudetendeutsche Party gets 250,000 votes or about two-thirds of all German votes.

This gives the Sudetendeutsche Party 45 seats in the 300-seat national parliament. The Nazi Party is illegal in Czechoslovakia, but the Sudetendeutsche Party, led by Konrad Henlein, has adopted Hitler's racial ideology as its basic platform.

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