Fatherland party

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The Fatherland party was a political party formed during 1917 in Germany. It called for continuing the WW I until Germany had won a complete victory, crushing political moderates at home and establishing itself as the dominant power in Europe and "up to the Gates of India."[1]


  1. Benjamin Carter Hett (2019). "1. August and November", The Death of Democracy. Cornerstone, 20. 

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