Nasisten ('The Nazi') was a Nazi weekly newspaper published in Malmö, Sweden, between September 1933 and April 1934.[1][2][3]

Nasisten
TypeWeekly
EditorJ. Levin
FoundedSeptember 1933
Political alignmentNazism
Ceased publicationApril 1934
HeadquartersMalmö

History and profileEdit

When a first issue of Nasisten was published in September 1933, it was aligned with the National Socialist League.[4] It became an organ for the Swedish National Socialist Unity (formed by National Socialist branches in Skåne in October 1933), then becoming a regional organ of the National Socialist Bloc. It later changed allegiance to the movement of Birger Furugård.[1][2][4]

Nasisten carried the by-line 'Organ for the National Socialists of southern Sweden'.[1] J. Levin was the editor of Nasisten.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Libris. Nasisten
  2. ^ a b Robinson, Jacob, and Philip Friedman. Guide to Research in Jewish History 1933-1945: Its Background and Aftermath. New York: [Yad Washem Remembrance Authority of Disaster and Heroism, 1958. p. 23
  3. ^ Wärenstam, Eric. Fascismen och nazismen i Sverige. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1972. p. 145
  4. ^ a b Carlsson, Holger. Nazismen i Sverige: ett varningsord. Stockholm: Trots allt!, 1942. p. 59
  5. ^ Carlsson, Holger. Nazismen i Sverige: ett varningsord. Stockholm: Trots allt!, 1942. p. 64