German Workers’ Party Founded on January 5th, 1919
The German Workers’ Party is a German political party founded in 1919.
The German Workers’ Party was founded on January 5, 1919 by politician Anton Drexler.
In June of that year, Adolf Hitler, who returned from the war, was espionage in this party.
At that time, he was greatly influenced by Drexler’s anti-Semitism and anti-capitalistism.
Drexler was also attracted to Hitler’s speech skills, and Hitler joined the party on September 12.
The companions were fascinated by Hitler’s passion as a politician.
And on February 24, 1920, the name of the party was changed to “National Socialist German Workers’ Party” (Nazis).