Ernst Niekisch

in Trebnitz, Germany
December 13, 1901

May 27, 1967



One of Germany`s main national bolshevists during the interbellum. He promoted the idea of cooperation between socialists and nationalists.

During the 1920s he stressed the importance of nationalism and attempted to turn the SPD in that direction. He was vehemently opposed to the Dawes Plan, the Locarno Treaties and the general pacifism of the SPD, so much so that he was expelled from the party in 1926.

Ernst Niekisch always was opposed to Hitler, cause he thought Hitler lacked any real socialism.

Later he lectured in the German Democratic Republic, he got rid of his nationalism stands. After the workers uprising in the GDR he moved to the BRD

In 2008 and autobiography about Niekisch was released by the German leftwing-nationalist publisher B

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