The National Press And Allied Workers' Jazz Band Inc. album
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The National Press Club and Allied Workers Jazz Band. Composer Music Department Soundtrack.
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National Union of Agricultural and Allied Workers. Transport and General Workers' Union (Agricultural Section). In 1910 major strikes and disputes broke out in the Norfolk villages of Trunch, Knapton and St Faith's The organisation changed its name in 1910 to the National Agricultural Labourers and Rural Workers Union. Edwards stood down as Secretary in 1913, but then took up the post of President The union's stronghold was in Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Dorset with over 90% of agricult.
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Nazi Party, byname of National Socialist German Workers’ Party, German he Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP), political party of the mass movement known as National Socialism. Under the leadership of Adolf Hitler, the party came to power in Germany in 1933 and governed by totalitarian methods until 1945. 20th-century international relations: Failure of the German Republic. The National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nazis) exploited the resentment and fear stemming from Versailles and the Depression . Upon Germany’s defeat, Hitler’s suicide, and the Allied occupation of the country in 1945 at the end of World War II, the Nazi Party was banned, and its top leaders were convicted of crimes against peace and against humanity. There have been minor Nazi parties in other countries (such as the United States), but after 1945 Nazism as a mass movement was virtually nonexistent.