Conservative Revolutionary movement  

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The Conservative Revolutionary movement was a German nationalist literary youth movement, prominent in the years following the First World War. None of the leading figures in this movement was a Nazi. The Conservative Revolutionary school of thought advocated a "new" conservatism and nationalism that was specifically German, or Prussian in particular. Like other conservative movements in the same period, they sought to put a stop to the rising tide of communism by advocating their own brand of "conservative socialism".




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