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Thus a doctrine arose rich in phrases and interpretations, which was at one and the same time able to assent to Socialist reform and the German Empire under William II. It met the spiritual needs of honest patriots who were anxious to have a revolution and yet not to disown the past. National Socialism as it developed in the years 1926–28 was to make a thorough clearance of this mass of incompatible ideas, but for that very reason was not able to maintain its connexion with the Party. 30 A History of National Socialism Downloaded by [INFLIBNET Centre] at 08:49 29 August 2012 Moreover, Jung for the first time—and this was perhaps the most important fact of all—obtained a clear conception of his enemy.
He joined the staff of the commission that had been established to investigate the events of the Bolshevist revolution in Munich and drew up indictments against persons suspected of complicity in the revolution. In attending a course of lectures on politics delivered to soldiers of the Reichswehr, Hitler took a step of decisive importance for his future career. In June 1919 he was filled with enthusiasm by hearing Gottfried Feder lecture for the first time. The soldiers of the Counter-Revolution were desirous of being more than soldiers.
Anti-Semitism, however, apparently was solely in the hands of the purely democratic associations. So it was to be war. In the first place, a new and more attractive name was opposed to the German Social Party and the German Socialist Party. Through the intermediary of Dr. Alexander Schillings the Party had come in contact with the National Socialists of the former Danubian monarchy. These were engaged at the time in disputing as to whether they should call themselves the National Socialist Workers Party; the word “Worker” was a cause of some offence among the Viennese.