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Keywords: east germany | german democratic republic | national democratic party of germany | nationaldemokratische partei deutschlands | ndpd | leaves: 3 (oak) | letters: 4 (black) |
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3:5 Image by Volker Moerbitz KeithOn this page:
A yellow flag with NDPD symbol in center, this being yellow on dark red on yellow, three oak leaves, underneath the letters NDPD in black. The symbol also existed as a button or badge with yellow leaves and yellow letters on dark red background. Source: German Democratic Republic party website.
Volker Moerbitz Keith, 23 and 26 January 2001
According to Günther 2000 the NDPD never used a proper flag, only a symbol, also on flag-like drapings. The image in Günther 2000 shows the leaves contoured in red, the lettering NDPD contoured in black (thus symbol without surrounding rectangle). The colours refer to the German national colours.
Marcus Schmöger, 26 January 2001
The NDPD was established to attract nationalistic people (old Wehrmacht officers and old Nazis) in the German Democratic Republic.
Marcus Schmöger, 7 October 2001