Nazi symbolism

The 20th-century German Nazi Party made extensive use of graphic symbols, especially the swastika,[1] notably in the form of the swastika flag, which became the co-national flag of Nazi Germany in 1933, and the sole national flag in 1935.[2] A very similar flag had represented the Party beginning in 1920.

The swastika was the first symbol of Nazism and remains strongly associated with it in the Western world.

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