Nazism ( German : Nationalsozialismus ) is a political movement founded in Germany after the First World War , where members of the German Socialist Labor Socialist Party under the leadership of Adolf Hitler from the hegemony in 1933 to power in Germany and the establishment of the so-called state of the leader and the Third Kingdom.

These ideas and goals are still present in the doctrines and systems of some right-wing parties and groups. Today Neonazismus is called neo-Nazism (neo-nationalism)

The mere propaganda of these ideas or the organization and use of slogans in Germany, Austria and some other countries is legally prohibited and entails judicial sanctions.