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Bamberg Conference (1926)

The Bamberg Conference was a meeting of the leaders of the Nazi Party during the "wilderness years" or "lean years" of the party. As a result of the Bamberg Conference, splits in the party were lessened and key players such as Joseph Goebbels from the north were promoted (he was appointed party leader in Berlin). The main result from the conference was that Hitler’s rhetoric of nationalism was placed at the centre of Nazi ideology at the expense of socialism

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