Emperor loyalty youth
the emperor loyalty youth registered association. a monarchistic organization was in the Weimar Republic, which had the legal form of a registered association. It was particularly in the realm capital Berlin active and had there frequent meeting. Became in addition also attendance patronages after Doorn the former, until November 1918 as an emperor officiating William II. in its Netherlands exile undertaken. The new members were presented there to the boss of the house Hohenzollern, which of the trailers of the association further as a legitimate German emperor was regarded.
The emperor loyalty youth was created 1922. 1934 were dissolved it by the NSDAP. After the end 2. World war and the LV dictatorship appeared some survivors members in the organization tradition and life . Today the emperor-faithful youth has a Website, which is kept current. Therefore is from a resumption from activities to proceed (conditions January 2006).
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political point of view
the emperor-faithful youth wants to reach a hereditary monarchy on democratic after representation of its Website - right-national basis. It demands a modern and progressive king and Preussentum and rejects the republic as system of government vehement.
For the reason serves on the one hand the alleged political uncertainty, which cause themselves in republics by continuous elections and constantly changing political programs, which do not offer long-term perspectives. As example in addition on the Website the national indebtedness one calls. On the other hand one states there that an authorization of only one party would be quite possible in the case of crisis, if it is people will, since there are no non-partisan institutions in the republic.
The song has four Strophen and for the melody of the Germany song is sung. The first Strophe brings up for discussion the liberty, second the right; third compares the present with the Kaiser era. The fourth and last Strophe requests to in-be entitled courageously for the emperor who would pass hate of the opponents.
- Heinrich baron von Massenbach: The high tariff harvesting regret movement in that Weimar time, part of III, in: Tradition and life, Nr.158, S.14, Cologne 1962