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National-Socialist Japanese Workers Party (Japan)

Nationalsozialistische Japanische Arbeiterpartei (NSJAP), Kokka Shakaishugi Nippon Rodosha, New Axis

Last modified: 2012-04-03 by eugene ipavec
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[National-Socialist Japanese Workers Party (Japan)]
image by Eugene Ipavec, 10 Mar 2012



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Introduction

The party flag is based on the flag of the Tohokai and the swastika. The latter is very popular in Japan because it has been used as the symbol of Japanese temples for hundreds of years.

Isao Endo (General Secretary of NSJAP), 29 Nov 1999

This is the flag of the New Axis.

"Jordi," 08 Sep 2001

The NSJAP was founded in 1982. Its website seems to equate the NSJAP and the New Axis; maybe they merged? If so, the below would presumably be the pre-merger NSJAP flag.

Eugene Ipavec, 10 Mar 2012

Variant

[National-Socialist Japanese Workers Party (Japan)]
image by Eugene Ipavec, 16 Mar 2012

The New Axis/NSJAP flag shown on their site is slightly different from the logos of the entity on the same site: the swastika's ends are angled. I wonder which version is correct.

Eugene Ipavec, 16 Mar 2012


Former Flag

[National-Socialist Japanese Workers Party (Japan)]
image by Marcus Wendel and Eugene Ipavec, 07 Aug 1999 and 10 Mar 2012

The flag is based on the Hakenkreuzfahne.

Marcus Wendel, 21 Aug 1999