The Aufbau Vereinigung (German meaning "Reconstruction organisation") was a Munich-based post-WWI counter-revolutionary organization. Members included White Russian émigrés and early National Socialists. It aimed to overthrow the new governments of Germany and the Soviet Union, newly installed by revolutions. The organization was originally known as Die Bruecke (The Bridge). Aufbau was also the name of a periodical it brought out. After the failed Munich Putsch, the organization rapidly declined.
Prominent members of the organization included:
- Max Erwin von Scheubner-Richter (a Baltic German from the Russian Empire)
- Alfred Rosenberg (a Baltic German from the Russian Empire)
- Fyodor Vinberg (Russian officer)
- Piotr Shabelsky-Bork (Russian officer)
- General Vasily Biskupsky (Russian officer)
- Erich Ludendorff
- Max Amann
- Boris Brasol (Russian émigré)
Wikipedia cites various allegations regarding the organization, such as having been financed by Henry Ford, financing the NSDAP, involvement in assassinations, and being very influential on Hitler (despite that Hitler is not listed as a member).