National European Social Movement

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The National European Social Movement (NESB, Dutch: Nationaal Europese Sociale Beweging) was a Dutch neo-National Socialist party, founded in 1953, and disbanded by a ruling of the Dutch Supreme Court in 1955.

Since the Second World War, three parties have been disbanded by court order in the Netherlands. The other two parties are the Nederlandse Volks-Unie (NVU, Dutch People's Union) and Centre Party.

The NESB was founded by Paul van Tienen, a former Waffen-SS commandant in the Wiking Division, and Jan Wolthuis, a former NSB member.

References

  • Donselaar, Jaap van (1993). "Post-war fascism in the Netherlands". Crime, Law and Social Change 19 (1): 87–100. doi:10.1007/BF01307758.