|Founded||Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany|
September 28, 2013
|Headquarters||Bad Dürkheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany|
|Ideology||Neo-Nazism Strasserism |
It was founded on September 28, 2013 by former NPD officials, and activists from the banned Free Network South. They have ties with Assad's government in Syria, Hezbollah in Lebanon, the National Corps, Right Sector and Svoboda in Ukraine, Nordic Resistance Movement in the Nordic countries and the National Socialist Focus in Turkey. Their founder and chairman is Klaus Armstroff. The party mostly operates in Thuringia, Bavaria and Brandenburg.
A group of people bearing Der Dritte Weg flags marched in through a town in Saxony on 1 May, the day before the Jewish remembrance of the Holocaust, carrying a banner saying "Social justice instead of criminal foreigners". The Central Council of Jews said that the state government should ban such marches if it were serious about tackling right-wing extremism. The Third Path stood in the 2019 EU elections
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