Scarce NSNAP Dutch Worker Party Member Stickpin and Pamphlet-The N.S.N.A.P. was a minor Dutch national socialist party founded in 1931 and led by Ernst Herman van Rappard. Seeking to copy the fascism of others, notably Adolf Hitler, the group failed to achieve success and was accused by rivals such as the National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands (NSB) and the General Dutch Fascist League of being too moderate for a fascist movement. It was dissolved on December 14, 1941. This is a member stick pin and "principles" pamphlet. The stick pin greatly resembles the NSDAP badge, aside from the shape and script which reads "N.S.N.A.P. Westmark". The pamphlet is in excellent condition. Very scarce!