The following list contains some of the provisions that Hitler proposed at the National Socialist German Workers' Party’s first large party gathering in February 1920.
- We demand the unification of all Germans in a Greater Germany on the basis of the right of national self-determination.
- We demand . . . the revocation of the peace treaty of Versailles . . .
- We demand land and territory (colonies) to feed our people and to settle our surplus population.
- . . . Only those of German blood, whatever their creed, may be members of the nation. Accordingly, no Jew may be a member of the nation.
- Non-citizens may only live in Germany as guests and must be subject to laws for aliens.
- The right to vote. . . shall be enjoyed by the citizens . . . alone. We demand therefore that all official appointments, of whatever kind, whether in the Reich, in the states or in the smaller localities, shall be held by none but citizens.
- We demand that the State shall make its primary duty to provide a livelihood for its citizens. If it should prove impossible to feed the entire population, foreign nationals (non-citizens) must be deported . . .
- All non-German immigration must be prevented. We demand that all non-Germans who entered Germany after 2 November 1914 shall be required to leave immediately . . .
. . . To facilitate the creation of a German national press we demand:
- that all editors of, and contributors to newspapers appearing in the German language must be members of the nation;
- that no non-German newspapers may appear without express permission of the State. They must not be printed in the German language;
- that non-Germans shall be prohibited by law from participating financially in or influencing German newspapers . . .
The Party . . . is convinced that our nation can achieve permanent health only from within on the basis of the principle: The common interest before self-interest . . .