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The NSIWP Factbook

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The National Socialist Imperial Workers Party was formed when Fuhrer Steffen Emmerich took power of the regular Imperial Workers Party after the original Chancellor's death. He was appointed chancellor, and the citizens of Imperious trusted him to bring them out of economical depression and lower their national debt.

Uniforms and Ranks

The NSIWP has ranks, each party member, has a rank, in which he controls a small sector of land


Line 1: Any NSIWP member without operational post (Basic party member/supporter)

Line 2: Blockleiter (Block leader, controls a block of some houses or a small village)

Line 3: Zellenleiter (Cell leader, controls a cell of some blocks or a village, usually in command of a small State Police Force Team)

Line 4: Party secretary armband (Attends Parliament meetings to assist in documents and note-taking)

Line 5: Ortsgruppenleiter (Area leader, controls a local area of some cells or a small town, a few villages)

Line 6: Kreisleiter deputy

Line 7: Kreisleiter (County leader, controls a county or a city)

Line 8: Gauleiter deputy

Line 9: Gauleiter (Disctrict head, controls a district of the Reich or a large city like Wohlstand)

Line 10: Reichsleiter (State leader aka Fuhrer, controls N.S.I.W.P. Main Agencies and presides over parliament)


The Uniforms are based on party member rank.


1: Anwaerter (Party member)

2: Arbeitsleiter (Work leader)

3: Einsatzleiter (Operations leader)

4: Gemeinschaftsleiter (Community leader) - holds a secretary position

5: Abschnittsleiter (Section leader)

6: Oberabschnittsleiter (Section head)

7: Dienstleiter (Branch leader)

8: Oberbefehlsleiter (Senior apparatus manager)

9: Reichsleiter (State leader)

Flags and Heraldry

Flags often show political positions in the NSIWP

The Fuhrer's Standard


Officers Podium and Desk flag


Fuhrer's Podium and Desk flag


Wall Flag (Gold)


Wall Flag (Silver)


Field Marshals Pennant


Parliament and Procedure

Parliament meetings are held the third and fourth week of every month. The Fuhrer presides over these meetings. If he is unable to attend, a district Gauleiter will take his place.

Forming and Passing Laws

This system works much like the US Bill system. A Parliament member will propose a bill, and the Parliament Speaker will announce this bill and declare it open for debate. Parliament votes on the bill. If it passes by two-thirds vote, it proceeds to the Reichsleiter Office where it is approved. If the bill is approved, it will move on to the office of the Fuhrer, where the Fuhrer will either veto or pass the law. If the Fuhrer vetoes the bill, it stops. If the Fuhrer passes it, he signs the bill and sends it back to Parliament to be stamped and declared official law.

Rights and Regulations of Parliament

-To apply for Parliament, a member must be a citizen for 5 years

-Be at least 23 years of age

-To be promoted to a leader of any district, city, or village, one must be a citizen for 5 years

-Have lived in that village or district for at least 4 years

-And be at least 23 years of age

-No Parliament member can be taken into legal custody during Parliament meetings

-At least a Quorum must be present to begin procedure

-The Fuhrer has the power to carry out laws

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