The National Agrarian Party (Romanian: Partidul Național Agrar) was a right-wing agrarian political party active in Romania during the early 1930s.The party emerged in 1932 following a split in the People's Party and in response to the conversion of its founder the poet Octavian Goga to anti-Semitism.

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  • The National Agrarian Party (Romanian: Partidul Național Agrar) was a right-wing agrarian political party active in Romania during the early 1930s.The party emerged in 1932 following a split in the People's Party and in response to the conversion of its founder the poet Octavian Goga to anti-Semitism. Goga had managed to convince much of the membership of General Alexandru Averescu's party to follow him into the new group.Under the Goga's leadership the National Agrarian Party espoused an authoritarian nationalist ideology. It adopted "Christ! King! Fatherland!" as its slogan, a rallying cry already associated with Goga before the party's formation.In July 1935 the group merged with A. C. Cuza's National-Christian Defense League to form the National Christian Party, a hard-line Anti-Semitic group that sought to challenge the Iron Guard whilst remaining close to more mainstream conservative forces. Pressure for this move had come from the office of Alfred Rosenberg in Nazi Germany, where a stronger anti-Semitic party in Romania was seen as desirable. (en)
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  • The National Agrarian Party (Romanian: Partidul Național Agrar) was a right-wing agrarian political party active in Romania during the early 1930s.The party emerged in 1932 following a split in the People's Party and in response to the conversion of its founder the poet Octavian Goga to anti-Semitism. (en)
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  • National Agrarian Party (Romania) (en)
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