Christian National Socialist Front

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The Christian National Socialist Front (Hungarian: Keresztény Nemzeti Szocialista Front, KNSZF) was a far-right political party in Hungary during the late 1930s.


The party was formed in 1937 as a breakaway from the new United Christian Party (EKP),[1] which had been established as a merger of the Christian Economic and Social Party, the Christian Opposition and the National Legitimist Party earlier in the year. At the time of the 1939 elections it had five MPs, including Károly Maróthy-Meizler.

The elections saw the party finish ahead of the EKP in terms of vote share, but it won only three seats compared to the four won by the EKP.


  1. Nohlen, D & Stöver, P (2010) Elections in Europe: A data handbook, p911 ISBN 978-3-8329-5609-7
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