Kunze's political career began around 1914 when he was employed by the German Conservative Party along with fellow rightist Wilhelm Kube. Serving the party as general secretary he earned 12,000 marks per month for a role that largely involved travelling Germany drumming up support. Near the end of the war he became involved with the Fatherland Party where he gained the nickname Knüpple Kunze (Cudgel Kunze) because of strong attacks on the Jews.

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  • Richard Kunze, bekannt auch als Knüppel-Kunze, (* 5. Februar 1872 in Sagan; † Mai 1945) war ein deutscher Lehrer, Publizist und völkisch-nationalsozialistischer Politiker. (de)
  • Kunze's political career began around 1914 when he was employed by the German Conservative Party along with fellow rightist Wilhelm Kube. Serving the party as general secretary he earned 12,000 marks per month for a role that largely involved travelling Germany drumming up support. Near the end of the war he became involved with the Fatherland Party where he gained the nickname Knüpple Kunze (Cudgel Kunze) because of strong attacks on the Jews. (en)
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  • Richard Kunze, bekannt auch als Knüppel-Kunze, (* 5. Februar 1872 in Sagan; † Mai 1945) war ein deutscher Lehrer, Publizist und völkisch-nationalsozialistischer Politiker. (de)
  • Kunze's political career began around 1914 when he was employed by the German Conservative Party along with fellow rightist Wilhelm Kube. Serving the party as general secretary he earned 12,000 marks per month for a role that largely involved travelling Germany drumming up support. Near the end of the war he became involved with the Fatherland Party where he gained the nickname Knüpple Kunze (Cudgel Kunze) because of strong attacks on the Jews. (en)
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