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Fascist People's Party of Sweden was a fascist and later national socialist political party in Sweden. It was founded on 3 September 1926 by a circle around the publication Nationen. Its cadre was made up of members of the Fascist Struggle Organisation of Sweden. Ideologically, the party was initially strongly influenced by Italian fascism and Benito Mussolini, but later on, the focus was shifted towards German Nazism. Until 1929 the organisation used the fasces as its symbol however this was later replaced with three crowns representing its support for the Swedish monarchy placed upon a white circle with a red background similar to the flag of the Nazi Party representing its shift in ideology towards Nazism.