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Hispanic National Socialist Front – Chilean Division

[National Socialist Movement of Chilean Workers]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

Hispanic National Socialist Front (Frente Nacional-Socialista Hispano; FNSH) is a multi-national community of Hispanic-American Neo-Nazis, possibly only active online. While they use the old flag of National Socialist Movement of Chilean Workers as the common symbol, the national divisions have their own flags as well. In case of Chilean division, it is the old flag of the National Order Front - red-blue horizontal bicolor, charged with a white thunderbolt, shaped so at to resemble the letter N.
Tomislav Todorovic, 11 May 2016
Sources (WARNING: contain photos of people giving Roman salute):
[1] Presentation of FNSH: http://hispanons.weebly.com/acerca-de.html
[2] FNSH blog: http://hispanons.blogspot.com/
[3] Blog of FNSH - Chilean Division: http://hispanonschile.blogspot.com/



Movement of National Socialist Action of Chile

[Movement of National Socialist Action of Chile]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 11 May 2016

Movement of National Socialist Action of Chile (Movimiento de Acción Nacional Socialista de Chile; MANS) was founded in 1996 as the Horst Wessel Standard (Standarte Horst Wessel), and its present name was adopted in 2000 [1]. Its flag [1, 2] is red, with a large white disc, charged with an oak wreath surrounding a spade between two wheat-ears, all in black; these charges are borrowed from the flag used by the National Labour Service of the Third Reich but are differently shaped. Abbreviation MANS is inscribed in white in canton. While some images of the flag [1] suggest that these letters are oblique, the photo [2], when zoomed enough, reveals that they are not, even though the wrinkles make it difficult to decide easily.
Tomislav Todorovic, 11 May 2016
Sources:
[1] History of MANS and its predecessors: http://post-tenebraslux.blogspot.rs/2014/07/nacional-socialismo-en-chile.html
[2] Photo of the MANS flag: http://www.biobiochile.cl/2014/10/12/movimiento-nacional-socialista-de-concepcion-realizan-ofrenda-floral-en-el-marco-del-dia-de-la-raza.shtml



National Order Front

[National Order Front]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

National Order Front (Frente Orden Nacional; FON) was founded in 2004 by transformation of the National Socialist Movement of Chilean Workers, and dissolved in 2012. From its predecessor, it inherited the thunderbolt symbol, but repainted it into white and placed over a red-blue horizontal bicolor, thus displaying the national colors of Chile in its flag. According to the organization's website (no longer online), rather dark shade of blue was used, but in reality it varied from rather light shade to very dark one, nearly black. The flagstaff has had a gilt finial, in shape of thunderbolt within a cogwheel.
Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016
Sources:
[1] TARINGA! website - History of National Order Front and its predecessors: http://www.taringa.net/posts/info/12177745/Historia-del-Nacional-Socialismo-Chileno.html
[2] Cooperativa.cl website - announcement of the dissolution of FON: http://www.cooperativa.cl/noticias/pais/policial/neonazis/movimiento-chileno-neonazi-anuncio-su-disolucion-tras-denuncias-del-movilh/2012-08-09/164414.html
[3] The Clinic website: http://www.theclinic.cl/2012/03/25/exclusivo-frente-orden-nacional-los-nazis-antigay-que-vistn-a-la-moda-hitleriana/
[4] Photos of FON and MNS flag from Valparaiso, on 5 September 2010 (WARNING: displayed people showing Roman salute): http://ciclodetransformacionprovidencialm.blogspot.rs/2010/09/alianzas-por-la-libertad-universal.html



National Socialist Movement of Chile

[National Socialist Movement of Chile]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

National Socialist Movement of Chile (Movimiento Nacional Socialista de Chile; MNS) was founded in 1932. Originally modelled after the German Nazi party, the party later distanced from the Nazism and eventually merged into the Popular Liberating Alliance (Alianza Popular Libertadora) in 1938. Its flag was derived from that of the Old Fatherland by addition of a red thunderbolt over all. Having been used by the oldest Chilean Nazi Group, it was reused in 21st century by the neo-Nazi groups such as the National Order Front. On the photos of the flag's modern use, blue and yellow look very pale and red looks rather dark, as if they were changed by age, but it cannot be decided whether this was really the case, or the new flags were made as such in order to simulate the age they don't really have.
Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016
Sources:
[1] National Socialist Movement of Chile at Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Socialist_Movement_of_Chile
[2] Photos of MNS flag from Valparaiso, on 5 September 2010 (WARNING: displayed people showing Roman salute): http://ciclodetransformacionprovidencialm.blogspot.rs/2010/09/alianzas-por-la-libertad-universal.html


National Socialist Movement of Chilean Workers

[National Socialist Movement of Chilean Workers]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

National Socialist Movement of Chilean Workers (Movimiento Nacional Socialista de los Trabajadores Chilenos; MNSTCH) was founded in 2002 and transformed into the National Order Front two yearrs later. Its flag was red, with a large black thunderbolt, shaped so as to resemble the letter N, placed over a white disc.
Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016
Sources:
[1] TARINGA! website - History of National Order Front and its predecessors: http://www.taringa.net/posts/info/12177745/Historia-del-Nacional-Socialismo-Chileno.html
[2] Simbolos Patrios website - MNSTCH flag in the Chilean flags images gallery: http://simbolospatrios.cl/displayimage.php?album=44&pid=15896#top_display_media



National Socialist Workers' Party of Chile

[National Socialist Workers' Party of Chile]
image by António Martins and Mark Sensen

National Socialist Workers' Party of Chile (Partido Nacional Socialista Obrero de Chile; PNSO) was founded in 1964 and dissolved in 1970. It used the unchanged German Nazi flag. Later attempts to refound the party were unsuccessful and its former members eventually recognized the New Fatherland Society as their successor.
Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016
Sources:
[1] National Socialist Workers' Party of Chile at Wikipedia (in Spanish): https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partido_Nacional_Socialista_Obrero_de_Chile
[2] Short history of PNSO with photos (WARNING: displayed people showing Roman salute): http://centenariochile.blogspot.rs/2013/05/partido-nacional-socialista-obrero-de.html



National Socialist Youth

[National Socialist Youth]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

National Socialist Youth (Juventud Nacional Socialista; JNS) was the youth wing of National Order Front. Their flag, which was displayed at the organization's website (no longer online), has had the same white thunderbolt symbol, but placed on a plain black field.
Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

New Fatherland Society

[New Fatherland Society]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016

New Fatherland Society (Patria Nueva Sociedad; PNS) was founded in 1999 at Puerto Montt. While describing itself as National Socialist, the movement insisted that the nation shall be defined by the culture, rather than the biology/genetics ("race"). In 2006, the Constitutional Court was requested to ban the PNS, which it eventually declined to do in 2010, after an unusually long procedure, stating that there is no sufficient evidence in favor on banning. Later same year, the movement dissolved itself, stating that it is impossible to safely operate as a legal National Socialist organization.

Flag of the New Fatherland Society was red, charged with a large blue sunwheel fimbriated white. The design was repeated in the armbands. Some photos seem to show black color instead of blue; it is difficult to tell whether it was really black, or just a very dark shade of blue, but the latter seems to be more probably, since that would make the color set identical with the national colors, as used by other Chilean neo-Nazi groups.
Tomislav Todorovic, 10 May 2016
Sources:
[1] New Fatherland Society at Metapedia (in Spanish): http://es.metapedia.org/wiki/Patria_Nueva_Sociedad
[2] La Desdemona blog: http://ladesdemona.blogspot.rs/2007/12/un-nazi-sudaca-en-la-cima-de-nada.html
[3] Las Ultimas Noticias newspaper website - archive: http://www.lun.com/lunmobile//Pages/NewsDetailMobile.aspx?dt=2010-07-05&PaginaId=28&SupplementId=0&bodyid=0
[4] ANAJNU.cl website: http://www.anajnu.cl/2013/articulos/los-regionaliztas-de-marcel-claude.html
[5] La Cuarta website: http://www.lacuarta.com/diario/2002/03/25/25.04.4a.CRO.NAZIS.html
[6] La Tercera website: http://diario.latercera.com/2010/06/08/01/contenido/9_29261_9.shtml



United National Socialist Movement of Chile

[United National Socialst Movement of Chile]
image by Tomislav Todorovic, 11 May 2016

United National Socialist Movement of Chile (Movimiento Nacional Socialista Unificado de Chile; MNSU) was founded ("refounded", as they call it) in 1988. Its flag is derived from that of the original National Socialist Movement of Chile, with a differently stylized thunderbolt and addition of a red lauburu on blue field in the canton. According to them, the lauburu is a "Spanish solar symbol;" in reality, it is a specifically Basque symbol, but was obviously chosen here due to its resemblance with the swastika.
Tomislav Todorovic, 11 May 2016
Sources:
[1] MNSU blog: http://movimientonacionalsocialistadechile.blogspot.rs/2009/03/1988-el-comienzo.html
[2] Simbolos Patrios website - MNSU flag in the Chilean flags images gallery: http://simbolospatrios.cl/displayimage.php?album=44&pid=15897#top_display_media