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The German-National Party (German: Deutschnationale Partei) was a political party in Austria.
The party contested seats in Austria in the 1907 elections in Cisleithania, receiving 0.2% of the vote. In the 1911 elections its vote share rose to 0.6%.
After World War I the party contested the 1919 Constitutional Assembly elections, in which it finished in third place with 5.8% of the national vote, winning 8 seats.