This May 2016 video says about itself:
The far-right National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) held a rally in the German town of Demmin, Sunday, to commemorate the defeat of Nazi Germany and the country’s occupation, 71 years after the Red Army’s victory over Nazi Germany in 1945.
The far-right rally commemorated the Nazi loss and fall of the town … on May 1, 1945, … following the Red Army capture of the town from Nazi forces.
Translated from the Kronen Zeitung daily in Austria today:
The self-proclaimed vigilante group “Schutzzone” has been active in Germany for some time. They call themselves “the eyes and ears of the police” and claim to offer Germans security. Behind the movement is the far-right small party NPD (National Democratic Party of Germany), which is meanwhile a thorn in the side of the police. Because more and more members of that “protection zone” are hunting foreigners – and also give the impression of cooperating with the police.
Some “Schutzzone” NPD nazis in Döbeln town boast that they have ‘driven away foreigners stinking of cannabis’.