From Alan Bullock's, Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives:
Gregor Strasser declared in a [Nazi] party periodical: 'We National Socialists are enemies, deadly enemies, of the present capitalist system with its exploitation of the economically weak...and we are resolved under all circumstances to destroy this system.
They [Nazi Party in Berlin] developed a more radical form of National Socialism, appealing to a younger generation and picking up the anti-capitalist points from the party programme: the abolition of unearned income, ground rent and land speculation; the attack on 'interest slavery', finance capital and big department stores; the call for nationalization of heavy industry, profit-sharing and land reform. These demands were presented as a national 'German', idealist form of socialism, an alternative to the international, materialistic, levelling class war preached by the Marxist.
Sound pretty bloody socialist to me!