Aligning itself heavily with the NSDAP, it had its own paper as well as aligning itself along the lines of being the Club of German National Socialists. Its members become the leaders of the Carpathian Germans in the Carpatho-Ukraine region following 1939.
Can't find much on it and can't confirm this, seems like though that the 13k Germans in the Carpatho-Ukraine as it was called, were represented by someone and were in large amounts deported to the Soviet Union following WW2, alongside many Hungarians.
It based itself in Bratislava and featured many Germans of different religious backgrounds as prominent leaders
ts initial founding was to steer the Carpathian Germans away from the Zipser German Party which as accused of being too pro-Hungarian by them, as it had aligned itself with Hungarian political parties and politicians, as well as being for reunification with Hungary.
Its party policies were generally though vague and despite its opposition to Hungarianism among the Germans it did on occasion align itself somewhat with them, but it was practically absorbed by the Sudeten German party before being banned during the Sudeten Crisis.
Franco wrote to Adolf Hitler offering to join the war on 19 June 1940 and possible accession to the Axis Powers to fight Bolshevik Communism. Spain didn't officially join the Axis, but they did help the Axis—whose members Italy and Germany had supported Spain during the Spanish Civil War (1936 to 1939), as did Ireland.