I saw your article asking about National Socialism and am sending the above link.
The above link is to one of many English translations of the Party Platform of the Nazi party. Once you get to around paragraph 11. you start to see, from the original source document, that especially for the times in question, they were a brand of socialism. I would suggest you simply look for the Nazi Party Platform on your search engine to get other translations of the original source document if you are interested.
To the extent practical politics deviated from party platform, this is a common occurrence in modern times and one suspects it was no different then. Compared to USA at the time, which had no federal minimum wage/ maximum hours laws, no unemployment insurance, no social security, no federal pension laws, no federal welfare benefits, and so forth, these proposals would have seemed far reaching, national and socialist at the time.
Obviously, I understand you are not in favor of this group, its history, and personalities; and I am not a fan either. I hope you find this interesting and a good place to start, in answering your question about the brand of socialism, if any, there was in Nazi Germany.