Nastional Socialism I think says it all. They were both. Although before they came to power they very much boasted their socialism side to get the working class, a massive part of the electorate, to vote for them. Which they did similarly with promoting their more nationalist side to the groups such as the middle-class to gain votes from them.
Overall it's obvious that they were German Nationalists first, but there were many socialist aspects to them. So, no matter how sarcastic you may have been in the opening post OP, I'm still going to say you're wrong.
Historical fact: Ernst Rohm and his followers (the SA) objected to the Nazis' friendship with big business and the church, wanting the party to support the working class. Hitler purged them in 'The Night of the Long Knives'(1934). That was the end of the small socialist element of the Nazi Party.
Don, have you yet accepted that your OP was entirely wrong or are you still deluding yourself?