A former Nazi SS soldier has shocked West Germans by leading a tiny right-wing extremist party to a strong showing in West Berlin state elections on a platform of ridding the city of foreigners. Sunday's vote also will send two members of the Republican Party to the federal parliament next year, the first time that the extreme right will be represented in Bonn since 1953. "Kick out the Nazis, foreigners stay," several thousand people chanted as they marched through West Berlin late Sunday to protest the Republican Party's success. In the balloting, Chancellor Helmut Kohl's governing Christian Democrats lost their majority in West Berlin's legislature and said they now plan to form a governing coalition with the left-of-center Social Democrats.