The living, the dead (Horst Wessel), Sturm Abteilung and regular army, all comrades

Nazis poster, "National Socialists and Soldiers [are] Comrades", 1939

Two members of the National Socialist German Workers Party's Sturmabteilung paramilitary organization stand outside a NSDAP party office located in Munich, Weimar Republic. Summer, 1932.

Two members of the National Socialist German Workers Party's Sturmabteilung paramilitary organization stand outside a NSDAP party office located in Munich, Weimar Republic.

Sturmabteilung and Hitlerjugend.

World War II German military organization Sturmabteilungen/Storm Troops (SA)

Уметност пропаганде/The art of propaganda

Уметност пропаганде

Triumph of the Will is a 1935 propaganda film directed, produced, edited and co-written by Leni Riefenstahl. It chronicles the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg

Storm troops: Nazi Brown Shirts, soldiers from Germany's Sturmabteilung or SA

Rare colors portraits by Hitler's personal photographer

Storm troops: Nazi Brown Shirts, soldiers from Germany's Sturmabteilung or SA. This was the Third Reich's storm division whose terrifyingly violent and ruthless methods helped pave the way to power for Hitler after he founded the group in

Hitlers shirtless SA members protest

Vienna, Austria, Shirtless SA-men leading a protest march against the decree that banned the wearing of National-Socialist uniform.

Richard Schwarzkopf “Deutsche Passion” (1937)

"Der Sieg des Glaubens" ("The Victory of the Believers"), an example of anti-Communist propaganda artwork by Richard Schwarzkopf depicting the ultimate "triumph" of the Nazi Sturmabteilung, the "SA" (the sixth of six panels,

Ernst Röhm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ernst Julius Günther Röhm was a German officer in the Bavarian Army, later an early Nazi leader, and an assumed homosexual.

Philasearch.com - German Empire Picture postcards

: Picture postcards and topics Third Reich Propaganda, Organisations, HJ

WW2, SA sturmabteilung

This is a picture of the Nazi Storm Troopers or Sturmabteilung (SA). They destroyed all of the Jewish-owned businesses and shops. They used sledgehammers and left debris including the broken glass from windows in the middle of the street.

Philasearch.com - German Empire

: Picture postcards and topics Third Reich Propaganda

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