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    Schutzstaffel

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    In 1925, Adolf Hitler founded the Schutzstaffel or the "SS". The Schutzstaffel was created to serve as Hitler's personal bodyguards, and as time passed by they became one of the most feared organizations in Nazi Germany. They were considered to be the most elite guard in Nazi Germany. In 1929, the SS began to grow in size. Each member had military training. During this time there were 300 members of the SS. Later on, Hitler appointed Heinrich Himmler as the new SS leader. In 1931 Himmler created

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    SS The Schutzstaffel (SS) started off as Adolf Hitler’s personal bodyguards. They later became one of the most feared and powerful organizations in all of Germany. Founded in 1925, the SS started off as a small group of eight members who were lead initially by Julius Schreck, a dedicated Hitler loyalist. The SS crew grew to more than 250,000 by the start of World War II. The SS did more than just guard Hitler; they guarded the concentration camps, and the Waffen-SS specialized in brutalizing and

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    The Schutzstaffel and Death Camps

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    The SS was formed in 1925 by Adolf Hitler under the SA for the sole purpose of providing security for Hitler and other Nazi leaders, security for political meetings, and soliciting subscribers for the party's newspapers. The SS stands for the Schutzstaffel and its main focus was initially was protection and eventually rose through the Nazi power structure under its most infamous figure, Heinrich Himmler who was put in charge of the SS in 1929 when there were only 280 SS members. He initially fell

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    Medical Experiments by the Schutzstaffel (SS) Medical Experiments by Schutzstaffel affected many people between 1942-1945 and longer because they were subjects for research by sadistic doctors who crossed many ethical and moral borders; However, one doctor stood out the most- The Angel of Death. Josef Mengele was an infamous doctor who committed awful experiments on human. Dr. Josef Mengele was known as “The Angel of Death,” (Mengele of The Babies, Babies, Holden, Wendy) in Auschwitz

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    Hitler And Adolf Hitler

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    multiple organizations which includes the Sturmabteilungen and the Schutzstaffel to help him gain power. Heinrich Himmler, the leader of Schutzstaffel, carried out the organization and gradually developed the organization into one of the most powerful groups in Nazi Germany in 3 steps: he separated the Schutzstaffel as a distinct entity, evoked fear among the people, and created a much better focused subdivisions inside the Schutzstaffel. The Sturmabteilungen, or SA for short, was a separate and a private

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    years old teenager when he and his mother were taken by the Schutzstaffel to the camp. He wanted to meet at the place where all of his nightmare comes from; Monowitz-Buna. He wanted me to see what he had to live in and experience while being there. I was nervous and was thinking how this was going to be a touchy subject. Not only because it was the worst thing that happen to Daniel, but also since my family were members of the Schutzstaffel in the Monowitz-Buna concentration camp. While I do not know

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    The signing of the Treaty of Versailles marked the end of World War I and was the starting point in the chain of events that enabled Germany to spark World War II shortly after the first. Many components of the Treaty of Versailles and the actions of the Allies contributed to the toxic climate that was developing in the Germany. Germany’s economy, left destroyed in the wake of World War I, and the citizens of Germany feared the worst for their country’s future. The establishment of the Treaty of

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    Imagine a family taken from their home in the middle of the night, sent to an unknown destination where they were separated from loved ones, also with the uncertainty of whether they were to be tortured or killed. This was reality for many Jews and members of other ethnic, religious, and minority groups across Europe during the 1940s and was a result of Hitler's desire to create a “perfect society”of Aryans. Many of these prisoners were taken to the Auschwitz concentration camp where they were mistreated

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    auschwitz

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    artists, Gypsies, the physically and mentally handicapped and others regarded as unfit for survival in Nazi Germany. To carry out his “Final Solution” Hitler ordered death camps to be built, this would then today be known as the Holocaust. The Schutzstaffel better known a the “SS” were Hitlers personal body guards but also held a much bigger role in the Nazi party. Led by Hitlers right hand man Heinrich Himmler, the SS ran a number of operation... ... middle of paper ... ...that had passed. Many

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    World War II is an important event in history. Adolf Hitler, a ruthless dictator who rose to power, segregated and killed millions of Jews during the Holocaust. Hitler wanted absolute power over all of Europe, so he took advantage of the worldwide depression to gain political power and support, promising to make Germany great again. However, there were many that did not approve of his methods, and opposed his Nazi party and ideals. So, Hitler used two organizations, the SS and Gestapo, to silence

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