He wished it to be separate from the "suspect mass" of the party, including the paramilitary Sturmabteilung "Storm Battalion"; SA , which he did not trust. That same year, the Schutzkommando was expanded to a national organization and renamed successively the Sturmstaffel Storm Squadron , and finally the Schutzstaffel Protection Squad; SS. Hitler's personal SS protection unit was later enlarged to include combat units. Himmler displayed good organizational abilities compared to Heiden. The party announced that it was for "family reasons. He considered the SS an elite, ideologically driven National Socialist organization, a "conflation of Teutonic knights , the Jesuits , and Japanese Samurai ".
That turbulent era was marked by jarring images of rage-filled youths with shaved heads, bomber jackets and steel-capped boots who attacked migrants, torched refugee homes and targeted leftist activists. The relationship triangle would last for the rest of the two men's lives, which they dedicated to a homicidal race war vision of ridding Germany of foreigners. It was only then that Germany awoke to the news that the nationwide killings, long blamed by police on immigrant crime gangs, had in fact been committed by organised fascists from Germany's formerly communist east. The case deeply shocked Germany, which has struggled to atone for its dark Nazi past and which had associated terrorism mainly with far-left and Islamist militants, not rightwing thugs.
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Man is a bubble, and all the world is a storm. He kept it on a shelf in our family den, where for years when I was a kid it roared down at us -- unappeasably furious or so I always thought at being trapped up there on its high perch, with no company except some painted beer mugs and a set of purple glass swizzle sticks. Then one day it got broken; I don't remember how.
For it was derived, not from humanitarian or compassionate reasoning, but from pseudo-scientific theory and ruthless economic policy. Nazi Propaganda Drawing That policy was directed not only at German citizens, but at those of other eastern European countries which fell under Nazi hegemony, particularly Poland. That policy reached its apogee with the murder of the Jews, but had the programme arrived at its intended conclusion, the eventual death toll would have been immeasurably greater. The Nazis did not create this twisted version of euthanasia.