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Sturmabteilung

"The SA were also called the "Brownshirts" (Braunhemden), from the color of their uniform shirts, similar to Benito Mussolini´s blackshirts. The SA developed pseudo-military titles for its members, with ranks that were later adopted by several other Nazi Party groups, chief amongst them the Schutzstaffel (SS). This had originated as a branch of the SA before being separated. Brown-colored shirts were chosen as the SA uniform because a large number of them were cheaply available after World War I, having originally been ordered during the war for colonial troops posted to Germany´s former African colonies." - (en.wikipedia.org 30.01.2020)

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(The left column lists the relations of this actor to objects in the right column. In the middle you find other actors in relation to the same objects.)

[Relation to person or institution] Sturmabteilung
Created Richard Sieper und Söhne ()
[Relation to person or institution] Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) ()
[Relation to person or institution] Schutzstaffel ()

Mentioned Sturmabteilung
Written Internationaler Militärgerichtshof ()
Mentioned Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach (1870-1950) ()
Mentioned High Command of the Armed Forces ()
Mentioned Gestapo ()
Mentioned Sicherheitsdienst ()
Mentioned Schutzstaffel ()
Mentioned Hans Fritzsche (1900-1953) ()
Mentioned Konstantin von Neurath (1873-1956) ()
Mentioned Julius Streicher (1885-1946) ()
Mentioned Wilhelm Frick (1877-1946) ()
Mentioned Alfred Rosenberg (1893-1946) ()
Mentioned Baldur von Schirach (1907-1974) ()
Mentioned Arthur Seyss-Inquart (1892-1946) ()
Mentioned Hans Frank (1900-1946) ()
Mentioned Walther Funk (1890-1960) ()
Mentioned Hermann Göring (1893-1946) ()
Mentioned Hjalmar Schacht (1877-1970) ()
Mentioned Fritz Sauckel (1894-1946) ()
Mentioned Albert Speer (1905-1981) ()
Mentioned Ernst Kaltenbrunner (1903-1946) ()
Mentioned Wilhelm Keitel (1882-1946) ()
Mentioned Alfred Jodl (1890-1946) ()
Mentioned Erich Raeder (1876-1960) ()
Mentioned Karl Dönitz (1891-1980) ()
Mentioned Franz von Papen (1879-1969) ()
Mentioned Robert Ley (1890-1945) ()
Mentioned Joachim von Ribbentrop (1893-1946) ()
Mentioned Rudolf Hess (1894-1987) ()
Mentioned Martin Bormann (1900-1945) ()
Mentioned Harold B. Willey ()