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  1. Ernst Röhm (1887–1934) was a former Reichswehr officer and had been a member of the NSDAP since 1920. He had supported Hitler in the Hitler-Ludendorff Putsch and was among the Führer’s closest friends. In 1924, Hitler put Röhm in charge of the SA [ Sturmabteilung or Storm Detachment, also known as Brownshirts], which had been originally ...

  2. 18 de oct. de 2019 · Ernst Röhm was born in Munich on November 28, 1887, the son of an old Bavarian family of civil servants. Ernst Röhm was part of the last generation that sought to capture the values of the trenches, the camaraderie of the front-line soldiers in the First World War, with their restlessness, adventurism and latent criminality masquerading as ...

  3. 1887. 28. November: Ernst Röhm wird als Sohn eines Eisenbahndirektors und dessen Frau in München geboren. 1906. Nach dem Abitur am humanistischen Maximilians-Gymnasium in München tritt er in das 10. bayerische Infanterie-Regiment "Prinz Ludwig" ein. 1908. Besuch der Kriegsschule in München und Ernennung zum Leutnant.

  4. 27 de mar. de 2017 · The case of Ernst Röhm, the highest-ranking gay Nazi, presents an interesting study in the construction and containment of masculinity by the right. Röhm was Hitler’s right-hand man as head of the Sturmabteilung (SA, the Brownshirts), the Nazi paramilitary wing. Instrumental in the rise of the party via the street-fighting and extra ...

  5. Ernst Julius Röhm (* 28. november 1887, Mníchov, Nemecká ríša – † 2. júl 1934, Mníchov, Tretia ríša) bol nemecký dôstojník, veliteľ a spoluzakladateľ nacistických polovojenských oddielov Sturmabteilung (SA), nazývaných tiež hnedé košele, ktoré pomocou politického a fyzického teroru pomohli Hitlerovi získať moc.

  6. 21 de jun. de 2018 · Als „Röhm-Putsch“ bezeichneten die Nazis eine politische Säuberungsaktion innerhalb der nationalsozialistischen Bewegung. Ernst Röhm, nachdem der „Röhm-Putsc...

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  7. Röhm and his chief lieutenants were seized on the weekend of June 30, 1934, and executed without trial. The opportunity was also taken to settle other accounts on this “Night of the Long Knives”—among those murdered were Schleicher and the former Nazi leader Gregor Strasser. A month later, on August 2, Hindenburg died.