Indeed, it was the only German military operation in WWII conducted entirely by the ss, not the army.
Men like Langbehn were firmly on the far right völkisch orbit before they found their place in the ss.
On the evening of January 6, 1923, Tallulah boarded the ss Majestic.
Jarek remarks that the ss officer who sentenced 5,000 Poles here to die was still alive last year, living in Germany, age 92.
I never heard a relative or my parents or grandparents talk about the greatness of ss or Medicare.
The ss man fumed inwardly because he could not get a clear picture of that "Boss."
Political prisoners are no longer confined in the fortress of ss.
The entire collar contains twenty-eight ss, fourteen roses, thirteen knots, and measures sixty-four inches.
The library in which these fittings occur is attached to the church of ss.
Praxedis and Pudentiana with leafy crowns in their hands; and at a lower level, but more in front, ss.
The symbol for sulfur.
An elite corps of combat troops (SS is short for Schutzstaffel, which is German for “protective shield”) formed originally within the German Nazi party as a bodyguard for Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders and led by Heinrich Himmler. During the 1930s, Hitler steadily expanded the responsibilities of the SS to include the suppression of his political opponents within Germany and the persecution of the Jews. The SS supervised the concentration camps.