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The rise of the SS can be traced to the need for an elite body guard for Adolf Hitler The SS developed into the elite soldiers in the different areas of the armed services How did the rise of the SS particularly the training and creation lead to their brutal effectiveness The SS was an offspring of the SA the Sturmabteilung--Storm Detachment Hhne 17 The SA originally designed as a guard for Hitler developed into a strong force with definite military implications Hitlers specific body guards were called the Sturmabteilung Hitler Germanys Chief of Staff Joachim Hoffman made the decision that the SA was too powerful a unit to just protect Hitler and it had higher aspirations Loyal followers of Hitler remained with him and formed the Stabswache headquarters guard which was to wear the black uniforms that would later characterize the SS A new guard the Stosstrupp Adolf Hitler assault squad headed by former SA members sprang up to take the place of the Stabswache Hhne 16-21 After the failed Beer Hall Putsch Rhm expanded the SA to about 30000 men Hitler categorically refused Hhne 22 to allow theM to be under the control of the SA leaders by the political leaders Rhm did not agree and therefore he and Hilter split Hitler felt that there was a need for there to be a bodyguard unit of such unending loyalty that they would be willing to march against their own brothers Hhne 23 Hitlers choice for the leader of the new guard was Julius Schreck a former member of the Assault Squad They named the new guard the Schutzstaffel the SS Together they picked the other members from the old rosters of the Assault Squad and the headquarters guard Hhne 22-24 The SS was thus created The SS was known for its brutal methods that it
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