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Nazi Leaders in World War II- Many people have contributed to the cruel treatment of human beings specifically Jews in Nazi Germany during the second World War This is a report on the damage carried out by some of the Nazi criminals working under the rule of Adolf Hitler Many people contributed in Hitlers attempt to carry out his Final Solution Among these people are Ernst Roehm Joseph Goebbels Adolf Himmler and Hermann Wilhelm Goering While I discuss how they partook in World War Two keep in mind their actions will and have left a mark on the world forever Little is known about Ernst Roehms childhood He was a quiet boy who never went looking for trouble and didnt express hatred towards anyone mostly because his parents were Libertarians and never paid attention to the politics in Germanys heartland In college Hitlers ideas and notions had a strong impact on Roehms personality Though Roehm never graduated he joined the Free Corps a group of soldiers dedicated to changing injustices in the German government After a while Roehm started to grow tired of the Free Corps non- violent style and he was tempted to be more of an activist in government reform Hitler looking to recruit fellow officers in his plan then in its infancy liked Roehms strong presence and personality Roehm jobless and nowhere to go joined Hitlers office After Hitler was elected into office some years later he split his dictatorship into different divisions Roehm being one of the original officers was chosen as head of the Sturmabteilung or SA commonly referred to as the Brownshirts and storm-troopers By 1932 the Brownshirts had reached more than 400000 members All types of men who Hitler saw fit enough to join
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