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Heydrich also continued as head of the Sicherheitsdienst SD; security service. The Gestapo's transfer to Himmler was a prelude to the Night of the Long Knives , in which most of the SA leadership were arrested and subsequently executed.

On 17 June , all police forces throughout Germany were united under the purview of Himmler and the SS. In practice, since the SS answered only to Hitler, the de facto merger of the SS and the police made the police independent of Frick's control.

During Kristallnacht 9—10 November , SS security services clandestinely coordinated violence against Jews as the SS, Gestapo, SD, Kripo, SiPo, and regular police did what they could to ensure that while Jewish synagogues and community centers were destroyed, Jewish-owned businesses and housing remained intact so that they could later be seized.

Some to 1, synagogues were destroyed, mostly by arson. In September , the authority of the SS expanded further when the senior SS officer in each military district also became its chief of police.

Their role was to police the population and oversee the activities of the SS men within their district. As the SS grew in size and importance, so too did Hitler's personal protection forces.

In , his larger personal bodyguard unit previously the 1st SS-Standarte was called to Berlin to replace the Army Chancellery Guard, assigned to protect the Chancellor of Germany.

In November , the name was changed to Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. Two other SS units composed the inner ring of Hitler's protection. This unit consisted of eight men who served around the clock protecting Hitler in shifts.

It continued under separate command and remained responsible for Hitler's protection. The RSD and FBK worked together for security and personal protection during Hitler's trips and public events, but they operated as two groups and used separate vehicles.

The SS was closely associated with Nazi Germany's concentration camp system. Leadership at the camps was divided into five departments: commander and adjutant, political affairs division, protective custody, administration, and medical personnel.

Members were never able to join the ranks of the German High Command and it was dependent on the army for heavy weaponry and equipment. This was primarily done to emphasize the SS as being independent of the Wehrmacht.

Its units took unnecessary risks and had a higher casualty rate than the army. After the invasion, Hitler entrusted the SS with extermination actions codenamed Operation Tannenberg and AB-Aktion to remove potential leaders who could form a resistance to German occupation.

The killings were committed by Einsatzgruppen task forces; deployment groups , assisted by local paramilitary groups.

Satisfied with their performance in Poland, Hitler allowed further expansion of the armed SS formations, but insisted new units remain under the operational control of the army.

In the five-day campaign, the LSSAH linked up with army units and airborne troops after several clashes with Dutch defenders.

SS troops did not take part in the thrust through the Ardennes and the river Meuse. The Germans then trapped the British and French troops in a huge pocket at Dunkirk.

Two men survived. There, soldiers of the 2nd Battalion were responsible for the Wormhoudt massacre , where 80 British and French soldiers were murdered after they surrendered.

At the close of the campaign, Hitler expressed his pleasure with the performance of the SS-Leibstandarte , telling them: "Henceforth it will be an honor for you, who bear my name, to lead every German attack.

Fritz Klingenberg , a company commander in the Das Reich , led his men across Yugoslavia to the capital, Belgrade , where a small group in the vanguard accepted the surrender of the city on 13 April.

A few days later Yugoslavia surrendered. In some cases, they were joined by the Wehrmacht. Serbia became the second country after Estonia declared Judenfrei free of Jews.

Of Greece's 80, Jews, only 20 percent survived the war. At first, they fought Soviet partisans , but by the autumn of , they left the anti-partisan role to other units and actively took part in the Holocaust.

While assisting the Einsatzgruppen , they formed firing parties that participated in the liquidation of the Jewish population of the Soviet Union.

On 31 July , Göring gave Heydrich written authorization to ensure the cooperation of administrative leaders of various government departments to undertake genocide of the Jews in territories under German control.

The SS was built on a culture of violence, which was exhibited in its most extreme form by the mass murder of civilians and prisoners of war on the Eastern Front.

The extermination activities of the Einsatzgruppen generally followed a standard procedure, with the Einsatzgruppen chief contacting the nearest Wehrmacht unit commander to inform him of the impending action; this was done so they could coordinate and control access to the execution grounds.

He decided that alternate methods of killing should be found, which led to introduction of gas vans. Prisoners or auxiliaries were often assigned to do this task so as to spare the SS men the trauma.

In response to the army's difficulties in dealing with Soviet partisans, Hitler decided in July to transfer anti-partisan operations to the police.

This placed the matter under Himmler's purview. Himmler set the SS and SD to work on developing additional anti-partisan tactics and launched a propaganda campaign.

Employing troops primarily from the SS police and Waffen-SS, the Bandenkampfverbände had four principal operational components: propaganda, centralized control and coordination of security operations, training of troops, and battle operations.

Thereafter, they secured rural communities and economic installations such as factories and administrative buildings. An additional priority was securing agricultural and forestry resources.

The SS oversaw the collection of the harvest, which was deemed critical to strategic operations. Communists and people of Asiatic descent were killed presumptively under the assumption that they were Soviet agents.

Increasing numbers of Jews and German citizens deemed politically suspect or social outsiders were arrested. Intensification of the killing operations took place in late when the SS began construction of stationary gassing facilities to replace the use of Einsatzgruppen for mass killings.

For administrative reasons, all concentration camp guards and administrative staff became full members of the Waffen-SS in The labor needs of the war economy, especially for skilled workers, meant that some Jews escaped the genocide.

By , the SS-TV had been organized into three divisions: staff of the concentration camps in Germany and Austria, in the occupied territories, and of the extermination camps in Poland.

By , it became standard practice to rotate SS members in and out of the camps, partly based on manpower needs, but also to provide easier assignments to wounded Waffen-SS members.

In , Himmler founded the first SS business venture, Nordland-Verlag, a publishing house that released propaganda material and SS training manuals.

Thereafter, he purchased Allach Porcelain , which then began to produce SS memorabilia. Each had at least one factory or quarry nearby where the inmates were forced to work.

Their workload was intentionally made impossibly high, under the policy of extermination through labor. By , the SS had purchased 75 percent of the mineral water producers in Germany and were intending to acquire a monopoly.

These operated in factories the SS had confiscated from Jews and Poles. The SS owned experimental farms, bakeries, meat packing plants, leather works, clothing and uniform factories, and small arms factories.

Items seized included 2, On 5 July , the Germans launched the Battle of Kursk , an offensive designed to eliminate the Kursk salient.

On 17 July he called off the operation and ordered a withdrawal. Alarmed by the raids on St Nazaire and Dieppe in , Hitler had ordered the construction of fortifications he called the Atlantic Wall all along the Atlantic coast, from Spain to Norway, to protect against an expected Allied invasion.

The Normandy landings took place beginning 6 June The division included tanks and 50 assault guns , plus supporting infantry and artillery.

However, as the division was part of the armored reserve, Feuchtinger was obliged to seek clearance from OKW before he could commit his formation.

They also took part in the Battle for Caen June—August The Allies continued to make progress in the liberation of France, and on 4 August Hitler ordered a counter-offensive Operation Lüttich from Vire towards Avranches.

These forces were to mount an offensive near Mortain and drive west through Avranches to the coast. The Allied forces were prepared for this offensive, and an air assault on the combined German units proved devastating.

Waffen-SS units that had survived the summer campaigns were withdrawn from the front line to refit. Coincidentally, on 17 September, the Allies launched in the same area Operation Market Garden , a combined airborne and land operation designed to seize control of the lower Rhine.

In December , Hitler launched the Ardennes Offensive, also known as the Battle of the Bulge , a significant counterattack against the western Allies through the Ardennes with the aim of reaching Antwerp while encircling the Allied armies in the area.

Spearheading the attack were two panzer armies composed largely of Waffen-SS divisions. They soon encountered strong resistance from the US 2nd and 99th Infantry Divisions.

By 23 December, the weather improved enough for Allied air forces to attack the German forces and their supply columns, causing fuel shortages.

In increasingly difficult conditions, the German advance slowed and was stopped. Many of the perpetrators were sentenced to hang, but the sentences were commuted.

Peiper was imprisoned for eleven years for his role in the killings. In the east, the Red Army resumed its offensive on 12 January German forces were outnumbered twenty to one in aircraft, eleven to one in infantry, and seven to one in tanks on the Eastern Front.

Budapest fell on 13 February. German forces attacked near Lake Balaton, with 6th Panzer Army advancing north towards Budapest and 2nd Panzer Army moving east and south.

Dietrich refused to carry out the order. By this time, on both the Eastern and Western Front, the activities of the SS were becoming clear to the Allies, as the concentration and extermination camps were being overrun.

In spite of the hopelessness of the situation, members of the SS patrolling the city continued to shoot or hang soldiers and civilians for what they considered to be acts of cowardice or defeatism.

It had under its command the SD, Kripo, and Gestapo, as well as several offices to handle finance, administration, and supply.

The SD was considered an elite branch of the SS, and its members were better educated and typically more ambitious than those within the ranks of the Allgemeine SS.

They also gained a reputation for ruthlessness and unwavering commitment to Nazi ideology. Heydrich was attacked in Prague on 27 May by a British-trained team of Czech and Slovak soldiers who had been sent by the Czechoslovak government-in-exile to kill him in Operation Anthropoid.

He died from his injuries a week later. Beginning in and throughout World War II, the SS enacted a procedure where offices and units of the SS could form smaller sub-units, known as SS-Sonderkommandos , to carry out special tasks, including large-scale murder operations.

The use of SS-Sonderkommandos was widespread. According to former SS Sturmbannführer Wilhelm Höttl , not even the SS leadership knew how many SS-Sonderkommandos were constantly being formed, disbanded, and reformed for various tasks, especially on the Eastern Front.

After the Battle of Stalingrad in February , Himmler realized that Germany would likely lose the war, and ordered the formation of Sonderkommando , a special task force under SS- Standartenführer Paul Blobel.

The unit's assignment was to visit mass graves on the Eastern Front to exhume bodies and burn them in an attempt to cover up the genocide.

The task remained unfinished at the end of the war, and many mass graves remain unmarked and unexcavated.

The Eichmann Sonderkommando was a task force headed by Adolf Eichmann that arrived in Budapest on 19 March , the same day that Axis forces invaded Hungary.

Their task was to take a direct role in the deportation of Hungarian Jews to Auschwitz. The SS-Sonderkommandos enlisted the aid of antisemitic elements from the Hungarian gendarmerie and pro-German administrators from within the Hungarian Interior Ministry.

The Einsatzgruppen had its origins in the ad hoc Einsatzkommando formed by Heydrich following the Anschluss in Austria in March When military action turned out not to be necessary because of the Munich Agreement , the Einsatzgruppen were assigned to confiscate government papers and police documents.

They secured government buildings, questioned senior civil servants, and arrested as many as 10, Czech communists and German citizens.

Hitler felt that the planned extermination of the Jews was too difficult and important to be entrusted to the military.

The last Einsatzgruppen were disbanded in mid although some continued to exist on paper until due to the German retreat on both fronts and the consequent inability to continue extermination activities.

Former Einsatzgruppen members were either assigned duties in the Waffen-SS or concentration camps. Twenty-four Einsatzgruppen commanders were tried for war crimes following the war.

It had more than lawyers on staff in the main offices in Berlin and Munich. Proceedings were conducted at 38 regional SS courts throughout Germany.

It was the only authority authorized to try SS personnel, except for SS members who were on active duty in the Wehrmacht in such cases, the SS member in question was tried by a standard military tribunal.

Its creation placed the SS beyond the reach of civilian legal authority. Himmler personally intervened as he saw fit regarding convictions and punishment.

Shortly after Hitler seized power in , most horse riding associations were taken over by the SA and SS. Commanded by then SS- Standartenführer Hermann Fegelein , the unit was assigned to Poland, where they took part in the extermination of Polish intelligentsia.

The unit was split into two regiments in December , with Fegelein in charge of both. By March their strength was 3, men. This unit saw service in the Soviet Union in attacks on partisans and civilians.

Inmates in deteriorating health were examined by SS doctors, who decided whether or not they would be able to recover in less than two weeks.

Those too ill or injured to recover in that time frame were killed. At Auschwitz, the actual delivery of gas to the victims was always handled by the SS, on the order of the supervising SS doctor.

Members were assigned as administrative staff and supply personnel and served in command positions and as guards at women's concentration camps.

In , Himmler set up the Reichsschule für SS Helferinnen Reich school for SS helpers in Oberehnheim to train women in communications so that they could free up men for combat roles.

Himmler also intended to replace all female civilian employees in his service with SS-Helferinnen members, as they were selected and trained according to Nazi ideology.

The Ukrainians and Tatars, who had suffered persecution under Stalin , were likely motivated primarily by opposition to the Soviet government rather than ideological agreement with the SS.

The Estonian Legion had 1, volunteers under training by the end of The SS established its own symbolism, rituals, customs, ranks, and uniforms to set itself apart from other organizations.

Before , the SS wore the same brown uniform as the SA, with the addition of a black tie and a black cap with a Totenkopf death's head skull and bones symbol, moving to an all-black uniform in The SS also developed its own field uniforms, which included reversible smocks and helmet covers printed with camouflage patterns.

Many were produced in concentration camps. The logo is a pair of runes from a set of 18 Armanen runes created by Guido von List in After a career in the SS became increasingly attractive to Germany's social elite, who began joining the movement in great numbers, usually motivated by political opportunism.

By about one-third of the SS leadership were members of the upper middle class. The trend reversed after the first Soviet counter-offensive of By all activities of the SS were managed through twelve main offices.

It was technically under the command of the SS in Germany but often acted independently concerning Austrian affairs. The Austrian SS was founded in and by was acting as a covert force to bring about the Anschluss with Germany, which occurred in March Political scientist David Art of Tufts University notes that Austrians constituted 8 percent of the Third Reich's population and 13 percent of the SS; he states that 40 percent of the staff and 75 percent of commanders at death camps were Austrian.

On Heydrich's orders, mass arrests of potential enemies of the Reich began immediately after the Anschluss.

With a staff of 80 percent of whom were recruited from the Austrian police , it was the largest Gestapo office outside Berlin.

An estimated 50, people were interrogated or tortured there. Although its de facto leaders were Adolf Eichmann and later Alois Brunner , Huber was nevertheless responsible for the mass deportation of Austrian Jews.

Following Nazi Germany's collapse, the SS ceased to exist. At an internment camp near Lüneburg , he committed suicide by biting down on a cyanide capsule.

Some SS members were subject to summary execution , torture, and beatings at the hands of freed prisoners, displaced persons, or Allied soldiers.

They placed the SS guards on starvation rations, made them work without breaks, forced them to deal with the remaining corpses, and stabbed them with bayonets or struck them with their rifle butts if they slowed their pace.

The Allies commenced legal proceedings against captured Nazis, establishing the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg in They were accused of four counts: conspiracy, waging a war of aggression, war crimes, and crimes against humanity in violation of international law.

Additional SS trials and convictions followed. The courts did not find this to be a legitimate defense. Most were found guilty, and 23 received the death penalty.

Sentences included hangings and long terms of hard labor. At his trial in Jerusalem in , he was found guilty and sentenced to death by hanging.

Eichmann was quoted as having stated, "I will jump into my grave laughing because the fact that I have the death of five million Jews [or Reich enemies, as he later claimed to have said] on my conscience gives me extraordinary satisfaction.

He was deported to Germany in and was sentenced to life in prison in He died in Mengele, worried that his capture would mean a death sentence, fled Germany on 17 April He sailed to Argentina in July.

In both instances he was assisted by former Luftwaffe pilot Hans-Ulrich Rudel. Thousands of Nazis, including former SS members such as Trawniki guard Jakob Reimer and Circassian collaborator Tscherim Soobzokov , fled to the United States under the guise of refugees, sometimes using forged documents.

The eagerness or desire to enlist collaborators means that sure, you didn't look at their credentials too closely.

While the existence of ODESSA remains unproven, Sereny notes that "there certainly were various kinds of Nazi aid organizations after the war — it would have been astonishing if there hadn't been.

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Further information: Bandenbekämpfung. Main article: Units and commands of the Schutzstaffel. Main article: SS Medical Corps.

See also: Waffen-SS foreign volunteers and conscripts. Main article: Uniforms and insignia of the Schutzstaffel. See also: Runic insignia of the Schutzstaffel.

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In both instances he was assisted by former Luftwaffe pilot Hans-Ulrich Rudel. Thousands of Nazis, including former SS members such as Trawniki guard Jakob Reimer and Circassian collaborator Tscherim Soobzokov , fled to the United States under the guise of refugees, sometimes using forged documents.

The eagerness or desire to enlist collaborators means that sure, you didn't look at their credentials too closely. While the existence of ODESSA remains unproven, Sereny notes that "there certainly were various kinds of Nazi aid organizations after the war — it would have been astonishing if there hadn't been.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Paramilitary organization in the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany. For other uses, see SS disambiguation.

Sturmabteilung SA Stabswache. Main article: Ideology of the SS. Main article: Adolf Hitler's bodyguard. Further information: Bandenbekämpfung.

Main article: Units and commands of the Schutzstaffel. Main article: SS Medical Corps. See also: Waffen-SS foreign volunteers and conscripts.

Main article: Uniforms and insignia of the Schutzstaffel. See also: Runic insignia of the Schutzstaffel. Main article: Austrian SS.

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Der Ort des Terrors: Geschichte der nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager vol. Munich: Beck. Nazism and War. New York: Modern Library. Intelligence and National Security.

Hitler's Foreign Divisions: — London: Amber. Potomac Books. Gazecie Wyborczej in Polish. Agora SA. Archived from the original on 7 September Retrieved 30 December New York: Praeger Publishers.

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Für die SS zahlte sich ihr Handeln institutionell aus. Damit war die SS nur noch weisungsgebunden an Hitler. Nominell war er dem Reichsinnenminister Wilhelm Frick nachgeordnet, faktisch führte die SS die deutsche Polizei eigenständig.

Mit dem Aufbau der Sicherheitspolizei und des späteren Reichssicherheitshauptamtes und der Unterstellung der Ordnungspolizei sowie dem Ausbau der SS-eigenen militärischen Verbände wurde die besondere Stellung der SS im Nationalsozialismus konsolidiert.

Die SS war innerhalb der auseinanderdriftenden NS- Polykratie , die von der Zerfaserung staatlicher Macht zugunsten von Parteistrukturen und Hitler persönlich verantwortlichen Einzelpersonen wie Reichskommissaren oder Gauleitern geprägt war, ein Element der Zentralisierung, das in direkte Konkurrenz zu Partei und Staat treten konnte.

Als Heinrich Himmler auch Nachfolger des Reichsinnenministers Wilhelm Frick wurde, wurde offiziell deutlich, dass das staatliche Reichsinnenministerium eher in die SS integriert wurde als die SS in die normale Exekutive des Staates.

Die SS wurde mit der Zerschlagung des Widerstandes beauftragt. Der Chef des Reichssicherheitshauptamtes , Reinhard Heydrich , wurde später stellvertretender Reichsprotektor des besetzten Gebietes.

Trotz allen Differenzen innerhalb der verzweigten SS-Organisationsstruktur blieb die SS auf ein einheitliches ideologisches Ziel ausgerichtet.

Die militärische und ideologische Schulung unterschied nicht, ob die Führungskräfte in der SS-Verwaltung, an der militärischen Front, im SD oder in den Konzentrationslagern eingesetzt werden sollten.

Als Freiwilligentruppe hochmotiviert, mit einer den Wehrmachtverbänden in der Regel überlegenen Ausrüstung, wurden diese Eliteeinheiten oft an den gefährlichsten Einsatzorten verwendet.

Der Kampfwert der Waffen-SS ist nicht einheitlich zu bewerten. Während Wehrmachtskommandeure im Frankreichfeldzug von ihren Einheiten nicht begeistert waren, weil Ausbildungsmängel und waghalsige Kampfweise zu starken Verlusten geführt hatten, bewährten sie sich später besser, dies allerdings nicht einheitlich, da die Einheiten der Waffen-SS dafür zu verschieden waren.

Eliteverbände standen neben schnell aufgestellten und schlecht ausgerüsteten Verbänden. Eine nicht unbedeutende Rolle spielte aber auch die Beteiligung der SS an Verbrechen — ihre Soldaten wussten, dass sie in der Kriegsgefangenschaft Rache und Schlechterbehandlung zu erwarten hatten, und kämpften besonders in der Endphase des Krieges entsprechend.

Albanien aufgestellt. Im Ergebnis stammte rund die Hälfte der insgesamt rund Zahlreiche Hinrichtungen und Massaker folgten, Wehrmachtsoldaten waren oftmals Zeugen dieser Hinrichtungen.

Bei der Wehrmacht kooperierten insbesondere die Feldgendarmerie und die Geheime Feldpolizei diese war stark mit einberufenem Personal der Sicherheitspolizei durchsetzt mit der SS und ihren Einsatzgruppen.

Im weiteren Verlauf des Zweiten Weltkriegs verübten die vom Reichssicherheitshauptamt aufgebauten und geführten Einsatzgruppen unter Einbezug von Einheiten der Waffen-SS und der Ordnungspolizei und auch in Zusammenarbeit mit der Wehrmacht und einheimischen Hilfstruppen zahllose Kriegsverbrechen wie Massenexekutionen von Zivilisten in Vernichtungskrieg und Holocaust , Folterung und Ermordung von Kriegsgefangenen und die Vertreibung zahlreicher Menschen aus besetzten Gebieten im Gefolge ethnischer Säuberungen.

Das Vorgehen der SS war derart barbarisch, dass es anfangs selbst der Wehrmacht als inakzeptabel erschien.

Herleitbar ist der Unterschied daraus, dass die SS in Stufen die Methoden zur Vernichtung experimentell radikalisierte und dabei regionaler und persönlicher Ehrgeiz eine Rolle spielte.

Trawniki durchgeführt. Der elitäre Charakter zeigte sich in den rassebiologischen und weltanschaulichen Kriterien, die erfüllt werden mussten, um der SS angehören zu können.

Im April befanden sich bereits über Die frühen, improvisierten Haftorte und Konzentrationslager wurden — mit Ausnahme des KZ Dachau — nach und nach geschlossen.

Die SS bildete ihren Führernachwuchs selbständig an diversen eigenen Schulen aus. In den Schulen der SS, des SD und der Sicherheitspolizei wurde auf ein elitäres und ideologisch gefestigtes Selbstverständnis im Sinne nationalsozialistischer Weltanschauung geachtet.

Die militärische und ideologische Schulung der Offiziersanwärter dort unterschied initial nicht, ob die Führungskräfte in der SS-Verwaltung, in der Waffen-SS, im SD, bei der Sicherheitspolizei oder in den Konzentrationslagern eingesetzt werden sollten — spätere dauerhafte oder zeitweilige Versetzungen und Wechsel zwischen den Verwendungen waren üblich und im Hinblick auf Einsatzerfahrungen und Mittäterschaft auch erwünscht.

Die SS gründete zahlreiche Firmen, u. Mit über Sie arbeitete eng mit dem Sicherheitsdienst zusammen. Daneben nutzte die SS die Popularität des Sportes.

Nach den Olympischen Spielen begann sie mit dem Aufbau eines eigenen Olympiakaders von quasi- Staatsamateuren , um bei den nächsten Olympischen Spielen die Mehrzahl der deutschen Olympiamannschaft zu stellen.

Als Heinrich Himmler am 6. Ihr Höchststand lag Ende bei Die bewaffnete SS entwickelte sich erst während des Krieges zu einem quantitativ bedeutsamen Faktor.

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