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On July 1, 1933, four months after Hitler was appointed Reich Chancellor of Germany, "a new law regulating the production and importation of motion pictures in Germany codified the anti-Semitic actions that had already been initiated by roving gangs of brownshirts" (22).
A Redshirts B Greyshirts C Brownshirts D Blackshirts QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: Albert Einstein was born a German and died a US citizen.
They fob it off to private companies, whose only real agenda is to make money, resulting in an army of brownshirts given free rein to drag anyone off the streets they deem to be drunk or otherwise.
Whereas the one thing you can't knock Hitler for was his conviction, once Morsi and the Brotherhood came into power, they displayed the same opportunism as they did at election-time, more Egypt's answer to the Blairites than the brownshirts.
Back in 2005, former Vice President Al Gore attacked "digital brownshirts" for attempting to silence any journalists critical of President Bush.
Told by one of the Brownshirts that I can't use it.
And the things I know that have been done in every Marxist insurgency are being done in America today." Explicitly comparing the United States as governed by Barack Obama to Stalin's Soviet Union, Mao Zedong's China, and Fidel Castro's Cuba, Boykin charges that, under the guise of health reform, the Obama administration is secretly organizing a "constabulary force that will control the population in America." This new force is, he claims, designed to be larger than the United States military, and will function just as Hitler's Brownshirts once did in Germany.
11, 1938, known as Kristallnacht or the Night of Broken Glass, his sister, Ursula, a nurse, hid him in a bathtub in the hospital where she worked while Nazi brownshirts destroyed Jewish businesses and synagogues in a rampage that spread across Germany.
The old Papestrasse army barracks became a jail where Hitler's brownshirts would sadistically abuse prisoners.
The protesters had allowed the tanks into the square to help protect the Egyptian Museum from Mubarak's brownshirts. "Ever since," Cambanis wrote on his blog, "the army has tried to move them further." Demonstrators took turns blocking the machines' path to keep them from pressing forward.
Hitler's gay protege, Ernst Rohm, who historically was the leader of the Brownshirts, figures prominently in the book as the former lover of Hannah's brother and the father of a young boy, Anton.