- n. historical The internal security force of Nazi Germany; the SS.
- n. A division or corps of this force.
- From German Schutzstaffel. (Wiktionary)
“Although retrospectively we think of the SS as being the distinctively National Socialist branch of the German military, in 1933, it was still, as the name Schutzstaffel indicates, simply an armed bodyguard.”
“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.”
“In 1925 Adolf Hitler formed his own personal bodyguard called the Schutzstaffel (SS).”
“According to Wikipedia, SS stands for "Schutzstaffel," which literally means "protective squad.”
“Schutzstaffel (SS) tried to set up a fight between him, a tiny flyweight fellow, and a tall dying guy, whom they hoped hed kill with one blow.”
“It was considered a henious act during WW2 to target medics and we were outraged at the Japanese and the Schutzstaffel for doing do.”
“The Reader traces the relationship through the years between a female Schutzstaffel (SS) guard and a man whom she seduced when she was in her mid-thirties and he was but fifteen.”
“Of course, von Campe picked up that false "civil security force" ball, noting that "Hitler created the Storm Troopers, S.A., and the Schutzstaffel (protective squad), or S.S. Both had the task to silence the opposition.”
“Heinrich Luitpold Himmler (October 7, 1900 – May 23, 1945) was a Nazi German politician and head of the Schutzstaffel (SS).”
“Note in general: please use USSA instead of USA, referring of course, to Hitler's own personal bodyguard called the Schutzstaffel.”
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