Thursday, March 28, 2013

Nazis singing to encourage a boycott of the allegedly Jewish-founded Woolworths, 1933

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Woolworth later fired all jewish employees and got the "Adefa Zeichen", a seal for companies who where "pure Arian". They then had these signs at their front door. These Nazis are Sturmarbteilung, which had actual rank and uniform regs. The SA was later overshadowed by the other paramilitary arm of the Nazi party, the Schutzstaffel, the infamous SS. The SA did indeed have a uniform and rank style guide, titled Deutsche Uniformen. As can be readily guessed, the Nazis were pretty keen on uniforms, regulations, ranks, and the like. The party itself had a similar, but separate rank and uniform structure. All of this separate, of course, from the rank and uniforms of the German military, and separate from the rank and uniforms of the SS.

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