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The Nazis were very good at eating it's young; here is but one of many stories from assorted German and Austrian newspapers that illustrated that point:

"The Hitlerites, it alleges, have their own Army, police, and courts functioning independently of the constituted authorities, even defying those authorities, and passing death sentences by secret tribunals."
"In Dresden dwelt a 'shock-troop division' man named Herbert Hentsch (1907 - 1933) whose body was found not so long ago."
"Various circumstances suggest that comrades of the dead young man within the Nazi ranks put him out of the way..."

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The Murder of SA Stormtrooper Herbert Hentsch (Literary Digest, 1933)

The Murder of SA Stormtrooper Herbert Hentsch (Literary Digest, 1933)

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