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    Franz Pfeffer von Salomon

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  1. Wound Badge, in black. Franz Pfeffer von Salomon (19 February 1888 – 12 April 1968) during the Nazi regime known as Franz von Pfeffer, was the first Supreme Leader of the Sturmabteilung (SA) after its re-establishment in 1925. Pfeffer resigned from his SA command in 1930 and was expelled from the Nazi Party in 1941. He died in 1968.

  2. Franz Pfeffer von Salomon, meist kurz Franz von Pfeffer (* 19. Februar 1888 in Düsseldorf; † 12. April 1968 in München ), war ein deutscher Offizier und Politiker. Er war Offizier im Ersten Weltkrieg und Gutsbesitzer, Führer des „ Freikorps Westfalen“, NSDAP -Funktionär, Oberster SA-Führer und Reichstagsabgeordneter .

  3. May 22, 2017 · A biographical detail merits particular attention: three of Pfeffer’s brothers lost their lives while in military service, a forth was severely injured and became a chronic invalid and both of his parents had died in close succession in the winter of 1918/19. Thus, in the January of 1919, when Germany had lost the war, Franz Pfeffer von ...

    • Daniel Siemens
    • 2017
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  5. The new Storm Commander, Franz Pfeffer von Salomon, brought in a uniform for the SA which he had located in a warehouse in Austria and had been destined for German troops in East Africa. It ...

  6. He appointed a new commander, Franz Pfeffer von Salomon. A former Freikorps officer, von Salomon had led terrorist raids against French troops occupying Germany’s Ruhr region in 1923. Through von Salomon, Hitler hoped to restrain the independent spirit that had grown in the ranks of the SA during his imprisonment.

  7. Franz Pfeffer von Salomon (19 February 1888 – 12 April 1968) during the Nazi regime known as Franz von Pfeffer, was the first Supreme Leader of the Sturmabteilung (SA) after its re-establishment in 1925. Pfeffer resigned from his SA command in 1930 and was expelled from the Nazi Party in 1941. He died in 1968.

  8. Supreme SA Leader; Oberster SA-Führer: Longest serving Adolf Hitler 2 September 1930 – 30 April 1945. ... Franz Pfeffer von Salomon (1888–1968) 1 November 1926: