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  Gregor Strasser
Gregor Strasser was an early leader of the German National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, abbreviated NSDAP) or Nazi Party.
Strasser was a member of the Freikorps, until he joined the NSDAP and became a leading member of the Sturm Abteilung (SA) (Stormtroopers).
Strasser was a committed socialist and social radical as was Ernst Röhm.
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Gregor Strasser was born on May 31, 1892 in Geisenfeld, a town in the northern part of Germany.
Strasser was one of the early members of the National Socialist Party, which later merged with the German Workers' Party to become the National Socialist German Workers' (or Nazi) Party.
Strasser was badly wounded, but was still alive when, finally, one of the attackers opened the door and shot Strasser at point blank range, killing him.
www.cbs.com /specials/rise_of_evil/cast/strasser.shtml   (205 words)

 Gregor Strasser - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gregor Strasser (variant German spelling Straßer) (May 31, 1892, Geisenfeld, Germany - June 30, 1934, Berlin) was a politician of the German Nazi Party (NSDAP).
Strasser took part in World War I, rising to the rank of First Lieutenant, and was decorated with the Iron Cross, First and Second Class.
In a special part of the high treason trial against Adolf Hitler, Strasser was sentenced to one and a half years of Festungshaft (confinement in a fortress, which was regarded as an honorable detention in the German Empire) in Landsberg Prison by Volksgericht München I in April 1924.
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 Gregor Strasser
Gregor Strasser was born at Geisenfeld on 31t May, 1892.
Strasser was a member of the Freikorps before joining the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP).
On 30th June 1934 Strasser was arrested by the Gestapo as part of the Night of the Long Knives operation.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /GERstrasser.htm   (684 words)

 Biographie: Gregor Strasser, 1892-1934
Nach der Reorganisation der NSDAP wird Strasser zum Parteileiter in Norddeutschland ernannt, gründet die Berliner Abteilung der Sturmabteilung (SA) und übernimmt gemeinsam mit seinem Bruder Otto Strasser den nationalsozialistischen "Kampf-Verlag".
Januar: Auf einer Tagung der nord- und westdeutschen Gauleiter unternimmt er gemeinsam mit Joseph Goebbels den Versuch, sich von der süddeutschen Parteileitung zu distanzieren, wobei er in einen scharfen Gegensatz zu Adolf Hitler gerät.
Juni: Gregor Strasser wird während des sogenannten Röhm-Putsches in Berlin erschossen.
www.dhm.de /lemo/html/biografien/StrasserGregor/index.html   (244 words)

 Strasser, Gregor - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
STRASSER, GREGOR [Strasser, Gregor], 1892-1934, German political leader.
In 1932 he was placed in charge of party organization, but Hitler, fearful of an alliance between Strasser and the German Chancellor Kurt von Schleicher, soon outmaneuvered Strasser and forced him to resign his party membership.
In 1934, Strasser was murdered during Hitler's purge of political rivals.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-strasser.html   (224 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Gregor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Strasser, Gregor STRASSER, GREGOR [Strasser, Gregor], 1892-1934, German political leader.
While Gregor Mendel first presented his findings on the statistical laws governing the transmission of certain traits from generation to generation in 1856, it was not until the discovery and detailed study of the chromosome and the
Joining this police farce could be a smart move or an utter disaster but, either way, I don't care; A change of character is a risky move yet Gregor Fisher is excited by a show that will either be boom or bust for him.
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 Nemesis? The Story of Otto Strasser
Gregor Strasser was for a time lord of Lower Bavaria, but as he was an apothecary by day, and could only become a Free Corps leader by night, he took a helper, a young man called Heinrich Himmler.
Gregor Strasser tactfully slurred over these things, stating that he was not a candidate against Hitler for the leadership, but was concerned to improve the organization in North Germany, which had been entrusted to him.
Gregor's motive was always the same; he believed that the National Socialist movement was good and that the only fault was one of tactics, which could later be corrected; he did not believe that anything fundamental was wrong with the party.
www.douglasreed.co.uk /nemesis.html   (20578 words)

Otto Johann Maximilian Strasser (September 10, 1897 - August 27, 1974) was a German politician and left-wing member of the Nazi party who rejected Adolf Hitler's ideas and formed his own faction, along with his brother, Gregor Strasser.
Humiliated, he nonetheless, along with his brother Gregor, continued as a leading Left Nazi until expelled by Hitler in 1930.
Strasser settled first in Switzerland in 1938 and then, in 1940, he went to Bermuda by way of Portugal, leaving a wife and two children behind in Switzerland.
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 Joseph Goebbels
Strasser, the head of the social-revolutionary North German wing.
Placed at the head of a small, conflict-ridden organization, Goebbels rapidly succeeded in taking control and undermining the supremacy Strasser in northern Germany and his monopoly of the Party press, founding in 1927 his own weekly newspaper, Der Angriff (The Attack).
He designed posters, published his own propaganda, staged impressive parades, organized his bodyguards to participate in street battles, beer-hall brawls and shooting affrays as a means to further his political agitation.
goebbels.8k.com   (1362 words)

 Museum of Tolerance Multimedia Learning Center
The scandals in Esser's private life led other Nazi's, especially the Strasser brothers and Goebbels, to call for his exclusion from the Party.
Gregor Strasser called his behavior egoistic and unvolkisch, while Otto Strasser compared him to Julius Streicher as two 'sexual perverts' and 'demagogues of the worst kind'.
Even Alfred Rosenberg, who did not share the Strassers' 'revolutionary' ideas, held Esser in contempt and threatened to sue him for libel, dropping the suit at last moment so as not to harm the Party.
motlc.learningcenter.wiesenthal.org /text/x07/xr0706.html   (774 words)

 Hitler vs. the Strassers - OD Board
If one reads the material of the Strasser brothers or their allies it will be easy to note that outside of praise for the economics of Lenin and Stalin little else is to be found.
Otto Strasser admits in his book "flight from terror" that he was funded by jew industrialist Otto Wolff and Max Cohen who led armed resistance to Hitler wrote at lenght about his conections with the Strasserites from '33-'35 in his book "Men Against Hitler".
He seems to think Strasser's had a position that made some ideological sense, but in practice that the differences between it and Bolshevism were lost on a lot of his followers.
www.originaldissent.com /forums/showthread.php?t=9037   (6051 words)

 TIME.com: Conspirator -- Aug. 26, 1940 -- Page 1
Strasser fought through all four years of World War I. He led the workers' militia against the generals who tried to over throw the Weimar Republic in the Kapp Putsch.
Brother Gregor, whose secretary was Heinrich Himmler, converted reluctant Brother Otto to the Nazi cause.
Otto Strasser escaped from the Third Reich, continued his plotting abroad, was last reported captured in France by the Nazis, who denied they had him.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,764511,00.html   (666 words)

Gregor Strasser, the leading figure among the radicals, would like to depose Hugenberg as party leader, but knows he doesn't have enough support.
Strasser is in disgrace, Ernst Röhm now heads a breakaway faction of the German National Party, and Joseph Goebbels keeps urging him to arrange a coalition government with Heinrich Bruening's Catholic Center Party.
Gregor Strasser was President of the Brandenburg Bundestag.
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Thus in Germany, national-bolshevism designated the movement led by the Strasser brothers, and represented the left wing of the NSDAP (Nazi Party).
Gregor Strasser, a trainee chemist, joined in the post-World War 1 period first the D AP then the NSDAP.
His first years as a militant were deeply rooted for him in the themes that he would develop later; social inequality, extreme misery after the war, the humiliation of Germany, revolutionary fervour...
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 The Crucial Years 1931 - 1933 Part 2
While he was congratulating himself on persuading the Nazi Party no.2, Gregor Strasser, to join the cabinet, together with the Nationalist leader, Hugenberg, Hitler was befriending the President's son, Oskar, and through him influencing the father.
Despite the assurances that Strasser and Hugenberg had both given to Hindenberg that they would work with Schleicher, in the end neither did join the Cabinet and Schleicher had only one card left to play.
He went to see Hindenburg on 23rd January, asking for the establishment of what amounted to a military dictatorship as he and, it appeared, no one else was able to form the coalition that was needed.
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 Amazon.com: Gregor Strasser and the Rise of Nazism: Books: Peter D. Stachura   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Gregor Strasser and the Rise of Nazism (Hardcover)
Stachura's survey of the life and works of Gregor Strasser turns into little more than an unabashed eulogy for the deceased Nazi leader.
Stachura does an excellent job of tackling such issues as the extent of Strasser's "Socialism", and defining shifts in the Nazi leader's political outlook earlier in the book.
www.amazon.com /Gregor-Strasser-Nazism-Peter-Stachura/dp/0049430270   (558 words)

 The Nazi "Seizure" of Power   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
On 8 December Strasser resigned from all his positions in the party unleashing a wave of great anxiety, particularly among the regional and local party leaders and among the Nazi deputies in the Reichstag.
Nor had Strasser done anything to foster an active opposition movement within the party so that Hitler was given ample opportunity of more or less reconsolidating the party's position by means of a quick redistribution of Strasser's powers as head of the NSDAP's national organization (Reichsorganisationsleiter).
When Strasser had left, Hindenburg is reported to have said: "This man is cutting a very different figure than this Hitler.
mars.vnet.wnec.edu /~grempel/courses/hitler/lectures/seizure.html   (7116 words)

 Blick: Letter - Lenin and Martov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Dahl is also mistaken in describing the Black Front as being led by Gregor Strasser.
Otto Strasser had objected to Hitler’s policy of courting support from big business, and broke away to form what he considered to be a pure Nazi movement.
Otto Strasser fled Germany after the Nazi takeover, thus avoiding the fate that befell his brother in the ‘Night of the Long Knives’ of June 1934.
www.marxists.org /history/etol/revhist/backiss/vol2/no3/lenmar.html   (688 words)

 AllRefer.com - Gregor Strasser (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Gregor Strasser (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Gregor Strasser[grA´gOr shtrAs´ur] Pronunciation Key, 1892–1934, German political leader.
More articles from AllRefer Reference on Gregor Strasser
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 question answer 5
Explain his importance in the passage (which was taken from the interview between Hitler and Strasser in 1930).
On the 7th December 1932, Gregor Strasser handed in his resignation to Hitler and joined von Schleicher with his work-creation schemes.
It is evident that he knows more about Gregor Strasser than Otto, which is not surprising considering there’s more written about him than Otto.
www.history-ontheweb.co.uk /noticeboard/noticeb_qac53.htm   (1602 words)

 SPLCenter.org: Neofascism, European Style
The ideas of the Third Position go back to, among others, brothers Otto and Gregor Strasser.
The Strassers were important early Nazi leaders who appealed to working-class Germans by advancing a pro-labor "socialism" in highly nationalistic and racist terms.
Both men had left the Nazi Party by the early 1930s, and Gregor, who earlier led the Nazi Party's left wing, was murdered on Hitler's orders in 1934.
www.splcenter.org /intel/intelreport/article.jsp?sid=207   (604 words)

 TIME.com: Hormone Judas -- Nov. 6, 1933 -- Page 1
News again last week was the broad-shouldered Judas of the Nazi Party, strap ping Gregor Strasser.
Last winter, after the Chancellorship had several times eluded Adolf Hitler's pudgy grasp, Herr Strasser, then National Organizer of the Nazi Party, decided that the fumble was likely to be permanent.
Thus confronted, the 30 deputies spurned Judas Strasser and repledged their loyalty to Leader Hitler who three weeks later became Chancellor.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,746236,00.html   (610 words)

 International Military Tribunal "Blue Series," Vol. 2, p. 193   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
People who just weren't liked very well as, for instance, Schleicher, the former Reich Chancellor, were killed.
Also Gregor Strasser, who had been the Reich Organization Leader and second man in the Party after Hitler.
Strasser, at the time he was murdered, was not active in political affairs any more; he had however separated himself from the Führer in November or December of 1932".
www.holocaust-history.org /works/imt/02/htm/t193.htm   (425 words)

 Emil Kirdorf
He was particularly worried about the views of some people in the party such as Gregor Strasser who talked about the need to redistribute wealth in Germany.
Adolf Hitler tried to reassure Kirdorf that these policies were just an attempt to gain the support of the working-class in Germany and would not be implemented once he gained power.
However, it was only after the Night of the Long Knives in 1934 when the leaders of the left-wing of the Nazi Party, such as Gregor Strasser and
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Schleicher's first responsibility was to find a way to control the National Socialists.
Knowing there was dissention within the Nazi party, he tried to capitalize on the rift and undermine Hitler's power by appointing one of Hitler's Nazi Party rivals, Gregor Strasser, as Vice Chancellor.
Schleicher's attempt failed, however, when Strasser declined the offer because Hitler accused Strasser of being a traitor to the movement and forced him to relinquish both his post in the Reichstag and the party.
www.cbs.com /specials/rise_of_evil/cast/von_schleicher.shtml   (258 words)

 USNews.com: Secrets in the Archives
In 1934, Hitler ordered the murder of his close friend, Nazi Party chief organizer Gregor Strasser.
Though the Nazis called it a suicide, Hitler told an insurance company to pay Strasser's widow 20,000 reichsmarks.
He then directed the party to reimburse the company and pay Strasser's children 6,000 reichsmarks a year until the age of 18.
www.usnews.com /usnews/culture/articles/010507/archive_001303.htm   (405 words)

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