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  Horst Wessel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wessel refused to pay rent for his girlfriend, a prostitute (according to some accounts, a former prostitute reformed by Wessel); since the landlady was herself subletting to Wessel, she feared she would lose the rights to her apartment because a prostitute was living there.
The Communists portrayed Wessel as a pimp, while the Nazis claimed he had actually saved his girlfriend from a life of prostitution by introducing her to the Nazi Party and its values.
The Berlin district of Friedrichshain, where Wessel died, was renamed Horst Wessel during the Nazi regime.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Horst Wessel Lied
The Horst Wessel Lied ("Horst Wessel Song"), also known as Die Fahne Hoch ("The flag on high", from its opening line), was the anthem of the NSDAP of Germany, chosen to glorify Horst Wessel as a Nazi martyr.
Horst Wessel (September 9, 1907 in Bielefeld –; February 23, 1930 in Berlin) was a German Nazi known for being the author of lyrics to the song Die Fahne hoch (Horst Wessel Lied) and for being glorified by the Nazi regime as a martyr of the early years of the movement.
Horst wessel (september 9, 1907, in bielefeld - february 23, 1930, in berlin), the son of a pastor, abandoned his studies of law in 1926...
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 Horst Wessel - Wikipedia
De Duitser Horst Wessel (Bielefeld 9 september 1907 – Berlijn 23 februari 1930) werd bekend als de schrijver van de tekst van het zogeheten Horst-Wessellied dat na zijn dood de officiële partijhymne van de NSDAP werd, de nazi-partij van Hitler.
De ouders van Horst Wessel waren keizersgezind en zijn vader was een luthers geestelijke.
Geheel in deze denktrant viel de begrafenis van Horst Wessel dan ook bijzonder grote aandacht ten deel, waarbij kosten nog moeite gespaard werden om de nieuwe 'volksheld' aan het volk als lichtend voorbeeld voor te houden.
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 Horst Wessel
Horst Wessel was born September 9, 1907, in Bielefeld, Germany.
The son of a pastor, Wessel dropped out of law school in 1926 and defied his mother by joining the Nazi Brownshirt paramilitary in the final days of the Weimar Republic.
Some months before he died, Wessel had written the verses to what would become the "Horst Wessel Lied" but it first gained popular currency when a choir of Stormtroopers performed it at his funeral.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/Wessel.html   (428 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Horst Wessel
The Horst Wessel Lied was the anthem of the Nazi Party of Germany, chosen to glorify Horst Wessel as a Nazi martyr.
Horst Wessel (September 9, 1907, in Bielefeld - February 23, 1930 in Berlin) was the son of a pastor who abandoned his studies of law in 1926 to join the Nazi Brownshirt paramilitary in the final days of the Weimar Republic.
# Wessel refused to pay rent for his girlfriend, a prostitute (according to some accounts, a former prostitute reformed by Wessel); since the landlady was herself subletting to Wessel, she feared she would lose the rights to her apartment because a prostitute was living there.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Horst-Wessel   (1558 words)

  
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Horst Wessel: his life and times in brief Horst Wessel, born Horstludwig Wessel on 9 October 1907 in Bielefeld, was the first of three children (Ingeborg and Werner being the other two) to Pastor Dr Wilhelm Ludwig Georg Wessel and Luise Margarete (née Richter).
During the period 1906-08 Pastor Wessel was incumbent at the Pauluskirche in Biele-feld, and from 1908-13 ministered at the Petrikirche in Mülheim in the Ruhrgebiet.
In March1929 Horst Wessel, to whom the song “Vorbei, vorbei...” was apparently known from the occasional singing of it by one of his SA men, seemingly used this text as a model for his “Die Fahne hoch!”, and in line with the models he used for his other songs, e.g.
www.george-broderick.de /ns_docs/ns-horst_wessel_lied.doc   (15779 words)

  
 Horst Wessel - Wikipedia
Wessels Eltern blieben auch nach der Novemberrevolution 1918 stets kaiserlich gesinnt, sein Vater war evangelischer Geistlicher.
Januar 1930 wurde Wessel von mehreren Mitgliedern des kommunistischen Roten Frontkämpferbundes in seiner Wohnung überfallen.
Nach der Machtübernahme wurde der Berliner Stadtbezirk Friedrichshain in Horst-Wessel-Stadt umbenannt, er trug den Namen bis 1945.
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 dead
On 14th January of 1.930, commanded by the bean Else Cohn, a group directed by Ali Höher (32), she made formal appearance in the study of Horst Wessel, in which she lived with his companion Erna Järnicke.
Horst was sat down and heard to ask for him the he received several firings to turn around, being lowered by a shot in the jaw.The projectile tore refuge Wessel jawbone and tongue away.
But the Wednesday 20th he start to have convulsion, the doctor put him oxygen and he start to delirious When she came back with fifteen of the comrades most loyal of Horst Wessel, was lying in the unconscious bed already, with the closed eyes, and to breathe heavily.
horstwessel.iespana.es /dead.htm   (1098 words)

  
 Horst-Wessel-Lied - Wikipedia
Die von Wessel bewusst oder unbewusst eingesetzten archaisierenden Stilelemente, wie zum Beispiel der „R“-Stabreim der ersten Strophe (bei Reihen, ruhig, Kam'raden, Rotfront, Reaktion und wiederum Reihen) wurden, insbesondere in der Kombination mit einer Abkürzung des modernen Sprachgebrauchs (SA), als Stilbruch empfunden.
Wessel verzichtet auf dieses sehr bekannte Stilmittel, um das Reimschema nicht brechen zu müssen, riskiert aber dadurch eine unfreiwillig komische Antiklimax.
Wessels Worte kombinieren diese beiden bereits etablierten Wendungen in einer Weise, die zwar bekannte Assoziationen und Emotionen wecken soll, aber stilistisch wenig überzeugt, zumal aus metrischen Gründen zwei Mal die Präposition für eingeschoben wurde.
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 Horst Wessel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Horst Wessel (September 9, 1907, in Bielefeld - February 23, 1930 in Berlin)was the son of a pastor who abandoned his studies of law in 1926 to join the Nazi Brownshirt paramilitary in the final days of the WeimarRepublic.
The Communistsportrayed Wessel as a pimp, while the Nazis claimed he had actually saved his girlfriend from a life of prostitution byintroducing her to the Nazi Party and its values.
Some months before he died, Wessel had written the verses to what would become the " Horst Wessel Lied " but it first gained popular currency when a choir of Stormtroopers performed it at hisfuneral.
www.therfcc.org /horst-wessel-104996.html   (403 words)

  
 Horst Wessel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Horst Wessel was born in Bielfield Germany on 9 september 1907.
After his death it became the marching song of the SA and was later raised to the status of a National Anthem sung at public meetings and used as a musical background to the Nuremberg rallies of the 30's.
His death, and the song he'd written, were a propaganda windfall for Dr. Joseph Goebbels, who turned Horst Wessel- a young man who had died as a result of a dispute over a prostitute, into a martyr of the National-Socialist cause.
www.adolfhitler.ws /lib/nsdap/Wessel.html   (447 words)

  
 de.indymedia.org | Horst Wessel: Demontage eines Mythos
Horst Wessel wollte nach seiner Rückkehr in der ‚Jugendpflege’ aktiv werden, aber die Berliner HJ war noch unbedeutend klein.
Horst Wessel musste sich in der Zwischenzeit persönlich verändert haben, in wenigen Wochen war er vom smarten Studenten zum Alphamännchen eines ständig wachsenden Haufens aus Straßenschlägern, Kleinkriminellen und allen möglichen Rabauken geworden.
Schade, zu Horst Wessels ließe sich sicherlich wesentlich mehr herausholen, was auch richtungsweisend in unserer Zeit wäre.
germany.indymedia.org /2003/10/63239.shtml   (5125 words)

  
 Horst Wessel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Horst Wessel was one of the "martyrs" of the Nazi movement, though the circumstances of his death were not particularly edifying.
Horst Wessel is the model of National Socialism.
Horst Wessel's lips fell silent, but his song became the song of the Aryan Revolution, the song of the Aryan the Revolution brought about.
www.aryan-nations.org /From_the_Desk/horst_wessel.htm   (657 words)

  
 Britain.tv Wikipedia - Horst Wessel
Goebbels organized a public funeral for the new "martyr"?title=to the Nazi cause, and 30,000 people lined the streets of Berlin to see the procession.
Some months before he died, Wessel had written the verses to what would become the "Horst-Wessel-Lied"?title=but it first gained popular currency when a choir of Stormtroopers performed it at his funeral.
It was later recorded, and in 1931 it became the official anthem of the Nazi Party, played alongside "Deutschland über Alles"?title=at all official occasions.
www.britain.tv /wikipedia.php?title=Horst_Wessel   (610 words)

  
 The Horst Wessel Song
Wessel dropped out of law school and defied his mother by joining the Nazis, becoming an SA storm trooper.
Joseph Goebbels, the Nazis' propaganda chief, claimed Wessel was murdered by a Communist, and made him a martyr in the party's struggle with their Communist opponents.
A poem Wessel had written was put to music and became the marching song of the SA and later the official song of the Nazi Party and unofficial national anthem of Germany.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/Holocaust/wessel.html   (234 words)

  
 Horst wessel lied - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
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www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/horst_wessel_lied   (188 words)

  
 Dr. Omed's Tent Show Revival
Horst Wessel was born 9th September 1907 in Bielefeld, Germany.
Wessel inadvertently became a martyr in the Nazi party's struggle with their Communist opponents.
A poem Wessel had written was put to music and became the marching song of the SA and later the official song of the Nazi Party.
blogs.salon.com /0002296/2005/01/13.html   (280 words)

  
 Horst Wessel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Horst Wessel (September 9 1907 in Bielefeld - February 23 1930 in Berlin) was the son of a pastor abandoned his studies of law in 1926 to join the Nazi Brownshirt paramilitary in the final days of Weimar Republic.
The Communists portrayed Wessel as a while the Nazis claimed he had actually his girlfriend from a life of prostitution introducing her to the Nazi Party and values.
Some months before he died Wessel had the verses to what would become the Horst Wessel Lied " but it first gained popular currency a choir of Stormtroopers performed it at funeral.
www.freeglossary.com /Horst_Wessel   (557 words)

  
 Horst Wessel
Horst Wessel föddes 1907 och var son till en präst. Efter juridikstudierna i Berlin anslöt han sig till nationalsocialisterna 1926.
Horst Wessel blev ledare för en avdelning inom SA (Sturmabteilungen) och deltog med brunskjortorna i blodiga gatustrider mot de röda.
Goebbels kom sedan att använda sig av Horst Wessel och hans död i propagandasyfte.
www.vitabussar.se /horst_wessel.htm   (173 words)

  
 Fourth Generation
WESSEL TER HORST was born on 20 Jul 1782 in AALTEN, GE.
ROELOF TER HORST was born on 12 Dec 1790 in AALTEN, GE.
WESSEL SOMSEN was born on 29 Jul 1770 in AALTEN, GE.
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 Horst Wessel - Bedeutung, Definition, Erklärung im netlexikon
Horst Wessel verstarb nach langem Leiden im Krankenhaus an einer Blutvergiftung, nachdem er von Albrecht Höhler, dem angeblichen früheren Zuhälter seiner Freundin Erna Jänicke, einer ehemaligen Prostituierten, am 14.
Das Röhrenwerk Mülheim von Horst A. Wessel (Broschiert) für EUR 17,90
Geschichte der Elektrotechnik, Bd.10, Elektrotechnik für mehr Lebensqualität von Horst A. Wessel (Broschiert) für EUR 19,90
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 Horst Wessel -- Horst Wessel (Bielefeld, 9 oktober 1907 - 23 februari 1930) ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Horst Wessel -- Horst Wessel (Bielefeld, 9 oktober 1907 - 23 februari 1930)...
Horst Wessel (Bielefeld, 9 oktober 1907 - 23 februari 1930) werd bekend als de schrijver van de tekst van het zogeheten Horst-Wessellied, dat na zijn dood de officiële partijhymne van de NSDAP werd.
horst wessel lied horst wessel lied afterwards men.
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 Rudolf Hess Speech (13 June 1935)
Background: Horst Wessel was one of the "martyrs" of the Nazi movement, though the circumstances of his death were not particularly edifying.
This ship is to bear the name of the poet and fighter at the front lines of the German revolution, "Horst Wessel," just as its sister ship the Gorch Fock bears the name of the poet and fighter in the war at sea.
Horst Wessel's lips fell silent, but his song became the song of the German Revolution, the song of the Germany the Revolution brought about.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/hess3.htm   (737 words)

  
 Axis History Factbook: 18. SS Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Division Horst Wessel
SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Division Horst Wessel was formed around a cadre from 1.
It was used for anti-partisan duties until it was sent to the Eastern front, with the exeption of one regiment that fought the Slovak uprising Aug 1944.
The "Horst Wessel" cuff title was authorized for this unit.
www.axishistory.com /index.php?id=1936   (161 words)

  
 Horst Wessel (1907 - 1930) - Find A Grave Memorial
Horst Wessel was a leader of the German Nazi Sturmabteilungen (SA - Storm Troopers) in Berlin.
The only marker on the Wessel plot is that of his father Ludwig, badly damaged.
Wessel was famous for his poem "Die Fahne Hoch" (Raise High the Flag) which was set to music and became the unofficial Nazi marching anthem.
findagrave.com /cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22156&.../b>+Wessel   (166 words)

  
 Axis History Forum :: View topic - Horst Wessel?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Horst Wessels gravestone has been removed and even his fathers grave is vandalized by leftists.
Horst Wessel is portrayed as a pimp and misfit by some historians.
Horst Wessel was neither a thug nor a pimp.
forum.axishistory.com /viewtopic.php?p=576754#576754   (975 words)

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