This was a radical departure from long-standing German practice that law enforcement was a state and local matter. Himmler and Heydrich wanted to extend the power of the SS; thus, they urged Hitler to form a national police force overseen by the SS, to guard Nazi Germany against its many enemies at the time—real and imagined.
Heydrich drew up a set of proposals and Himmler sent him to meet with Frick. However, he lost his job, was unable to find employment as an agronomist, and had to move in with his parents in Munich. Frustrated by these failures, he became ever more irritable, aggressive, and opinionated, alienating both friends and family members.
The performance of the eastern Waffen-SS units was, as a whole, sub-standard. Thus, the camps became a mechanism for social and racial engineering.
Strasser appointed Himmler deputy propaganda chief in January The laws also deprived so-called "non-Aryans" of the benefits of German citizenship. Some converted to Christianity.
One of his first responsibilities was to organise SS participants at the Nuremberg Rally that September. However, as he learned more about Hitler through his reading, he began to regard him as a useful face of the party,   and he later admired and even worshipped him.
Nominally under the authority of Himmler, the Waffen-SS developed a fully militarised structure of command and operations. His brother, Gebhard, served on the western front and saw combat, receiving the Iron Cross and eventually being promoted to lieutenant. Not content with military power alone, Himmler attempted to set up an autonomous SS industrial empire.
Himmler was a highly effective administrator and a ruthless and adroit power seeker who was slavishly devoted to Hitler until the final weeks of the war. Between 85 and members of the SA leadership and other political adversaries, including Gregor Strasser, were killed between 30 June and 2 July in these actions, known as the Night of the Long Knives.
Travelling all over Bavaria agitating for the party, he gave speeches and distributed literature. The coalition government of the Weimar Republic was unable to improve the economy, so many voters turned to the political extreme, which included the NSDAP.
German soldiers dressed in Polish uniforms undertook border skirmishes which deceptively suggested Polish aggression against Germany. On 31 DecemberHimmler introduced the "marriage order", which required SS men wishing to marry to produce family trees proving that both families were of Aryan descent to It called for the Baltic StatesPoland, Western Ukraineand Byelorussia to be conquered and resettled by ten million German citizens.
Under the auspices of the SS Economy and Administration Head Office, this holding company owned housing corporations, factories, and publishing houses. He also unsuccessfully commanded two army groups.
Captured by the Western Allies, he committed suicide by taking poison.For example, the SS Guard’s Heinrich Himmler took management over the medical routines conducted before and after the travels and political rallies that the leader of the Third Reich attended to.
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