Ernst Julius Günther Röhm (German: [ɛʁnst ˈʁøːm]; 28 November 1887 – 1 July 1934) was a German military officer and an early member of the Nazi Party. As one of the members of its predecessor, the German Workers' Party , he was a close friend and early ally of Adolf Hitler .
Ernst Röhm, Röhm also spelled Roehm, (born November 28, 1887, Munich, Germany—died July 1, 1934, Munich-Stadelheim), German army officer and chief organizer of Adolf Hitler’s Storm Troopers (Sturmabteilung, or SA; Brownshirts). Feared as a rival by Hitler, he was murdered at the Führer’s order.
Ernst Röhm, an early member of the Nazi party and close ally of Hitlers, was the Party's chief of staff and commander of the Sturmabteilung. Though he was a friend and ally, Hitler feared Röhm's military influence and so plotted to have him executed.
November 1887 in München; † 1. Juli 1934 in München-Stadelheim) war ein deutscher Offizier, Politiker ( NSDAP) und Kampfbundführer. Röhm war langjähriger Führer der Sturmabteilung (SA) und kurze Zeit im Kabinett Hitler Reichsminister ohne Portefeuille.
Ernst Julius Gunther Röhm (28 November 1887 ; in Munich,Bavaria,Germany– 1 July 1934 ; in Munich, Bavaria, Germany) was a leader and co-founder of the German Sturmabteilung, the Stormtroopers. He also was a member of the German Reichstag , where he was a minister from 1933 to 1934.
Throughout the period of Hitler's rise to power, Ernst Röhm represented the militant wing of the Nazi Party as the chief organizer of the party militia known as the S.A. (Sturmabteilung) or the Brownshirts. Wounded three times in World War I, he later was one of the original founders of the Nazi Party.
Ernst Röhm, the highest-ranking gay Nazi, presents an interesting study in the construction and containment of masculinity by the right. A man in make-up and pearls condemning transgender people may seem counterintuitive, but Milo Yiannopoulos is hardly the first gay reactionary.
Born in Munich in 1887, Ernst Röhm joined the German army as a teenager and served in World War I. He became acquainted with Adolf Hitler in 1919. Hitler shrewdly took note of Röhm's intensely militaristic nature, his experience in the war and the fact that he was the leader of an extreme right-wing paramilitary organization called the ...
Ernst Röhm (1887–1934) was one of the early leaders of the Nazi Party and built up its paramilitary wing, the Sturmabteilung (SA), which violently attacked communists and other perceived enemies of the German people.
Ernst Julius Günther Röhm was a Nazi Party member and an officer in the German military. Before the Nazi Party, he had served as a member of its predecessor, the German Workers' Party. He and Adolf Hitler were close friends and allies during the latter’s rise to power.