Sturmabteilung

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Sturmabteilung

(ˈʃtʊrmˈaptailʊŋ)
n
(Historical Terms) the full name of the Nazi SA
[literally: storm division]
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Noun1.Sturmabteilung - Nazi militia created by Hitler in 1921 that helped him to power but was eclipsed by the SS after 1943Sturmabteilung - Nazi militia created by Hitler in 1921 that helped him to power but was eclipsed by the SS after 1943
militia, reserves - civilians trained as soldiers but not part of the regular army
Brownshirt - a member of the Nazi SA which wore brown uniforms
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Try to imagine a tiny female Nazi stormtrooper wearing a modest, plain Indian sari).
It sounds more like what you'd expect from a Nazi stormtrooper rather than a British Paratrooper.
CAKED in mud in a Normandy field, Nazi stormtrooper Heinrich Steinmeyer clambered out of his foxhole, handed his rifle to a Scots Guard and surrendered.
Modern Action Man looks like he works out at Paul Burrell's gym, enjoys the films of Liza Minelli, and fights evil Doctor X from the saddle of his BMX bike; real Action Man could be dressed as anything from a Nazi Stormtrooper to a deep sea diver and would undoubtedly kick sand into his replacement's face.
Consider the Nazi stormtrooper who spends all day killing Jews but makes sure he's home in time to tuck in his children and read them a bedtime story.
All in all, there is something all too reminiscent of the Nazi stormtrooper in McCormack's zeal to transform us "civilians" into superstars.
Elfriede said Rosemarie lived in total fear of her husband, whose father is thought to have been a Nazi stormtrooper who died fighting for Adolf Hitler.
For fairly obvious reasons we prefer to see British, American and Allied uniforms and we would not be happy to admit a Jack-booted Nazi stormtrooper with swastika armband.
FINALIST Rhydian Roberts dresses as a Nazi stormtrooper in a photograph he would rather forget.
One of the royals dressed as a Nazi stormtrooper, but that does not make him a Nazi.
Col Kemp, who commanded all British troops in Afghanistan, said of the inquiry findings: "It sounds more like what you'd expect from a Nazi stormtrooper than a British Paratrooper.
Retired Col Kemp said of the inquiry findings: "It sounds more like what you'd expect from a Nazi stormtrooper than a British Paratrooper.