Night of Long Knives

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When did the Night of Long Knives tax place?
30th June and 2nd July 1933.
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Who was Rohm?
He was a leading rival to Hitler. He was a homosexual.
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Why were the SA purged?
Hitler saw them as too large. Caused major problems to the Nazi image. Himmler had lobbied for a chance to prove his the ** were strong.
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What happened to the SA?
The leading rivals to Hitler in the SA were killed by the **. SA's only major role was running the labour camps during World War 2.
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Legal, Forceful or Compromising?
Illegal. Was Forceful. Helped Hitler to get rid of key rivals for total political control.
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Who was Rohm?

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He was a leading rival to Hitler. He was a homosexual.

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Why were the SA purged?

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What happened to the SA?

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Legal, Forceful or Compromising?

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