Hans Horst Wessel (Wessel)( German attack aircraft)
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Biography Hans Horst Wessel (Wessel)
Wessel, Hans Horst (Wessel), (1907-1930), German ground attack aircraft, built by Nazi propaganda to the rank of T. n. "martyr". Born September 9, 1907 in Bielefeld. As stated in the report of the Berlin Police Commissioner Kurt Shisselmana, Horst Wessel lived Maximilianstrasse 45 and earn a livelihood pimping. September 4, 1924 he was convicted of the Berlin court to two years in prison for fraud. After leaving prison, Horst Wessel suddenly became interested in politics and, remembering his old friend Himmler joined the National Socialist Party. It was a time when the NSDAP kept looking to the criminal world in search of strong guys to create the backbone of its storm troopers. Wessel was enrolled in SA and a group of thugs hired them among their friends from the underworld of Berlin, formed the assault force "Sturm-5". After bloody clashes he managed to win in one of the more notorious neighborhoods of Berlin, which previously dominated by Communists, earning him an honorary member of the Berlin storm troopers.
. Horst Wessel wrote about in 1928, inspired by National Socialism words to the tune of the old sea song
. This song after his death became the anthem of the Nazi party called the "Horst Wessel". Wessel was killed in a street fight in Berlin on February 23, 1930, according to the police report, another pimp, Ali Heleri stranded Communist, in a clash of "right of possession" a girl in a brothel in Berlin Vedinga. It was erected by Nazi propaganda in the rank of national hero and took his place in the pantheon of the Nazi "martyrs", and his mother and sister have become honorary members of the Nazi propaganda meetings.