LUTZ Victor (Lutze)( Chief of Staff of the SA)
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Biography LUTZ Victor (Lutze)
Lutze, Viktor (Lutze), (1890-1943), Chief of Staff of the SA. Born December 28, 1890 in Bevergerne. During the 1-st World War, rose from private to officer. Entered the NSDAP in 1922, quickly began to climb the hierarchical ladder brown -. In 1925 he became deputy Gauleiter of the Ruhr, and in 1928 Oberfц?hrer CA. In 1930, Lutze became a member of the Reichstag from the Nazi party from the electoral district of Hanover-Brunswick. In 1933, with the rank of Obergruppenfuhrer CA (general), was appointed president of Hanover policeman and a member of the Prussian State Council. June 30, 1934, during the events of "Night of Long Knives", Lutze accompanied Hitler Bad Viszee, which were seized by Ernst Rohm and other SA leaders. Following the execution Rem Hitler appointed in his place Lutze. Hitler gave Lutze special order, which consisted of 20 paragraphs, in which members of the CA prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages, unnatural sex, car rides, fornication and parties. Lutze was killed in a car accident May 2, 1943.