Haynes, Edmund Haynes( Leader storm trooper)
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Biography Haynes, Edmund Haynes
Haynes, Edmund Haynes, (Heines), (1897-1934), one of the top leaders of the SA storm troopers. Born July 21, 1897. Was an officer during the 1-st World War, after which came into one of the many units of the "Volunteer Corps" - a group of Gerhard Rossbaha as his adjutant. He took an active part in street battles with the Communists. By joining the Nazi party, Haynes became a close ally of Ernst Rohm. In May 1927 he was expelled from the NSDAP under the pretext of "loss of moral qualities, but in reality for what Hitler called the" kitchen cloth and tried to unite around himself CA officers who were dissatisfied with the undivided Fuhrer. Intervention Rem Haynes spared from more serious consequences. In 1929, Haynes was sentenced to 5 years in prison for complicity in the murder, but was soon released under an amnesty. In 1933 he was promoted to the rank Obergruppenfuhrer CA (General) and appointed Commissioner of Police Breslau.
. June 30, 1934, during the events of "Night of Long Knives, the SS found Haynes in the hotel room in Bad Viszee in bed with his young assistant
. On Hitler's orders, require "ruthlessly destroy this corrupting plague, Haynes was shot on location among the other leaders of the SA.