Geschichte und Gesellschaft, 2 (2001), 277; Reinhold Brunner "Das Hakenkreuz
im Schaten der Wartburg," Zeitschrift des Vereins fur Thuringische Geschichte, 56 (2002), 347-410 (esp.
Erziehung und Unterricht unterm Hakenkreuz
, Gotinga, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1985, p.
uff roter Fahne, Stramm bezahlt von Thyssens Jelde, Is das Sinnbild der Kultur.
8) On the operations of the Auslandsorganisation in Palestine with regard to the Templers see Ralf Balke, Hakenkreuz
im Heiligen Land: die NSDAP-Landesgruppe Palastina, Sutton, Erfurt 2001; Francis Nicosia, The Third Reich and the Palestine Question, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, USA, 2000; Helmut Schmidt, 'The Nazi Party in Palestine and the Levant 1932-9', International Affairs, vol.
A lot of people think it's German but the German word for the symbol is Hakenkreuz
See Ralf Klausnitzer, "Blaue Blume unterm Hakenkreuz
Known to the Germans as the Hakenkreuz
('hooked cross'), it certainly was used by the various right-wing Freikorps units which arose after the end of WW1 as well as other racially-oriented organisations, which most likely contributed to its use as a unifying symbol by Hitler.
Thousands of soldiers in steel helmets stand at attention facing a stage adorned with great banners bearing the Hakenkreuz
(hooked cross), the swastika.
Schleswig-Holstein und das Hakenkreuz
(Munster, 2001), p.
I cannot say at that moment how I am going to react if I'm walking on the sidewalk and see Rockwell with his people wearing SS uniforms with the Hakenkreuz
is said to represent the Hopi migrations prior to settling in the Hopi place and variously to be a version of the "four corners" symbol, with circles encompassed by the swastika's arms, representing the four directions from which the Hopi came in their migrations, and to represent the "shakings up" that the world will go through before Purification.
Universitat unterm Hakenkreuz
, Teil 1: Der Professor im Drittem Reich.