Der Krüppel PDF

Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the iconic Nazi flag used in the Beer Hall Putsch. For the term „Blutfahne“ as used in medieval context, see Blutbanner. Adolf Hitler reviewing SA der Krüppel PDF in 1935.


Författare: Abdelhak Serhane.
Der Erzähler, ein Schriftsteller, trifft in einer marokkanischen Stadt seine alten Freunde, unter ihnen auch der Krüppel Rouida. Rouida beschuldigt den Schriftsteller, ihr armseliges Leben zum Stoff seiner Romane zu verwenden. Der lange Abend endet in einem Trinkgelage. Anstößige, schlüpfrige Erzählungen vermischen sich mit politischen Streitgesprächen und teils brutalen, dramatischen Erinnerungen.
Ungeschönt beklagt Abdelhak Serhane die Tyrannei der Monarchie und denunziert den Zustand einer von Korruption, Terrorismus und religiöser Scheinheiligkeit zerfressenen marokkanischen Gesellschaft. Dies alles, ohne jemals auf die vollendete Kunst der Selbstironie zu verzichten, die seiner Prosa ihre ganze Kraft verleiht.

He is accompanied by the Blutfahne and its bearer SS-Sturmbannführer Jakob Grimminger. The flag was that of the 5th SA Sturm, which was carried in the march towards the Feldherrnhalle. When the Munich police fired on the Nazis, the flagbearer Heinrich Trambauer was hit and dropped the flag. There were two stories about what happened to the flag in the aftermath of the Putsch: one was that the wounded flagbearer Heinrich Trambauer took the flag to a friend where he removed it from its staff before leaving with it hidden inside his jacket and later giving it to a Karl Eggers for safekeeping.

The other story was that the flag was confiscated by the Munich authorities and was later returned to the Nazis via Eggers. 16 dead participants of the putsch. Bauriedl was one of the 16 honorees. In 1926, at the second Nazi Party congress at Weimar, Hitler ceremonially bestowed the flag on Joseph Berchtold, then head of the SS.