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  • Trotha was the head of the " : de : Gro遜eutscher Jugendbund " and the " Sudetendeutscher Heimatbund ".
  • On May 4, 1930 the DF and the Gro遜eutscher Jugendbund ( under Admiral Adolf von Trotha ) united under the name Deutsche Freischar.
  • In April 1924 the " Jugendbund der NSDAP " was renamed " Grossdeutsche Jugendbewegung " ( Greater German Youth Movement ).
  • He was a member of the " Jugendbund Neudeutschland " ( Youth Federation New-Germany ), which he had joined in grammar school.
  • In 1922, the Nazi Party created a youth section, the " Jugendbund ", for young men between the ages of 14 and 18 years.
  • The "'Jugendbund Neudeutschland "'( Youth Federation New Germany ) is a German Catholic organisation, founded in 1919 following a recommendation by Felix von Hartmann, the Archbishop of Cologne.
  • As a young man, Streiter was already engaged in activism and joined the " Evangelical Youth Union for Social Work " ( " Evangelischen Jugendbund f黵 soziale Arbeit " ), a group of young people pursuing the organization of a trade union representing hospital staff organized on Christian principles.
  • During the association of Freischar and Gro遜eutscher Jugendbund Eberhard Koebel, known under his totem name Tusk, was excluded from the association, some districts followed him and formed their own association, the Deutsche Jungenschaft vom 1.11.1929 ( dj . 1.11 ); he became its leader.