Adolf Hühnlein

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Adolf Hühnlein (12 November 1881 - 18 June 1942) was the leader of the NSKK (Nationalsozialistische Kraftfahrkorps, the National Socialist Motor Corps) from 1931 until his death. After serving in WWI, he joined the Bund Reichskriegsflagge and participated in the Beer Hall Putsch. He joined the NSDAP and the SA, and became head of the SA automotive engineering section. Hühnlein was then appointed leader of the new National Socialist Automobile Corps (NSAK), the motorized corps of the SA in 1931. In 1933, he suggested that the organisation was renamed NSKK.


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