Hans Ulrich Klintzsch

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Hans Ulrich Klintzsch (4 November 1898 in Lübbenau - 17. August 1959) was an ex-naval lieutenant from the Erhardt Brigade who served as leader of the Oberste SA-Führer from 1921 until 11 May 1923, when he returned to his former unit and ceded control to Hermann Göring. After his career as SA-leader, he went back to the Luftwaffe. He died 17. August 1959 during the marriage of his son Fridthjof.

He sent Franz Jaenicke to Berlin to found the Nazi Party.

Political offices
Preceded by
Emil Maurice
Leader of the SA
Succeeded by
Hermann Göring


  • Gabriele Krüger: Die Brigade Ehrhardt. Leibniz-Verlag, 1971 (German)
  • Albrecht Tyrell: Führer befiehl. Droste, 1969 (German)
  • Albrecht Tyrell: Vom Trommler zum Führer. Fink, 1975 (German)