Brown Shirt


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Brown Shirt

(in Nazi Germany) a storm trooper
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Organized Brown Shirts in New York and Silver Shirts in Minneapolis both outraged and terrorized American Jewry.
He was wearing a long -sleeved jacket, a brown shirt and grey smart trousers.
I have little doubt that had there been one and I'd planted a steaming cup of coffee in it, I would have been coming home with a new brown shirt.
"The course of contemporary history is not going to be determined by brown shirt of Hitler, black shirt of Mussolini and red shirt of Stalin, but by a man with no shirt-Mahatma Gandhi," Mukherjee said.
I turned around and saw a young man in a brown shirt and jeans raising his hands.
One Brown Shirt stepped up close to my father, a finger on his nose.
Dressed in a brown shirt and Burberry-style tie, Whitehurst exchanged smiles and waves with his girlfriend, Cara Davenport, 28, who was sitting in the public gallery wearing a black polo neck jumper.
The man police want is white, about 5ft 8ins and wore a brown shirt and trainers at the time of the attack.
Qaddafi, whose fashions often draw comment, appeared in ochre trousers and a short-sleeved brown shirt patterned in green patches in the shape of Africa.
His brown tie and crooked smile 1930's Brown Shirt Germany once
Coleen looked stunning in a pale blue and white dress - but Wayne looked like 1970s cop Gene Hunt from TV's Life on Mars in a grey suit with flairs and a brown shirt.
Republic probes Schulz's inner world of half-alive people facing down Nazism, seeking beauty and truth amidst the mundane and cruel, with selections of Schulz's evocative prose and startling images--as when Schulz's mother, decked out in drag as the Emperor Franz Josef, peels off her Austrian dress uniform to reveal a brown shirt and swastika.