Skriv upp dig på vårt månadsbrev. Youth organisation Sturmvogel Sturmvogel German for storm bird is a German nationalistic youth organisation that is deeply rooted in Nazism and Holocaust denial. Om kursen Är du intresserad av mat, hälsa och miljö och vill arbeta med barn och ungdomar? For a full week, small children — some of them barely of school age — are drilled by instructors at a remote location in the woods of Småland. The organisation was set up in and has personal ties to the organizations Wiking Jugend and Heimattreue Deutsche Jugend, HBJ, both of which are now banned in Germany. In cases from Germany, there are photos of children collapsing during the roll call. The children come from families who are nationalists and interested in keeping the German heritage pure.
They do not wish to give heir names, and maintain that they have nothing to do with Sturmvogel.
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One example is Swiss national Bernhard Schaub, a known convicted Holocaust denier. Many of the people who were active in both of the - now banned - youth organisations have, according to German experts, continued their schooling of German nationalist children through Sturmvogel. The first campers have already registered for the summer camp in October ", says Jaakko Mäkelä, camp director. From the outset, the strategy was to lay low and, for a long time, they escaped the watchful eye of the German domestic intelligence service Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz and the German police. At a given signal they line up, raise the flag and start singing. In cases from Germany, there are photos of children collapsing during the roll call.