Adolf Hitler's sexuality has long been a matter of historical and scholarly debate, as well as speculation and rumour. There is evidence that he had relationships with a number of women during his lifetime, as well as evidence of his antipathy to homosexuality , and no evidence of homosexual encounters. His name has been linked to a number of possible female lovers, two of whom committed suicide. A third died of complications eight years after a suicide attempt, and a fourth also attempted suicide. Adolf Hitler created a public image of a celibate man without a domestic life, dedicated entirely to his political mission and the nation of Nazi Germany. His relationship with Eva Braun , which lasted nearly 14 years, was hidden from the public and all but his inner circle.
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Under the rule of Nazi Germany from to , gay men and to a lesser extent lesbians were persecuted with thousands of gay men imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps. The Gestapo compiled lists of homosexuals, and gay clubs were shut down. Some gay men emigrated while others withdrew from homosexual practices or engaged in heterosexual relationships to cover their identities. Between and , an estimated , men were arrested as homosexuals, of whom some 50, were officially sentenced. Most of these men served time in regular prisons, and an estimated 5, to 15, of those sentenced were incarcerated in Nazi concentration camps. Homosexuals in the camps suffered an unusual degree of cruelty by their captors, including being used as target practice on shooting ranges.
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A native of Munich Ernst served as an Oberleutnant 1st Lieutenant with the 13th infantry regiment in the Bavarian army at the beginning of the first world war. In September of in Lorraine, France, Ernst was severely wounded to his face, he would carry the scars throughout his lifetime, and it was some time later he was promoted to Hauptman Captain. When the first world war ended in some bitter hard four years later with countless losses on both sides the allies won and the Germans were defeated, Ernst returned home to Munich where upon he joined the Freikorps, which was one of the many private militias formed in Munich to combat the communism insurgent that had gained such strong support. Ernst became a well known man almost a legend in Munich at that time for keeping the communists in their places, He then met Adolf Hitler in where they became political allies and close friends. In Ernst joined the National Socialist German Workers Party or NSDAP where he helped organize the sturmabeitilung SA which was a political army mainly used for protecting party leadership and battling opponents such as the communist red front and was also used to terrorize Jews.
The process of paying off those balances led them to want to share the financial lessons they learned with others. That led to their second "aha" moment last year. While preparing a show for their "Queer Money" podcast, Schneider, 44, learned that they were giving up access to future Social Security spousal and survivor benefits by not getting married. The couple's revelation comes as gay couples have had to adjust to a new world following the Supreme Court's landmark decision to make same-sex marriage a right nationwide three years ago this month. The decision changed the landscape for financial planning for gay couples, particularly with regard to sharing retirement assets including Social Security.