As long as it agrees with your point of view. I showed you that Hitler injected a major element of manpower into the German army through organizations he had in place before he came to power.... your only response
No he didn't
No he didn't
The SA and SS, pre-33, didn't have combat units at the time and yet you think they constituted "major elements of manpower" injected into the German army. How the heck should anyone halfway knowledgeable about this subject respond to that? What did you expect? A standing ovation?
What was the first Waffen SS unit? When was it formed? I want to know how massive this force was, and how it contributed greatly to the Reichswehr (as the Wehrmacht wasn't even in existence until 1935).
Do you even know what the German army was? I know you probably think Wehrmacht means army, and I know you had no clue what the Reichswehr even was, but the actual ground force organization whose name means army is actually called the Heer. Do you know who the SA and SS operated under? Never the Heer. Not a single SS unit EVER was part of the Heer. At most, during the war, they fell under operational control of certain Heer units, corps, armies, army groups, theater commands, but they were separate organizations, just like how the Spanish, Italian, Hungarian, Romanian units included in Germany field armies were not part of the Heer.
I cannot believe you keep replying...