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: Controversial leader of the youth movement


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The youth who wrote these sentences in incorrect grammar at the end of the twenties was small in stature, but very vehement. The son of a lawyer, born in Stuttgart in 1907, he made his first experiences there. He went to the upper secondary school, which was nothing in his family, but secured him a special position among all the aspiring middle class children. The leisure time belonged to the natural history and the wandering bird. The boy sat alone for hours to watch birds. He drew better than his comrades and exceeded their imagination. The hard work and the narrowness of the old W├╝rttemberg triangle around Stuttgart, which caused some spectacular outbreaks, also drove the young Eberhard Koebel. He possessed - Nadler would have loved: this example! - a lot of the "creativity" of this people and even more of the defiance of the milieu. In 1927, his father gave him a trip to Lapland as a reward for passing his Matura. He turned it into a small expedition: "I was looking for great experiences. I only have them when I am reasonably fed up and carefree and are sure of the affection of my friends."

While the son was in Lapland, the father died. The returnee brought the symbols with him from the north under which he advanced from a less than successful commercial artist to the most controversial leader of the youth movement in two years. His federal name tusk comes from tysk (German). A tent shape of the lobes was adopted as "Kohte". The Finnish knife was widely admired. The reindeer and rag ribbons appeared in the ornamentation of magazines and boys' calendars on which Hardening (January), Br├Ąchet (June), fog (November) and the like originalities. To a lesser extent it has tusk He designed this mixed style of Fraktur, Antiqua and Ur-Symbolik himself, and for the greater part it was thanks to his friend Fritz Stelzer. Scandinavia, Russia and the Balkans became vacation destinations for hiking groups.

tusks The boys' associations did not conquer new style elements by themselves. The little man sped from meeting to meeting on a heavy motorcycle. Were a group there, encountered an intrigue here. Mythical creatures for the young, horrors of mediocrity, enthroned in the great leagues. On November 1, 1929, his "house power" was formed under his own name: "d. J. 1. 11." emerged, a boys' union, about which the others shook their heads - in order to then imitate him. His blue costume, his preference for balalaika and banjo (instead of banded or unbanded guitars), his excessive physical exercises, his photo and film skills, above all his haughty and aesthetically based selection.

But tusk wanted more. He had what it takes to become the Napoleon of the youth movement; She had enough "generals" and more quartermasters. In his writings and pronouncements -

In terms of literary history, the narrative work counts tusks to the German school novel from Strauss's "Freund Hein" to Speyer's "Kampf der Tertia", a genre that is sociologically about a minority in the youthful minority of a society in which people are getting older and older.

Minority ideology and elite obsession consequently determined the organization and outlook on life. Following the Darmstadt "School of Wisdom", turned tusk the Far East too. Its editor says that he has done exemplary in teaching Zen Buddhism. He learned Chinese in exile in England.

In contrast to the majority of the leaders of the bourgeois youth, resisted tusk the thick stream that, gray and brown, brought the man from Braunau, tusk proved character. Its color was red-gray. He kicked join the communists. Of course, he was no less mistaken in their organization than some of his colleagues in the dashing SS or the units in brown saw themselves duped.