Public SA terror and "Köpenick Week of Blood" in late June 1933 in Berlin: At the head of the march (from left): Köpenick SA Leader Herbert Gehrke, Gauleiter Joseph Goebbels, Gau Inspector Gerhard Schach, Deputy Gauleiter Artur Görlitzer und head of SA-Untergruppe Berlin-Süd, Werner Schwarz; in the middle of the second row: SA Leader August Wilhelm von Preußen.
Alfred Flechtheim: German art dealer, art collector, journalist and publisher. He had modern-art galleries in several German cities and Vienna in the 1920s. In 1933, Sturmabteilung men broke up an auction of Flechtheim's paintings. The Nazis aryanized Flechtheim's gallery, as they would many other Jewish businesses, and turned it over to Flechtheim's business manager, Alex Vömel. Flechtheim fled to Paris and then London, leaving behind his collection of art. He died impoverished in 1937.