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In 1922 Italy gave the world fascism, more than a decade before Hitler’s storm troopers marched through Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate.
Stage Big Parade Tonight, at Hitler's order, Berlin storm troopers staged a gigantic torchlight parade past the chancellory in honor of the president and their doughty little leader.
The horrors, as critics pointed out, happened offstage; his novels rarely identified the threat explicitly as storm troopers with whips or concentration camps with poison-gas showers.
Five days a week, in the foggy hills of San Francisco, 11 writers and artists discuss the minutiae of storm troopers.
Olivia Hernandez said of the video screen, which storm troopers marched across on a recent Saturday afternoon when the store was packed with shoppers.
Just because Darth Vader is the public face of the organization doesn’t mean every storm trooper gets one-on-one time.
Litt paints himself as starry-eyed and semi-hapless, an ingénue who blacks out the first time Obama addresses him and identifies with anonymous storm troopers aboard the Death Star.
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STORM TROOPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of storm trooper for English Language Learners
: a member of a group of specially trained and violent soldiers especially in Nazi Germany during World War II
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