groups, volunteer organisations, and sports clubs, had their leadership replaced with Nazi sympathisers or party members; these civic organisations either merged with the nsdap or faced dissolution. German efforts to secure oil included negotiating a supply from their new ally, Romania, who signed the Pact on 23 November, alongside the Slovak Republic. The resulting children were often adopted into SS families. Many voters decided the nsdap was capable of restoring order, quelling civil unrest, and improving Germany's international reputation. The building's top floor contains a private residence for Cheung Kong Holdings' billionaire Chairman Li Ka-Shing. In occupied Serbia, 1,000 to 12,000 Romani were killed, while nearly all 25,000 Romani living in the Independent State of Croatia were killed. Members of the SA damaged or destroyed synagogues and Jewish property throughout Germany. Some 26,000 railroad cars of art treasures, furniture, and other looted items were sent to Germany from France. On 21 June, the SA raided the offices of the German National People's Party their former coalition partners and they disbanded on 29 June.