The name "Death in June" refers to June 30, 1934, the "Night of Long Knives", when Hitler had Ernst Roehm and other leaders of the SA (nazi stormtroopers) murdered.
Is the causative in the above sentence used? I mean the part "Hitler had Roehm… murdered". I am familiar with these types of causative: (a) HAVE SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING, (b) HAVE SOMETHING DONE But neither of them fits into the sentence. Here is the pattern different. Is this the causative or a different grammatical structure?