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TRIAL
SEVERAL DAYS
MILITARY SUPPORT
ADOLF HITLER
WEIMAR REPUBLIC
KURT VON
POWER
PARTY
PART
LANDSBERG PRISON
NOVEMBER
CONQUEROR
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GERMANY
LONG KNIVES
PUTSCH
LUDENDORFF
NAZI PARTY
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BEER HALL PUTSCH
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Definitions

  1. The Beer Hall Putsch was a failed Nazi coup d'état which occurred in the evening of Thursday, November 8 to the early afternoon of Friday, November 9, 1923.
  2. The Beer Hall Putsch is a critical moment in the history of Weimar Germany.

Largest

  1. One of the largest in Munich was the Bürgerbräukeller, where the Beer Hall Putsch was launched.

Trial

  1. The defendants of the Beer Hall Putsch, during their trial, with Röhm (second from right), standing next to Adolf Hitler.

Several Days

  1. After hiding in a friend's house for several days, Hitler was arrested and put on trial for his role in the Beer Hall Putsch. (Web site)

Military Support

  1. The beer hall putsch (revolution), named for its place of origin, failed because Hitler had no military support. (Web site)

Adolf Hitler

  1. Further pressure from the right came in 1923 with the Beer Hall Putsch, also called the Munich Putsch, staged by Adolf Hitler in Munich. (Web site)
  2. After hiding in a friend's house for several days, Adolf Hitler was arrested and put on trial for his role in the Beer Hall Putsch. (Web site)
  3. Adolf Hitler, president of the far-right Nazi Party, launches the Beer Hall Putsch, his first attempt at seizing control of the German government.

Weimar Republic

  1. Despite this, civil unrest grew into riots and coup attempts targeted at the government of the Weimar Republic, including the Beer Hall Putsch. (Web site)

Kurt Von

  1. The list included Strasser, Kurt von Schleicher, Hitler's predecessor as chancellor, and Gustav von Kahr, who crushed the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923. (Web site)

Power

  1. Hitler's choice of taking power through legal political means rather than a violent coup after the failure of the Beer Hall Putsch.

Party

  1. After the Beer Hall Putsch fiasco, he was excluded from the party, along with Julius Streicher, under the temporary leadership of the Strassers.

Part

  1. He took part in the Beer Hall Putsch (November 1923), at which time he was director of the Munich Kriminalpolizei.
  2. Initially a loyal supporter of Adolf Hitler, he took part in the Beer Hall Putsch and held a number of high positions in the Nazi Party.

Landsberg Prison

  1. For commanding an SA battalion during the Beer Hall Putsch, he served seven and a half months in Landsberg prison.
  2. In 1923, Schreck participated in the Beer Hall Putsch and was incarcerated at Landsberg Prison along with other top Nazi leaders. (Web site)

November

  1. Karl Laforce (October 28, 1904 - November 9, 1923) was an early member of the Nazi Party who was killed in Hitler's failed Beer Hall Putsch.

Conqueror

  1. The Beer Hall Putsch and the subsequent arrest and trial of Adolf Hitler was portrayed in the anime movie Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shamballa.

Bavaria

  1. General Otto von Lossow was, at the time of the beer hall putsch, the commander of the Reichswehr in the state of Bavaria. (Web site)

Germany

  1. He tried unsuccessfully to seize power of Germany in the Beer Hall Putsch of November 1923 this event made him known to the general public.

Long Knives

  1. On June 30, 1934, known as the Night of the Long Knives, von Kahr was punished for his "treason" during the Beer Hall Putsch.
  2. On June 30, 1934, known as the Night of the Long Knives, von Kahr was punished for his failure to support the Beer Hall Putsch. (Web site)

Putsch

  1. Beer Hall Putsch On November 8, 1923, Adolf Hitler attempted to sieze control of Germany through a putsch (coup). (Web site)

Ludendorff

  1. At Hitler's urging, Ludendorff took part in the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923.

Nazi Party

  1. Disaster presented itself in 1923 when the Nazi Party attempted to seize control of the Bavarian government in the so-called " Beer Hall Putsch ".
  2. Hitler had always liked Röhm; he was one of the first members of the Nazi Party and had participated in the Beer Hall Putsch.
  3. Blutfahne "Blood flag" - A SA flag bloodied in the attempted Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, November 9, 1923, and revered by the Nazi Party, used in ceremonies.

Munich

  1. With Hitler he participated in the frustrated Munich Beer Hall putsch of 1923. (Web site)
  2. At the north end of the road is the Hall of Honor, a 1929 memorial to the dead of the Munich Beer Hall Putsch. (Web site)
  3. General Ludendorff supported the former corporal in the Beer Hall Putsch of November 1923 in Munich, an attempt to overthrow the Bavarian government. (Web site)

Hitler

  1. Hitler decided to use Ludendorff as a figurehead in an attempt to seize power in what was later known as the "Hitler Putsch" or Beer Hall Putsch.
  2. After the failure of the Beer Hall Putsch, his imprisonment, and subsequent release, Hitler focused on legal methods of gaining power. (Web site)
  3. When Hitler is arrested during the Beer Hall Putsch of 1923 and sent to prison for 2 years he writes Mein Kampf and dedicates it to Eckart. (Web site)

Beer Hall Putsch

  1. Miscellany On November 8, 1939, Hitler narrowly escaped an assassination attempt while celebrating the 16th anniversary of the Beer Hall Putsch in Munich.
  2. In 1923, Hess took part in Hitler's failed Beer Hall Putsch in which Hitler and the Nazis attempted to seize control of Germany. (Web site)
  3. November 8 - In Munich, Adolf Hitler narrowly escapes an assassination attempt while celebrating the 16th anniversary of the Beer Hall Putsch.

Categories

  1. Fascism > Nazism > Nazis > Hitler
  2. Population > Settlements > Cities > Munich
  3. Nazi Party
  4. Assassination Attempt
  5. Ludendorff
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