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Munich Putsch

Weimar Germany

When was the Munich Putsch? 8th - 9th November 1923.
Judge? Judge let Hitler speak - clearly sympathy from upper classes for anti-Weimar leaders.
Sentence? Hitler not killed, 5 year prison sentence but only served 9 months in Landsberg Castle.
What did it force Hitler to do? Re evaluate - he now knew he couldn't gain power by force, realised he'd previously been wasting his time.
Who was with him and why did this benefit him? Ludendorf was with Hitler and this helped him because he gained attention from important figures in the army.
The event gave Hitler what? Martyrs, many Nazis had died for the cause such as Felix Alfarth.
1924 - 1928 Nazis got 2.8% of the vote?
Created by: eloiseis