Munich Putsch

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What did Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party believe about democracy?
That it only led to a weak government and that there should only be one leader.
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What was the Munich putsch?
The Munich Putsch grew out of Hitler's attempt to exploit the crisis of 1923 which began when Germany missed a reparations payment. This situation spiralled out of control and once again the German people were unhappy and in financial difficulty.
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What is the Spartacist Rising?
a communist group set up by Rosa Luxemburg and karl Liebknecht.
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What were the Spartacist Risings beliefs?
strongly disagreed with the government because Ebert would not improve the lives of working people.
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What happened when the Spartacist Rising rose?
they were easily crushed by the Freikorps.
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what did the friekorps then do?
on January 10, they took over the Spartacist headquarters, by 15 January they were crushed.
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