The Munich Putsch

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The Munich Putsch took place on ....
8-9th November 1923
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It took place in ....
A beer hall, where a public meeting was being held, with the bavarian leader, Gustav Ritter von Kahr and othe bavarian cheifs
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It was lead by ....
Hitler, Hermann Goring and Rudolf Hess
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Another key figure was ....
General Erich von Ludendorff - a well respected ww1 veteran
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The SA....
Barged into the hall, yelling Heil Hitler and causing panic
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Hitlers response was ...
to fire 2 shots,declared himself the new leader of Germany, and delivered a speech
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Across the city ....
scuffles continued, day and night
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Hitler ordered a ....
march, with lunderdorff and 2000 men behind him
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But at the Feldherrenhalle ....
they were blocked by police, a gunfight broke out
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How many injuries/deaths were there?And what happened to notable figures?
4 police officers, 16 nazis killed.Lunderdorff was arrested, Goring was badly injured, Hitler escaped with a dislocated Soldier
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HOWEVER, Hitler was later....
arrested and faced trial
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When/How long was Hitlers trial?
Opening on February 26, 1924 and lasting 24 days
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What did the trial provide?
Hitler was given his biggest platform, and declared his guilt with pride
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What was the verdict?
Guilty - with a (light) sentance of 5 years
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How long did he serve, and what did he do in jail?
He served 8 months, and wrote/published Mein Kampf
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It took place in ....

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A beer hall, where a public meeting was being held, with the bavarian leader, Gustav Ritter von Kahr and othe bavarian cheifs

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It was lead by ....

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Another key figure was ....

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The SA....

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