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  Beer Hall Putsch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On Saturday, 4,000 students from Munich University rioted and marched to the Feldherrnhalle to lay wreaths.
In 1935, they were interred at an ornate mausoleum in Munich.
The Beer Hall Putsch and the subsequent arrest and trial of Adolf Hitler was portrayed in the anime movie Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conquer of Shamballa.
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 Wikipedia: Beer Hall Putsch
The Beer Hall Putsch (German Hitlerputsch) occurred November 8, 1923 when Adolf Hitler and his Nazis along with General Erich Ludendorff and his conservative nationalists tried to gain power in Munich.
Hitler planned to use Munich as a base against Germany's Weimar Republic government in Berlin; however, their support failed to materialize, and police and soldiers crushed the attempt the next day.
For the Putsch, Hitler was sentenced to five years in prison for treason.
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 Munich - Simple English Wikipedia
Munich (German: München) is the third biggest city of Germany (after Berlin and Hamburg), and the capital of Bavaria.
The metropolitan area of Munich includes the city itself, and all the suburbs around it, and has about 2.6 million people in it.
About 60% of the people in Munich are Catholic, about 20% are Protestant, and about 7% belong to other religious groups.
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 Thomas's Glassware Tour --- München (D)
Munich is situated at an altitude of 519 m on the river Isar.
In 1240 Munich itself was transferred to Otto II of Wittelsbach and in 1255, when the dukedom of Bavaria was split in two, Munich became the ducal residence of Upper Bavaria.
Munich was the city where the White Rose (Die Weiße Rose), a group of students that formed a resistance movement from June 1942 to February 1943, was based.
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 Munich Putsch
The Putsch grew out of Hitler's attempt to exploit the crisis of 1923.
A triumphal march into Munich was planned on 9 Nov, but the police easily dispersed the Nazis..
Although the Putsch failed, it - and the trial that followed - turned Hitler into a national hero, and laid the foundation of his future success.
www.johndclare.net /Weimar_Munich_putsch.htm   (581 words)

 Munich Discount Travel Services Online , Germany Agency
Munich is compact and manageable, contains more theatres than any other city in Germany, has a wealth of fine museums, a number of restful and appealing gardens and an ample selection of beer halls.
Munich is a city in which children are welcomed and loved, so provision has been made for their comfort and entertainment.
Munich's city symbol is the Münchener Kindl or "little monk," recalling its origins as a monastic settlement.
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 Munich   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Throughout the Third Reich period, Munich remained the spiritual capital of the Nazi movement, with headquarters buildings, museums to house the forms of artworks approved by Adolf Hitler, and shrines to the attempted Nazi putsch in November 1923.
A memorial to the fallen putschists was erected on the east side of the Feldherrnhalle, opposite the spot in the street where the dead had fallen and the putsch had been halted.
The Kongressaal of the Deutsches Museum was the scene of a state funeral for Adolf Wagner, Nazi leader of Munich and Upper Bavaria, 17 April 1944.
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 ::The Beer Hall Putsch of 1923::
The Beer Hall Putsch of November 1923, or the Munich Putsch, was Hitler’s attempt to overthrow the Weimar government of Ebert and establish a right wing nationalistic one in its place.
On November 8th and 9th1923, Hitler used the anger felt against the Berlin government in Bavaria to attempt an overthrow of the regional government in Munich in prelude to the take-over of the national government.
In later years, Hitler portrayed the Beer Hall Putsch as a great example of bravery but such was the control of information from 1933 to 1945, we may never know the full truth.
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 Beer Hall Putsch - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Beer Hall Putsch, abortive rebellion initiated by Nazi party leader Adolf Hitler, which began in Munich on November 8, 1923.
The Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, Adolf Hitler’s attempt to seize control of the German government by force, was precipitated by international,...
On November 8, 1923, with 600 armed storm troopers Hitler marched on a beer hall in Munich, at which Gustav von Kahr, head of the provincial Bavarian...
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The story of the abortive Munich Putsch, which first brought Hitler into the headlines of the world's press, is well-known and can be briefly summarized.
News of the Putsch was flashed to all wireless stations and appeared in the early morning edition of the Munich newspapers.
They had failed to stop Hitler's obvious preparations for the Putsch, and the assertion that their temporary assent to Hitler's plans was only the result of duress was widely disbelieved.
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 Munich Putsch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
As a result of the Munich Putsch, Hitler spent nine months in the Landsberg Prison and he was banned from speaking publicly.
The army had refused to support Hitler in the Munich Putsch, resulting in its failure.
When he was released from prison he won the support of the army by reassuring them that he would not ignite a future war in Germany if he got into power and he promised to deal with Communists and expand the army.
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 Crappers Quarterly - Munich Reviews
In addition to the usual touristy things to see and do, Munich is home to the most famous Oktoberfest celebration and one of the world's top soccer teams--Bayern Munich.
But Munich has put its negatives behind it and continues to be an incredible place to visit.
Home of the Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munchen soccer teams, this famous stadium is a great place to see a sporting event.
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Hitler responded to its publication in a Munich newspaper by suing for libel and later won a small settlement.
Meanwhile on September 18, 1931 Hitler's niece Geli Raubal was found dead in her bedroom in his Munich apartment (his half-sister Angela and her daughter Geli had been with him in Munich since 1929), an apparent suicide.
This led to the Munich Agreement of September 1938, which authorized the annexation and immediate military occupation of these districts by Germany.
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 Hitler - Crystalinks
Leading Bavarian officials (themselves discontented nationalists) were surrounded at a meeting in a Munich beer hall by the Nazi militia, or storm troopers, and made to swear loyalty to this ³revolution.² On regaining their freedom they used the Reichswehr [army] to defeat the coup.
After a lengthy initial evaluation at the U.S. military "collecting point" in Munich the books, numbering 3,000, were shipped to the United States and transferred in January of 1952 to the Library of Congress, where an intern was assigned to uncrate the collection.
When I called on Riefenstahl, who lives outside Munich and had just marked her hundredth birthday, she referred me to her published memoirs, in which she devotes a chapter to the Fichte volumes.
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 Blood Flag (Third Reich, Germany)
The Blood Flag (Blutfahne) was recovered from the Munich Police in 1925, remounted on a two part fl pole with a special unique wreath flag top, the pole also contained a dedication plate listing the names of those killed in the Munich Putsch, whose blood by the way was also on the flag.
The flag was kept in the Munich NSDAP HQ called the Brown House, which had a flag museum in the downstairs hallway, that is until the U.S. 8th Air Force destroyed the building as well as most of Munich during the war.
Grimminger died in Munich in obscurity and poverty on 28 January 1969, at the age of seventy-seven.
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In 1900, the population of Munich numbered 500,000.
1958 - Munich celebrates its 800 year anniversary 1958 - The entire Manchester United soccer team is killed in a plane crash into the towers of Paul Heyse Church near the Theresienwiese.
Home of the Munich Philharmonic, four concert halls, Munich Adult Education College, a municipal library and the Richard Strauss Conservatory.
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 Means Used by the Nazi Conspiractors in Gaining Control of the German State (Part 8 of 55)
The Munich Putsch of 1923, aimed at the overthrow of the Weimar Republic by direct action, failed.
On 8 November 1923 the so-called Munich Putsch occurred.
In November 1934, Hitler, speaking of the Munich Putsch of 1923 said: "It gave me the opportunity to lay down the new tactics of the Party and to pledge it to legality".
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 Bavarian Festival: Munich
Built in the early 1800s, Ludwigstrasse signaled that Munich was no longer a provincial hamlet but now a great capital of the Kingdom of Bavaria.
Munich is also the place where Hitler began his infamous Nazi movement that was to engulf the world in destruction.
He first tried to seize control of Germany in a failed Munich putsch, organized in a beer hall, in November 1923 but failed.
www.aarp.org /travel/destinations/europe/Articles/a2004-01-30-munich_fasching.html   (886 words)

 The Beer Hall Putsch
The failure of the “Beer Hall Putsch” brought the obscure man with the funny moustache his first national publicity.
On December 20, 1924, Hitler was released from prison.
The failure of the “Beer Hall Putsch” taught Hitler valuable lessons that he would use to win and hold power later.
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 Guide and Travel Facts: Munich, Germany
Munich and Bavaria were subsequently ruled by this same family for nearly 750 years until WW I. Munich grew quickly in the Middle Ages on the back of the profits of the salt trade (see Austria notes).
Munich suffered appallingly from the unemployment, inflation and civil strife that characterized post-war German society.
On September 30, 1938 by the Munich Agreement, Hitler persuaded Britain and France to validate the annexation of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia.
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 The Rise of Hitler - Nov. 8/9 1923 The Beer Hall Putsch
They put this plan into action when they learned there was going to be a large gathering of businessmen in a Munich beer hall and the guests of honor were scheduled to be the Bavarian leaders they now wanted to kidnap.
In the early morning hours of November 9, State Commissioner Kahr broke his promise to Hitler and Ludendorff and issued a statement blasting Hitler: "Declarations extorted from me, General Lossow and Colonel von Seisser by pistol point are null and void.
After reaching the center of Munich, the Nazis headed toward the War Ministry building but they encountered a police blockade.
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On November 8/9th, 1933, the 10th anniversary of the failed Munich Putsch, the entire Adolf Hitler-Standarte took part in a mass oath taking rally, in honour of those killed in the 1923 uprising.
They were transfered from their barracks in Berlin to the countryside, and then to Munich, arriving there on the afternoon of the 30th of June.
From there, a small group of men from the 2 companies present were sent to the Stadelheim prision to take part in the death by firing squad of a group of SA men who had been arrested and charged with treason and attempting to overthrow the State.
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 History of GERMANY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In early November there is an attempted putsch in Munich, capital of Bavaria, the most resolutely right-wing of German states.
This failed putsch would be little more than a footnote in history, were it not also an ominous prologue.
The events in Munich on November 8-9 in 1923 would seem like a comic sketch about a brilliant confidence trickster, were they not also tinged with the foretaste of tragedy.
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 Origins of the Nazi Party   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The first local outside Munich was organized in Rosenheim in April 1920, and by the beginning of 1921 the party was organized in at least ten local cities outside the Bavarian capital.
The party that assembled in Munich for its first national congress on January 22, 1921, was a far different organization from the backroom discussion group Hitler had joined a little over a year before.
In Munich the 'patriotic associations' impatient for action, were talking of a seizure of power in Bavaria that would be the prelude to a similar move in Berlin, where they would instal their own kind of regime, much more extreme than anything envisaged by Seeckt or even by Kahr.
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 Beer Hall Putsch
Hitler jumped onto a table, fired two shots in the air and told the audience that the Munich Putsch was taking place and the National Revolution had began.
Leaving Hermann Goering and the SA to guard the 3,000 officials, Hitler took Gustav von Kahr, Otto von Lossow, the commander of the Bavarian Army and Hans von Lossow, the commandant of the Bavarian State Police into an adjoining room.
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.
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 Essay: How did the Munich Putsch Contribute to Hitler’s Rise to Power? - Coursework.Info
Hitler, Goering and about 600 SA officers arrived at a drinking club in Munich where the Bavarian Prime minister and two of his most senior officials were speaking.
Then the next day; Hitler, Ludendorff and around 3000 Nazis, most of whom were unarmed marched into Munich where they were faced by 100 policemen and a shootout occurred in which 16 Nazis and 3 policemen were either seriously wounded or dead.
The putsch had failed, and had never looked like working in the first place.
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