2 edition of trial of the beer hall Putschists, 1923-1924 found in the catalog.
trial of the beer hall Putschists, 1923-1924
|Other titles||Trial of the beer hall Putschists, nineteen-twenty-three - nineteen-twenty-four.|
|Statement||by Robert O"Donnell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
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Hitler was arrested in November following the failed Beer Hall Putsch on November 8 His trial began on 26 Februaryalong with 9 other putschists, at the end of which he was found. The book is probably most useful when read alongside a detailed narrative history, such as Hitler’s Germany: Origins, Interpretations, Legacies (Routledge, ).
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