The defendants in the Munich Putsch trial aka Beer Hall Putsch of 1924, a failed coup attempt by the Nazi Party led by Adolf Hitler to seize power in Munich, Bavaria, on 8–9 November 1923. From left to right: Pernet, Weber, Frick, Kriebel, Ludendorff, Hitler, Bruckner, Röhm, and Wagner. Adolf Hitler, 1889 – 1945. German politician, demagogue, Pan German revolutionary and the leader of the Nazi Party. From These Tremendous Years, published 1938.

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The defendants in the Munich Putsch trial aka Beer Hall Putsch of 1924, a failed coup attempt by the Nazi Party led by Adolf Hitler to seize power in Munich, Bavaria, on 8–9 November 1923. From left to right: Pernet, Weber, Frick, Kriebel, Ludendorff, Hitler, Bruckner, Röhm, and Wagner. Adolf Hitler, 1889 – 1945. German politician, demagogue, Pan German revolutionary and the leader of the Nazi Party. From These Tremendous Years, published 1938.
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