Hitler's Failed Beer Hall Putsch Of 1923
On November 8, 1923, Adolf Hitler attempted a coup labeled the "Beer Hall Putsch" in Munich which failed. For two years leading up to the failed coup d’état of Bavaria, Hitler led his band of fledgling Nazis across Germany, gaining support. Obviously, anti-Semitic beliefs stood as a cornerstone of their “political party” along with “German Pride.”
More specifically, these war criminals in waiting were angered by the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty required Germany to pay for World War I, a war they coincidentally started. The foiled “Beer Hall Putsch” earned Hitler a five-year sentence in prison, but he only served one. During that time he famously wrote “Mein Kampf,” the bible for skinheads suffering from daddy issues everywhere. Here’s everything worth knowing about Hitler’s first failed try at dictatorship.