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Hitler and the Beer Hall Putsch [by] Harold J. Gordon, Jr.


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1972.
ISBN 0691051895, 0691100004

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Subjects Alemania -- Historia -- 1918 1933.
Allemagne -- 1923 (Putsch de la brasserie)
Allemagne -- Histoire -- 1923 (Putsch de la brasserie)
Germany -- History -- Beer Hall Putsch, 1923.
Germany.
Hitler, Adolf, (1889-1945)
Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
Hitlerputsch.
Description xii, 666 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 633-647).
Summary "The Bürgerbräukeller, November 8, 1923: prominent Bavarian leaders, including Hitler, are gathered for a political speech; surrounded by storm troopers, they are forced to swear a loyalty oath; Hitler is later arrested and tried; the 'revolution' fails -- the rudimentary facts of the Beer Hall Putsch are well known. The myth and conjecture they have generated are now replaced by detailed evidence in Harold Gordon's history, a thorough analysis of the events leading up to the Putsch, the ideologies and people struggling for power in Bavaria in 1923, the Putsch itself, and its aftermath. What was the Patriotic Movement, in which the National Socialists were originally only a faction, and why did it develop? How did Hitler and his Party, minor figures among a welter of similar men and organizations, rise to dominate Germany? Why was Bavaria a less fertile field than the rest of Germany for the National Socialists in the later years of the Weimar Republic? Assessing these questions in a rigorous study of the primary literature, Mr. Gordon has written, in essence, a case study of the roots of power, of the significance of individuals and issues in its development, transfer, use, and abuse."--Jacket.
Contents The contenders in the struggle for power. Traditional parties, political pressure groups, and the press ; The NSDAP ; The patriotic bands ; The Bavarian police and the political situation ; The Reichswehr and the political situation in Bavaria ; The Bavarian government -- The conflict. The opening volleys: January to September ; Kahr and his five-front war ; The coming of the putsch ; Night of confusion ; Days of decision ; The putsch outside München ; The putsch in the balance -- The new political milieu. The popular reaction to the putsch ; The immediate reaction of the Verbände, the pressure groups, and the left ; The putsch and the Reich ; The fate of the putschists leaders ; The government and the aftermath of the putsch ; The Reichswehr and the police after the putsch ; The new government and its policies ; The interim racist movement ; The Verbände beyond Hitler's orbit ; The balance sheet.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)516090
(OCoLC)ocm00516090
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gordon, Harold J.
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