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Ο Αδόλφος Χίτλερ Και Η Γερμανική Ιστορία ~ Adolf Hitler And The German Story…! (Video)

Το Πραξικόπημα Της Μπυραρίας – 8 & 9 Νοεμβρίου, 1923 ~ Beer Hall Putsch – Munich, November 8 & 9, 1923…! (Video)

Χέρμαν Γκαίρινγκ: Η Μαύρη Παρασκευή – 9 Νοεμβρίου, 1923 ~ Hermann Goering: The Black Friday – November 9, 1923…! (Photo)

9 November 1923

By Hermann Goering

In Bavaria the Party had already reached its zenith. At the same time the Bavarian Government Party considered that the time had come to exploit the general discontent with the Berlin Government: they would move to the attack and therewith split the Reich. Hitler himself was firmly resolved to prevent this happening and to use the disgust with Berlin to organize a united and general attack against the Government of the Reich as such. The events which led up to the so-called Hitler Putsch are well known and it would take up too much space to describe them here. On the 9th November, 1923, on the fifth anniversary of the shameful November revolt, it was planned to strike the decisive blow. Confidently trusting the solemn promises of von Kahr, Lossow and Seisser (Government, Army and Police), Hitler, in the night from the 8th to the 9th November, proclaimed the new Germany and declared the Government of the Reich to be removed from office. On the following day the march to Berlin was to have started. We know today that Herr von Kahr, as representing Catholic and Wittelsbach tendencies, had planned quite a different action for the 12th November. And so the movement, without knowing it, had, by its action, saved the unity of the Reich.

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Αδόλφος Χίτλερ – “Η Μεγαλύτερη Ιστορία ΟΥΔΕΠΟΤΕ Ελέχθη” — Adolf Hitler – “The Greatest Story NEVER Told”…! (Video)

Το Πραξικόπημα Της Μπυραρίας… Στο Μόναχο Στις 8/9 Νοεμβρίου, 1923 – The Beer Hal Putsch In Munich Of 8th/9th November, 1923…! (Photos)


November 1923, saw the German revolt against a French initiative to seize control of Bavaria and to force its secession from Germany proper. Hitler made the decision to respond decisively.  “At that time our opponents intended to raise a revolution about the 12th November, and a Bavarian revolution at that . . .  As soon as I heard this, I knew that the hour of Germany’s destiny was approaching.  Then I formed the resolution to strike four days before our opponents and so seize for our side the initiative.” – Putsch Anniversary Speech, 1937

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