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Complete the statement about the Munich Putsch

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On the evening of

in the year of

Hitler, and 600 SA men burst into a public meeting held in the

in Munich which was being adressed by Gustav von Kahr, the Bavarian Chief Minister. At gunpoint, von Kahr and the army chief von Lossow agreed to help in the planned takeover. They later informed the police and authorities of Hitler's plan. When a Nazi force of 2000 SA men marched through

the following morning, they were met by the police. In the clash, shots were fired in which sixteen Nazis and four policeman were killed. Hitler escaped the scene but was arrested

days later. Together with his main supporter, General

Hitler was put on trial and the Nazi Party was banned.

Hitler's trial started in

and lasted one month. It gave him national publicity. He criticised the 'November...

... the Treaty of Versailles and the 'Jewish...

... who had betrayed Germany. While Ludendorff was let off, Hitler was sentenced to

years in prison. He only served

months.



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