Munich Putsch's Rise To Power In Germany

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The Munich Putsch was an important political and military event in Germany as it helped the Nazi’s rise to power. It was the trigger that made Hitler’s consolidation of power in Germany occur, the Putsch and Hitler’s subsequent trial turned him into a national figure. After prison, Hitler worked to rebuild the Nazi Party and gain power via legal political methods, such as the Nazis trying to win over the classes in Germany, by projecting different messages in 1924."Instead of working to achieve power by an armed coup we shall have to hold our noses and enter the Reichstag against the Catholic and Marxist deputies. If outvoting them takes longer than outshooting them, at least the results will be guaranteed by their own Constitution! Any lawful…show more content…
Socially This led to them doubting the ability of the Weimar Republic Government’s ability to run a country later seen in the public fury and anti war sentiment after the Reichstag fire, the Nazi party won 288 seats and over 17 million votes after the fire. ”Many blamed the Weimar Republic. This was made apparent when political parties on both right and left wanting to disband the Republic altogether made any democratic majority in Parliament impossible.” The Wall Street Crash caused unemloyment to rise and a demand of domestic goods fell as people could not afford to buy things, so unemployment rose further. This created another vicious circle and undid Stresseman’s hard…show more content…
To conclude my assessment, I believe that the Munich Putsch has of great significance as to how it efected Germany politically. The Munich Putsch can be said a it acted as a catalyst to many other events to follow. It was interdependently linked to the Wall Street Crash and without the Wall Street Crash and vise versa, the Great Depression would also not have occured and Germany’s economical stance would have been much better throughout 1923 to
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