Adolf Hitler is arrested in Munich for his role in the Beer Hall Putsch

Adolf Hitler is arrested in Munich for his role in the Beer Hall Putsch

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Two days after the putsch, Hitler was arrested and charged with high treason in the special People's Court. Some of his fellow conspirators, including Rudolf Hess, were also arrested, while others, including Hermann Göring and Ernst Hanfstaengl, escaped to Austria. The Nazi Party's headquarters was raided, and its newspaper was banned.

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