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open anti-Semitism, caught the eye of an approving army officer and he was promoted to an "education officer"which gave him an opportunity to speak in public. 31 The other was the Stabswache (Staff Guard which in May 1923 was renamed the Stoßtrupp-Hitler (Shock Troop-Hitler). Papen dissolved Parliament, and the Nazi vote declined at the November Election. On 4 November 1921, the Nazi Party held a large public meeting in the Munich Hofbräuhaus. The SA and SS led torchlit parades throughout Berlin.
Bibliography Bracher, Karl Dietrich (1991). The Jewish German newspaper Jüdische Rundschau ( de ) wrote on Jan 31st:. He was sentenced to prison for five years but served only nine months, and those in relative comfort at Landsberg castle. In 1930 Hitler made an alliance with the Nationalist Alfred Hugenberg in a campaign against the Young Plan, a second renegotiation of Germanys war reparation payments. Her great virtue in Hitlers eyes was her unquestioning loyalty, and in recognition of this he legally married her at the end of his life. 88 See also edit References edit Informational notes He could not, at this time, run for political office in Germany, as he was not then a German citizen. A History of Us: War, Peace and All That Jazz. The prisoners were Russian, and Hitler had volunteered for the posting. Germany's Weimar political system made it difficult for chancellors to govern with a stable parliamentary majority, and successive chancellors instead relied on the president's emergency powers to govern. Hitler had determined, after some reflection, that power was to be achieved not through revolution outside of the government, but rather through legal means, within the confines of the democratic system established by Weimar. The Barmat Scandal was often used later in Nazi propaganda, both as an electoral strategy and as an appeal to anti-Semitism. Freikorps, which had been organized in 191819 from units of the German army that were unwilling to return to civilian life, and for political plotters against the republic.