World War 2 – The Early Days-法拉利599gto

Reference-and-Education After the end of the Great War Hitler returned to Munich and remained in the army or the Reichswehr as it would be known. In his role as an Intelligence .mando, he would infiltrate a small political party known originally as the German Workers Party which would later be changed to the National Socialists German Workers Party (NSDAP). On inspection Hitler was impressed by the parties founder member Anton Drexler’s nationalists anti-Semitic, anti-Capitalist and anti-Marxist ideologies which favoured a strong government and a Non Jewish version of socialism. Drexler being impressed by Hitler’s oratory skills invited him to join the party, which he accepted and became the 55th member and the seventh associate of the executive .mittee. In 1921 Hitler was discharged from the army and began to participate in the parties activities full time, be.ing a master speaker in front of large crowds his words starting to have influence on his audiences, criticising rival politicians, The Treaty of Versailles, nationalists Marxists and the Jews. During 1921 Hitler travelled to Berlin to visit other Nationalist groups and gain support for the cause, in his absence a revolt took place within the leadership of NSDAP, sensing an opportunity to seize power Hitler quickly returned to Munich and tendered his resignation, when the party realised that the loss of Hitler would effectively result in the collapse of the party, Hitler the ultimate opportunist declared he would return under the condition that he would replace Drexler as the Party Chairman with unlimited powers, which infuriated many members but eventually they succumbed and put to the vote of the party members. Hitler received 543 votes for and only one against. At the next meeting of NSDAP on the 29th July 1921 Adolf Hitler was to be introduced as the New Fuhrer of the National Socialist German Workers Party. With his new title Hitler continued his speeches criticising the Jews and .munists amoung others, as his popularity continued to grow, some influential faces were starting to attend his Beer hall speeches including Rudolf Hess, World War 1 Fighter ace Hermann Goring and Army Captain Ernst Rohm who would later be.e the head of the Nazi’s paramilitary group the SA (Storm Division) whom would be tasked with protecting the party’s meetings & attacking political opponents and enemies of the Nazi’s. Hitler was also starting to attract the attention of local business interests, being accepted into influential circles of Munich society, Where he would meet wartime army General Erich Lundendorff On the evening of November 8th 1923 Hitler and Lundendorff implemented a plan known as the Beer Hall Putsch its purpose to start a revolution which would overthrow the government of the Weimar Republic. The attempted Putsch inspired by Mussolini’s march on Rome, started when Hitler and a detachment of 600 SA marched on the Burgerbraukeller beer hall, the SA surrounded the building and a machine gun was set up facing the doors to the hall. At 8 30pm Hitler and some of his entourage burst through the doors where Gustav Ritter Von Kahr was delivering a speech to 3000 people and proclaimed " The National Revolution has broken out ". During the night and much of the next day the city was in chaos, however by midmorning of the 9th it became evident that the Putsch was to fail and many were about to give up when Lundendorff cried "We will march" !, together with Hitler and Rohm’s forces a total of 2000 men marched towards the Bavarian Defence Ministry, however in front of the Feldherrenhalle the Nazi’s were met by a force of 100 soldiers, the two sides exchanged fire killing four soldiers and 16 Nazi supporters, in the barrage of Gunfire Hitler was injured, with the coup doomed to failure he quickly fled the scene, only to be arrested two days later and charged with High Treason. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: