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Beer Hall Putsch

early, aborted Nazi coup (1923). [Ger. Hist.: Hitler, 198–241]
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The break began when Hitler aligned the NSDAP with other volkisch groups in the Kampfbund (led by Erich Ludendorft) in preparation for the Beerhall Putsch.
The assassination of Foreign Minister Walter Rathenau on 24 June 1922, just hours after late-night deliberations with Hugo has all the makings of an important transition, but the stakes are not dearly enough highlighted, and the rise of right-wing insurgency, like the French invasion of the Ruhr or Hitler's Beerhall Putsch the following year, remains underdramatized.