Hitler moved to Munich, Germany from Vienna, Austria in 1913, after receiving the final payment from his father's estate. He later wrote (in Mein Kampf) that he had always considered himself to be a German and wanted to live in a "real" German city. However, the move also allowed Hitler to evade service in the Austrian military.
The 1938 Munich Agreement is an infamous example of appeasement. In Munich, France, England, Italy and German leader Hitler, devised a plan to give the Sudetenland, a German populated part of Czechoslovakia, to Hitler. Hitler promised that if the allies agreed to allow this, there would be no wars in Europe. Prime Minister of England Chamberlain and France were fooled by Hitler, as he created a war a year later.
They used a policy of appeasement. They met in Munich, Germany to sign the Munich Pact to allow Hitler to take the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. This act made them look like fools when they learned Hitler had already sent troops into the Sudetenland before the Munich Conference and the signing of the pact.
Answer Hitler Putsch or Munich Putsch On 8 November, 1923, Hitler and the SA stormed a public meeting headed by Kahr in the Bürgerbräukeller, a large beer hall outside of Munich. Hitler had intended to copy Mussolini's "March on Rome". However the police responded and sixteen Nazi members were killed. Hitler was put on trial. On 1 April 1924, Hitler was sentenced to five years' imprisonment at Landsberg Prison. However Hitler only ended up serving…