Why did the German government put Hitler in prison?
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How did Hitler become boss?
After ww1, the German people and government where very depressed and humiliated. Germany later resulted into an economic depression. Hitler started a Nationalistic group and made speeches all around Germany about how he could bring them back to power. The Germans and their govt. turned to dictatorship an put Hitler in charge
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Was Hitler quiet in prison?
In 1921, Adolf Hitler, a decorated veteran of the First World War, became leader of the "Nationalsozialistiche Deutsche Arbeiterpartei" (NSDAP), the National Socialist German Workers' Party. This was the forerunner of the Nazi Party. In 1923 Hitler attempted a "coup d'etat" in Munich and this became known as the "Beer Hall Putsch". As a result of the failed coup Hitler was put in prison until 1924, and it was during his year's imprisonment he wrote the infamous "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle). Mein Kampf is a large tome, and presumably writing it kept him very busy and quiet.
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When did Hitler go to prison?
The first time Hitler went to prison was in 1921 when he and his followers disrupted a meeting of the Bayernbund. He was incarcerated for three months. On 8/9 November 1923 Hitler and his followers attempted to overthrow the German Government in what became known as the Beer Hall Putsch. Hitler issued a declaration, which read: Proclamation to the German people! We declare that the Government of the November criminals has been deposed today. A provisional national German government has been formed consisting of Gen Ludendorff, Adolf Hitler, Gen. von Lossow and Col. von Seisser. During the putsch, which was put down on 9 November 1923, 2 soldiers, 4 policemen and 16 Nazis were killed. Hitler escaped injury but Herman Goering, who also participated in the putsch was shot in the thigh and groin (ironically he was taken to the home of a Jewish family, Robert Ballin and his wife, who took him in and nursed his wounds). Hitler's trial began on 26 February 1924, and Hitler was sentenced to five years Festungshaft (literally fortress confinement) for high treason. He only served 9 months though (which isn't even a quatre of what he was meant to keep) , during which time he wrote the first part of his book "Mein Kampf" or "My Struggle" He was also treated like a king in there...
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When was Mussolini defeated?
Militarily or Politically? Mussolini invaded Albania in 1937 and his army had a difficult time. Then in April 1941, he invaded Greece without consulting with Hitler and if it wasn't for assistance from German troops, he would have lost there. July 16, 1943, the Grand Council met and asked Mussolini to step down, which he did. Hitler rescued him from prison and put him as head of the Fascist government in Northern Italy---but he was only a puppet of Hitler. Germany's troops continued to fight the Allies in Italy. On April 28, 1945, Mussolini was captured trying to escape the country and was executed by partisans. Custermen
Why were the prisoners sent to the concentration camps?
Because they were German and French Soldier's who were sent there to stop Germany from taking over so they captured them and put them in prison camps and were treated the same as the Jews some were killed some got out when they figured out what they were doing and tried to stop them but Hitler was too powerful by that time.