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  1. The Munich Putsch Bell starter:

  2. Big Picture What were the problems of the early Weimar Republic? 1923

  3. The Munich Putsch L Obj: to be able to describe how the NSDAP responded to the events of 1923 To be able to explain why Hitler got such a light punishment Extension – can someone find out what Mussolini was up to in 1922 – thank you!

  4. (3) Rudolf Olden, describing Hitler’s role in the Munich Putsch (in his book Hitler the Pawn, 1936) Hitler wanted "to make himself scarce," to retreat with the fighting leagues to Rosenheim. This simply meant flight. The General had another plan. He was certain of success. No German, at any rate no German in uniform, would shoot at the "General of the World War," at the national hero. At about noon a procession of 2000 National Socialists marched, twelve abreast, through the town. At first shot Hitler had flung himself to the ground. He sprained his arm, but this did not prevent him from running. He found his car and drove into the mountains.

  5. Which photograph is the least useful to Historians trying to find out about the Munich Putsch? • Explain why the Nazi party attempted the Munich Putsch in 1923? Tip: look at the provenance of the sources

  6. Questions • Why did Hitler attempt the Putsch in 1923? • Why was the Putsch a failure? • What punishment • Could Hitler have got for treason? • Did Hitler get for treason? • Why did Hitler get such a lenient sentence? • What power did Ebert use to stop Hitler?

  7. Review: • Describe 5 details of the Munich Putsch to your learning partner. Can they remember 5 more? • Who can give the best explanation as to why Hitler got such a light punishment?

  8. French Troops arriving in the Ruhr How far were they responsible for the Munich Putsch?

  9. Big Picture What were the problems of the early Weimar Republic? 1923

  10. The Munich Putsch L Obj: To be able to describe how the NSDAP responded to the events of 1923 To be able to use an exam-busting strategy!

  11. Strategy: • Read for meaning & highlight the provenance • Check the questions – what is each question’s focus? • Highlight relevant “quotations” • Plan your answer • Write your answer L Obj: To be able to use an exam-busting strategy!

  12. 1. Study Source A. What can you learn from Source A about the events in the Burgerbraukeller on the evening of 8 November? (6) L Obj: To be able to use an exam-busting strategy!

  13. What can you learn about…? Events on 8 Nov

  14. Use the sources and your own knowledge to explain what happened in Munich on 8/9 November 1923. (12) Level 1: Simple statements giving facts, e.g. Hitler fell, he flung himself to the ground etc. (1-3) Level 2: Developed statements about events, using some sources and some own knowledge (4-6) Level 3: Developed paragraphs about events from all three sources, using own knowledge. Shows difference between sources. e.g. Source G says the Nazis were forced to return fire whereas Source F says Hitler was a coward and ran away when he heard gunfire. (7-10) Level 4: Developed explanation of events using own knowledge and all three sources. Clear structure and preciseknowledge/”quotations”. (11-12) L Obj: To be able to use an exam-busting strategy!

  15. The Munich Putsch I feel like I am an expert about … L Obj: To be able to describe how the NSDAP responded to the events of 1923 To be able to use an exam-busting strategy! I could do with some quiet help about…