Looking into the future, you always analyze the past. To avoid mistakes and not to step on the same rake. Remembering the events that took place in the world in the first half of the twentieth century, a wild horror takes hold at the thought that the Second World War may happen again, and the ice killers in the form of the SS will appear somewhere again. Where was the point of return, after which Germany inevitably took the path that led the world to disaster? Perhaps the events of the Beer Hall Putsch of 1923 will help answer this question.
Playing on the ferment of minds that was observed in Germany, which was brought to its knees after the defeat in the First World War, Hitler calculated everything accurately. The discontented Germans did not know who to rely on and what to expect in the future. Subtly grasping the confusion of society, the future dictator realized that the frightened sheep would take the iron hand with the whip with a bang. And, having laid the basis of his strategy the idea of a certain exclusivity of ethnic Germans, Hitler rushed to power.
As subsequent events showed, the political picture in the country was formed for the dictator in the best way. Enlisting the support of the national hero General Ludendorff, as well as relying on the trunks of the extremists of the SA ('Storm troops'), in November 1923, Hitler made the first attempt at a coup d'etat.