Having been courtmartialled for anti-semitic activities, for being a successful house painter and for having exhibited portraits in the Louvre
Having been decorated for bravery on the western front, for never having held down a job and for being homosexual.
Having been decorated for bravery on the western front, for never having held down a job and for having been gassed.
For having lost both parents to the Spanish flu, being Viennese and having been a runner on the western front.
Dresden Arbeit Party
Deutsch Assembly Party
Disconcerted Artists Policy
Made him a convinced monarchist
Made him a convinced nationalist and anti-semite
Made him a convinced nationalist and supporter of a sense of national comradeship
Made him a sergeant at war with his own emotions.
Hindenburg, Ebert and Otto Strasser
Hitler, Hindenburg and Ludendorff
Ludendorff, Hitler and Rohm
Otto Strasser, Gregor Strasser and Baron von Richthofen
Number 1. As if he was going to settle for anything less;
Number 2. Anton Drexler was there first.
Number 666. Devil's number
Number 555. Really number 55, but they started counting at 500 to make themselves look more numerous.
His oratorical skills were peerless.
His organisational skills were peerless.
His university qualifications gave him credibility as a race expert.
He was a bully and resorted to violence on a regular basis.
The appointment of Hindenburg as president, restoration of the Kaiser and an increase in the size of the regular army.
Banning of all trade unions, freedom of economic endeavour and a new Prussian style parliament.
The establishment of a national army, nationalisation of industry and the abolition of unearned income.
That only a member of the race could be a citizen, the Kaiser was to be restored,
When other leaders in the Kampfbund, including the premier of Bavaria, von Kahr, refused to move against the Stresemann govt in November 1923
When Hitler realised that Ludendorff was free from obligations to the state and could assist in marching against the govt.
When Hitler argued violently with von Kahr, the Bavarian premier, and refused to act against the Stresemann govt.
In November 1923 and failed due to a lack of ammunition.