Then, Hitler reorganized it into the Nazi Party. In 1923 he and his associates attempted to seize power in Munich (this attempt at a joke then called 'Beer Hall Putsch', since the decision was made about him in the pub). For this the court sentenced him to five years in prison. While there, Hitler wrote the bulk of the book 'Mein Kampf' ('My Struggle'), in which he outlined his political and racial ideas. A year later he was released and returned to active politics. In the 20 years the Nazis dragged quite a miserable existence. The rapid growth of their impact began during the economic crisis of 1929-1933. The National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) became the center of gravity of the Nazis, was established in 1919.
Relatively quickly became the leader of this party Adolph Hitler. Adolf Hitler – the founder and central figure in National Socialism, the founder of the totalitarian dictatorship of the Third Reich, the leader (Fuehrer) of the National Socialist German Workers' Party on July 29, 1921, Chancellor of National Socialist Germany c 31 January 1933, the Fuehrer and Reich Chancellor of Germany from August 2, 1934, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of Germany in World War ii. The history of attempts on the Fuhrer has about 50 cases. But all attempts failed. Can we consider these facts a coincidence? Or is it Providence, in which firmly believed the most important fascist criminals? Even during the First World War, when Hitler was a simple soldier, and participated in the battles on the Western Front, the majority of his colleagues considered him lucky, and the coward he was never proved that its award-winning and wounded. Filed under: Author.