On the 8th of November, 1923, Adolf Hitler's Nation Socialist (Nazi) Party launched an attempted revolution in Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, in order to overcome to Weimar Republic and rid them from office. It was easily crushed by the army and the police, but it was yet another example of the violent political extremism which lay just beneath the surface of the Weimar Republic which was extremely unpopular at the time.
have sufficent numbers to create the final uproar needed to overcome the Weimar Government and seize power for themselves. At the time of the Putsch, the Nazi Party only had 3000 members which is hardly enough needed to take over the whole country which is factor leading up to the failure of the Putsch which resulted in the arrests of many of the Nazi Party's members, including Hitler himself. A benefit to Hitler's arrest was that he was given the oppurtunity to write his famous book 'Mein Kampf' or 'My Struggle'. This book allowed Hitler to expand on his political ideologies and future plans for Germany.