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             Hitler's failure in November 1923 became a politically instructive experience for him and an important lesson for the organizational development of the party. What was the "lesson" and what consequences did Hitler draw from it, especially with respect to political tactics?.
             Adolf Hitler's life began in Austria on April 20, 1889. No one could have foreseen the dramatic effect this young boy would soon have on the world. The Austrian born Hitler often behaved in what can only be described as erratic behavior from which, at times, only Adolf could muster reason. This allowed Adolf's life to be full of unexpected and often unfathomable ups and downs. Fortunately for him, he was able to learn from the various events that shaped his life. One such event providing a great political lesson for the young Adolf was the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch.
             The Beer Hall Putsch was a critical moment for Hitler. A crucial moment that would end in utter defeat. Hitler's attempt to overthrow the Weimar Republic by force was a humiliating experience for Hitler and the Nazi movement. However, after a brief bout of depression over the failed coup, Hitler became more determined than ever to oust the democratic Weimar Republic government. While imprisoned at Landsberg, he searched for and reflected upon the mistakes that led to the defeat of his Nazi revolution and thus vowed not to repeat the same errors. Consequently, the lessons learned by Hitler would become the basis for the revival of the NSDAP after his release from prison. .
             Hitler learned from the Beer Hall Putsch that overthrowing a modern state was not going to be accomplished by a simple armed uprising. The state, although fledgling, was quite capable of extinguishing the sparks of a rebellion prior to the onslaught of the flames of revolution. Moreover, it could likely be accomplished without any detrimental effect on the state itself through the use of the German army.

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