The Beer Hall Putsch in Munich - interviews (00:02:19)

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The Beer Hall Putsch in Munich - interviews

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Germany, Munich, 08-11-1923


Interviews with english voice-over

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Grassman, Günther

(witness in 1923) , speaking German:
-  "A friend of my father, a ministry councillor was standing next to me, reiterating: it is a comedy, it is a comedy… The atmosphere of the room was more startled than enthusiastic. Or people simply did not know how to handle the situation "

Felder, Josef

(Reichstag - representative) , speaking German:
-  "I heard it in1920, when Hitler published his program at the congregation in Hofbräuhaus, and it made an extremely bad impression on me. Then I said to one of my friends, who was with me at the gathering, that this person should be never allowed to have political power. "

Füss, Karl

(witness in 1923) , speaking German:
-  "Then of course I went to the Bürgerbräu-cellar, and saw people standing there, wearing wristlets with swastika and holding guns in their hands. They were in civil clothes, but most of them already in groups – the SA armed – and with guns in their hands. "

Egon Haufstaengl

(son of Hitler's patron) , speaking German:
-  "As soon as the gun-fight started, his bodyguard, Ulrich Graf stood infront of Hitler, and after being hit by numerous shots, he dropped pulling down Hitler as well He said, that everything is lost already, nothing makes sense and so, and then he made scenes flailing with a gun in his hand and that he will commit suicide, but my mother’s reacton was really fast, and she took away his gun and said: Mister Hitler, you cannot do this, you have to think about your fellow soldiers, you cannot disappoint them."

Gritschneder, Otto

(lawyer in 1923) , speaking German:
-  "He was an old offender. If the court had not been insane enough to release him, then he would have had to be in prison at least till 1929-30, and then it would have made no difference already"




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