Beer Haw Putsch

The Beer Haw Putsch, an aa kent as the Munich Putsch,[1] an, in German, as the Hitlerputsch or Hitler-Ludendorff-Putsch, wis a failed coup attempt bi the Nazi Pairty leader Adolf Hitler — alang wi Generalquartiermeister Erich Ludendorff an ither Kampfbund leaders — to seize pouer in Munich, Bavarie, during 8–9 November 1923. Aboot twa thoosand men marched tae the centre o Munich, whaur thay confrontit the police, which resultit in the daith o 16 Nazis an fower policemen.[1]

Beer Haw Putsch
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The Marienplatz in Munich during the Beer Haw Putsch.
Date8–9 November 1923
LocationMunich, Bavarie, Germany
48°07′49″N 11°35′31″E / 48.1304°N 11.592°E / 48.1304; 11.592Coordinates: 48°07′49″N 11°35′31″E / 48.1304°N 11.592°E / 48.1304; 11.592
ActionHitler an his associates planned tae seize Munich an later tae uise Munich as a base for a march against Germany's Weimar Republic govrenment

Nazi Pairty

 Weimar Republic

Commanders an leaders
Militar support
2,000+ 130
Casualties an losses
16 killed
Aboot a dozen injured
Mony capturt an imprisoned
4 killed


  1. 1.0 1.1 Dan Moorhouse, ed. The Munich Putsch., accessed 2008-05-31.