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Adolf Hitler Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, 8, 9 Summary

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Chapter 7, 8, 9 Summary and Analysis

Party loyalists coax Hitler to eat again. Hitler's party is legally disbanded, but continues to have front groups. Alfred Rosenberg is the nominal head of the Nazi Party, but Hitler prefers party operations to be temporarily suspended. Much of the national crisis ends when a new stable currency is created by Hjalmar Schacht with the help of the Bank of England. In February 1924, Hitler, Gen. Ludendorff and eight others are put in trial in Munich. Hitler accepts responsibility for the Munich Putsch, and the judge openly sympathizes with the Nazis. Hitler is found guilty but hopes for an early release. Hitler writes a press release that he is withdrawing from politics to write his book "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle). Rudolf Hess joins Hitler in prison and provides a big help with typing and editing the book. Goring goes to Venice to try to get a...

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