München Neueste Nachrichten- November 14, 1923

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München Neueste Nachrichten- November 14, 1923

Post by Keir » 26 Dec 2010 15:45

I'm excited to share this newspaper that was saved by the great-grandfather of a student of mine, shown me by the mother. This is the obituary page of those who died during the Munich putsch which had taken place a mere five days earlier. What I find particularly striking is the name of one of them listed as dead- H. Gohring. Apparently it was listed to give Göring enough time to flee to Sweden.
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Re: München Neueste Nachrichten- November 14, 1923

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Re: München Neueste Nachrichten- November 14, 1923

Post by SteveFBS » 29 Dec 2010 19:58

Wow! That is very interesting. Thanks for sharing with us.
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Re: München Neueste Nachrichten- November 14, 1923

Post by ihoyos » 30 Dec 2010 00:14

Interesting, so only 14 listed.
The martyrs were 16 so who are the 3 no remembered, ( Göring don count)
may be a zoom photo wuth help.
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Re: München Neueste Nachrichten- November 14, 1923

Post by Grisu » 28 Feb 2011 14:19

ihoyos wrote:Interesting, so only 14 listed.
The martyrs were 16 so who are the 3 no remembered, ( Göring don count)
may be a zoom photo wuth help.
great item
Rickmers, Ehrlich and Kuhn are not in the list. And unless one wants to adopt national socialist propaganda language, it's - in my view - advisable to put "martyrs" in inverted commas.

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