VERY RARE ORIGINAL 1924 BOOK

ON ADOLF HITLER's TRIAL AFTER

THE FAILED 1923 REVOLTE

Der Hitler-Prozess

(The Hitler trial)

EXTREMELY SCARCE PUBLICATION ON THE CASE

WHICH ENDED WITH ADOLF HITLER BEING SENTENCED

TO FIVE YEARS IN PRISON!

A very very hard to find book in good used condition

the book contains the pleadings of the prosecuting attorney and of the defending attorneys, Adolf Hitler's concluding speech and the judgement.

The judgement of the trial: Five years of prison for Hitler, between five and one year for his comrades and not-guilty for General Ludendorff

Offered for sale is a very hard to find original German publication on the trial against Adolf Hitler, General Ludendorff, S.A. Leader Ernst Röhm and others after the failed revolte in Munich 9 November 1923!

Der Hitler-Prozess

(The Hitler trial)

was printed 1924 from the Knorr & Hirth Verlag in Munich and contains the main important speeches of the trial like the pleadings the prosecuting attorney and of the defending attorneys, Adolf Hitler's concluding speech and the judgement.

The book is in good used condition, showing some signs of its 80+ years of age but all pages are there and undamaged. The size of this extremely scarce soft cover book is 7-1/2 x 10 inches with 126 pages

The judge sentenced Hitler to five years in prison of which he only spent a short time in the Landsberg prison. There he dictated his book "Mein Kampf" to his comrade and secretary, Rudolf Hess.

THIS RARE BOOK WILL BE AN ASSET

TO ANY SERIOUS COLLECTION OF

THIRD REICH HISTORY, EVEN MANY

MUSEUMS DON'T HAVE A COPY!

THIS SCARCE 1924 BOOK ON THE TRIAL

AGAINST ADOLF HITLER

Der Hitler-Prozess

(The Hitler trial)

IS OFFERED FOR SALE

FOR $235.00 INCL. SHIPPING WITH PRIORITY MAIL

TO ANY ADDRESS IN THE UNITED STATES.

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