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Wilhelm Frick Dismissed From Munich Police for Role in Beer Hall Putsch

Wilhelm Frick

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For his role in the Beer Hall Putsch, Wilhelm Frick is dismissed from his job with the Munich police and given a suspended sentence of 15 months in prison.

Wilhelm Frick will later be named Reich Minister of the Interior and given responsibility for drafting many of the repressive Nazi laws, including the Enabling Act which gives Hitler absolute power and, later, the Nuremberg race laws which deprive Jews of their civil rights. Until 1936 he serves as chief of all Germany police forces.

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