Socialist Party Chairman and Cologne's Police Chief Attacked by Nazis Hot

Socialist Party Chairman and Cologne's Police Chief Attacked by Nazis

Adolf Hitler and Robert Ley

Robert Ley and other Nazis attack Otto Wels, chairman of the Socialist Party, and Otto Bauknecht, chief of police in Cologne.

The two are beaten badly, with Robert Ley smashing a wine bottle over Bauknecht's head. Ley and the Nazis are jailed; Ley is later sentenced to three months imprisonment.

 

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