Bavarian police begin making inquiries into the possibility of deporting Adolf Hitler back to Austria. A primary reason for this is the concern among some politicians that he might actually be found innocent at his trial for his failed Beer Hall Putsch. Authorities in Upper Austria agree that they can and would take him at a border crossing in Passau.
By September, though, Austrian authorities will have changed their minds. Austrian Chancellor Ignaz Seipel will personally reject the request, arguing that by serving in the German armed forces during World War I Hitler had given up his Austrian citizenship. Austria will consider Adolf Hitler a German citizen and won't want him anymore.
The personal involvement of Ignaz Seipel is curious, given the fact that he is himself a fanatically antisemitic Catholic (and a Catholic priest, too) who is a member of the antisemitic Christian Social Party, founded by one-time mayor of Vienna Karl Lueger whose antisemitic rhetoric inspired Adolf Hitler.