Bavarian Prime Minister Held Imposes Public Speaking Ban on Adolf Hitler Hot

Bavarian Prime Minister Held Imposes Public Speaking Ban on Adolf Hitler

Hitler in the early 1920s
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In Bavaria, Prime Minister Heinrich Held imposes a complete ban on public speaking against Adolf Hitler for two years. This makes Bavaria the 6th German state where Hitler is banned from speaking to the public and others will follow suit.

The reason Held uses for this ban is a speech given by Hitler at the Bürgerbräukeller for the re-founding of the Nazi Party, just after his release from prison. Although Hitler promised in this speech to fight Marxism and Jews, he also promised to work within the democratic system of Germany.

As the speech went on, though, he also started making threats again and this is what concerns Held enough to impose a ban.

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