Pressured Conservatives Lift Public Speaking Ban on Adolf Hitler Hot

Pressured Conservatives Lift Public Speaking Ban on Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler at a NSDAP Meeting in Munich
Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

Under pressure from conservative forces, the Bavarian state government removes the ban on Adolf Hitler giving public speeches. This ban had been imposed after the failed Beer Hall Putsch and technically it should have run for another two years.

Saxony was the first state to lift its ban on Hitler speaking, back in January.

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