The Beer Hall Putsch (Munich Putsch) and Mein Kampf
- Attempt to overthrow the government after protesting the French Occupation of the Ruhr
- Supposed to be like Mussolini's March on Rome
- It fails
- Both Hitler and Gen. Ludendorff arrested and sent to Landsberg Prison
In 1923, Hitler led the Munich Beer Hall putsch to try and spark a change in government. As a result, he was imprisoned in Landsberg prison and from that he wrote his book "Mein Kampf".