This jail cell will not stop me from continuing my fight to spread my ideaology!
We will eventually be able to rise up and change the country to what it should be. Keep on pushing.
After the failed Beer Hall Putsch in the city of Munich in November 1923, Hitler was put on trial and arrested for attempting to lead this violent uprising against authority.
WE HAVE THE POWER!
TIME FOR CHANGE
While in jail, Hitler composed a book detailing his ideology and vision for the future of Germany. He titled the book Mein Kampf which means "My Struggle." His strong anti-Semitic views encompassed his writing as he blamed the Jews for all the world's problems.
Hitler was sentenced to five years in prison but was released after only nine months. Despite the Nazi Party not doing well in the elections in the late 1920s, Hitler and supporters continued to establish and promote their extremist political views.
In 1933, the Nazi Party gained momentum and liberal democracy dissolved in Germany. The Nazis mobilized the country for war and aimed for expansion.
The overwhelming Nazi power and influence led to many new laws created that discriminated against, disenfranchised, and persecuted Jews and other racial minorities. For example, many stores and public facilities would not allow Jews. The Party quickly quieted anyone who protested these laws.
JEWS NOT ALLOWED!
The laws led to even more power which led to more radical laws. The strength of the Party was so evident that disobeying their control was a daunting task. The lives of Jews and racial minorities were completely changed or ripped away. They were sent to concentration camps, lived in harsh conditions, and many died from starvation and disease.