2000 nazis and nazi supporters marched into Munich, aiming to take over vital buildings and cities.
Hitler forced Kahr and Lossow to support his plan to march to Berlin and install Ludendorff as Germany's new leader and both Kahr and Lussow swore their loyalty to the putsch and later announced their opposition to the putsch.
armed police and officers confronted the Nazis and 14 were killed.
members of the SA used violence and intimidation against members of the Bavarian state republic
the president declares a state of emergency and Lossow is told to crush the uprising. this results in the death of 14 nazis.