Alfred Rosenberg: The Munich Beer Hall Putsch

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Alfred Rosenberg once stated “Germany will regard the Jewish question as solved only after the last Jew has left the greater German living space… Europe will have its Jewish questions solved only after the very last Jew has left the continent”. Rosenberg is known for quite a few things but Rosenberg is mostly known as one of the most influential Nazi intellectuals. Also, in the course of his career, Rosenberg held a number of important German state and Nazi Party posts. Rosenberg is one of many cofounders of the Militant League for German Culture. He has written many things such as The Myth of the Twentieth Century, Letzte Aufzeichnungen, Das Parteiprogramm, The Track of the Jew Through the Ages, and many others. Rosenberg has achieved many …show more content…
The Munich Beer Hall Putsch is a failed takeover of the government in Bavaria, a state in southern Germany. Hitler had led the Nazi Party, a fledgling political group that promoted German pride and anti-Semitism and was unhappy with the terms of the Treaty of Versailles to try this takeover. This failed takeover resulted in Adolf Hitler 's arrest. Hitler turned the reins of the Nazi Party over to Rosenberg, whom Hitler believed would prove feckless as a leader and thus no ultimate threat to his own authority. Because of this Rosenberg struggled to prevent Nazi Party movements from disintegrating. For a short while there was nothing to fear-for the Nazi Party would be banned and dismissed as a laughingstock until Hitler took control again upon his release. Rosenberg returned to journalism shortly after Hilters release. Beginning his chief work, Rosenberg got The Myth of the Twentieth Century (Der Mythus des 20. Jahrhunderts), published in 1930. Even though it isn 't officially translated into another language nor is it endorsed by Hitler as the authoritative expression of Nazi ideology, the book sold approximately one million copies by the late war years. This book also boosted Rosenberg 's standing as Party ideologue. Alfred Rosenberg 's völkish(racist) arguments and his emphasis on Lebensraum(the territory that a state or nation believes is needed for its natural development) corresponded with Nazi ideology. Even though he believed in the Nazi philosophy he promoted the Nordic Theory. The Nordic Theory states that he, also, posed that all fruits of Western culture has evolved slowly from Germanic tribes. However the Roman “priestly caste” which had arisen with Christianity had combined with Freemasons, Jesuits, and “international Jewry” to erode the culture and with it German spiritual values proves that that isn 't the case. Rosenberg is said to have Anti-christian rhetoric, even

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