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    morning on a November day in the city of Munich. Hitler and his storm troops assemble to surround the beer hall. As Hitler sees the storm troopers gathering around the facility, he decides that this is the perfect time for his putsch or “national revolution”. He enters the beer hall and fires his weapon. “BAM!” The blast of the loud firearm shocks the crowd tremendously and they freeze to see what Hitler will do next. He takes the speaker of the large crowd, Von Kahr, and the other political leaders into a connecting room. Little did he know, that his conspirators were not taking over the key spots and Bavarian authorities had time to gather to stop the march on Berlin. The shootout killed about 14 Nazis and captured Hitler. This event led to his trial and later on the making of his ideology in the Mein Kampf, which changed the whole world war and the years to come. The Beer Hall Putsch and Hitler’s autobiography, the Mein Kampf, led to the rise of the Nazi party, which ultimately caused an immense change during World War II to today’s society across the world.…

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    Hitler’s Jail Time By: Sabrina Mathews Year: 1924 Landsberg Germany, April 1st. I have traveled back in time to see Adolf Hitler arrested and put away into the Landsberg jail. He was able to escape the German law enforcers after his attempted revolution to take over Germany called the “Beer Hall Putsch”. The Beer Hall Putsch was organized by the Nazi Party which Adolf was a part of. The Nazi Part was created around the 1920s. In Germany it was the end of the war and the citizens were trying…

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    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…

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    vision pushed an entire group of people in an area to the verge of decimation, killing millions in the pursuit of a sickening dream, Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th, 1889 in Austria. By the age of 18, Hitler had lost both of his parents and moved to Vienna, where he was first exposed to anti-Semitism and where he developed his anti-Semitic beliefs. He resided in Vienna and planned to attend the art school there, only to be rejected twice. From here, Hitler joined…

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    “Basically, why are you here? I think.” I asked a final time, and Hugh took a closer look inside the cell at the man, his face rested against the bars. Hugh showed no fear. The man leapt up and took the notepad from the rock. He scurried to the puddle, fiddling for the pencil which lay submerged in the filthy water. I urged him to talk to me. “Ne!” he harked back at me, as best he could. His mood had changed. He pulled his hand away from the puddle clutching the pencil, and he scribbled…

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    orphanage: Wendy McGuire, 8, Jeremy Nichols, 11, and Samuel Allard, 8.” I drop the newspaper. I don’t fuck with haunted orphanages. That might be the last thing I fuck with. I run out of the office but forget which way to go. My instinct tells me left so I take it. And then another left. I find my way to the spelling room, but something catches my eye. I look at the chalkboard that displayed roughly seven words last time I checked. The only word on the board now is “help”. I turn to sprint down…

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    The hallway is lit by a single light attached to the middle of the popcorn ceiling. There used to be two lights but one bulb flickered and died leaving the hallway dim. The popcorn ceiling is picked off and gone in some spots, mostly around the light and close to the walls. There are also a few tan stains that are darker around the edges and lighter almost white as they go in. The stains might be water stains from who ever lived in the house before. The flooring in the hallway is a worn dark…

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    quiet that comes with the snowfall when every living animal is hiding at home where it’s warm. The Dungeon looked like hell but felt like Heaven. This was one ritual that she didn’t understand the point of. There were many in her community, all of which had practical purposes. This one was one of the more ridiculous ones, sending children to this hallway and then not letting them out until they passed the criteria and were allowed back home. They had to wander these halls until the elders or…

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    exception. While the schools have many areas under control, the hallways at Highland and the cafeteria at Lacey are still an issue. By focusing on consistent adult interactions to uphold behavioral expectations, better hallway and cafeteria management will result for both Lacey Elementary and Highland High School. Student Characteristics, Issues, and Factors Most students at Highland and Lacey are very responsible. They know the expectations and act appropriately. While most would think…

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    I found a room at a motel close to the bridge, but not too close. I didn’t want to meet anyone I knew. I stopped by the liquor store and bought a case of piss beer and drank a few until the clock read 11:00 PM. The bridge was a special spot for Matt and I, our secret hideout from the world. I crossed the street (with beer case in hand) and walked the tree- lined path along the river past the apartment complex to the underpass. When we lived in the apartment complex as neighbors, it was the…

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