Events Relating to the Rise of the Third Reich in 1922  
  Thursday, January 12, 1922  
  Adolf Hitler was sentenced to three months for breach of the peace for his role in the disturbance that occurred in Munich at the Lowenbraukeller where the Nazis assaulted Otto Ballerstedt of the Bavarian League on November 4, 1921. Two months of the sentence were suspended pending good behavior.  
   
  Wednesday, April 12, 1922  
  In a speech in Munich, Adolf Hitler identified with Christianity and vilified the Jews. Read the text of the speech.  
   
  Saturday, June 24, 1922  
  Hitler began serving his one month sentence at Stadelheim prison in Munich for the his role in the Lowenbraukeller incident of November 4, 1921.  
   
  Thursday, July 27, 1922  
  Hitler was released after serving a one month sentence at Stadelheim prison in Munich for the his role in the Lowenbraukeller incident.  
   
  Friday, July 28, 1922  
  In a speech in Munich, Adolf Hitler gave a speech entitled “Free State or Slavery”. Read the text of the speech.  
   
  Monday, September 18, 1922  
  Adolf Hitler spoke to a gathering of the NSDAP in the Circus Krone in Munich, which was attended by about 6,000 people. He concluded his speech with a list of 9 demands including revenge on the "November criminals of 1918,” draconian punishment of people charging high interest, and immediate extradition of all Jews who immigrated after 1914 or who got rich on the stock market. Read the text of the speech.  
     
   
     
   
 

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