For the charges of conspiracy and treason, for which she is found guilty, I sentence her to five years of Festungshaft." The judge Georg Neithardt's gavel strike echoes inside the courtroom of the Munich Bavarian court at the conclusion of the trial, where nine individuals are accused of attempting a coup several months earlier to overthrow the democratic Bavarian Republic of Councils. Local newspapers have been covering the topic for over a month, already colloquially referred to as the "Bürgerbräukeller putsch," and have coined a special title for the judicial proceeding: they call it the "Ludendorff-Hitler trial."
Living Through History,where we embark on a captivating journey through the events, people, and stories that have shaped the world in the 20th and 21st centuries. Join us as we unravel the intricate tapestry of modern history, exploring pivotal moments, cultural shifts, political revolutions, and technological breakthroughs that have defined our contemporary world. With expert interviews, firsthand accounts, and deep dives into archives, Living Through History offers a fresh perspective on the recent past, revealing the fascinating and sometimes surprising connections between yesterday and today. Whether you're a history enthusiast or simply curious about how we got to where we are now, this podcast will inspire your curiosity and deepen your understanding of the modern era.
Script: Federico Bettuzzi
Production: Giovanni Zorzi