Point of Dispersion
On November 9, 1923, after a bloody encounter with the police, the Nazi Party successfully takes control Munich in the Beer Hall Putsch. Now in control of Munich, Hitler declares himself in charge of Bavaria. He then leaves Rudolf Hess in charge of Bavaria while he, Nazi Party Members, and the SA attempt a march on Berlin. Obviously inspired by Mussolini, Hitler's March on Berlin is met by the Reichswehr, and it is dispersed. Hitler and the Nazi Party flee to Munich, and the German Civil War begins, just five years after the Versailles Conference.