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This week on the Daily Beat: Author Peter Ross Range joins the show to talk about Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in Germany as partially covered in his 2016 book “1924: The Year That Made Hitler.”
Peter Ross Range is a former foreign and domestic correspondent for Time Magazine and has served as a fellow at many prestigious universities, including Harvard and North Carolina.
Today on the Daily Beat, Tuesday, December 6, 2016: Peter Ross Range tells the story of the Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler’s attempt to overthrow the German government in 1923.
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