squads were formally organized under Röhm into a private party army
Röhm was also able to secure protection from the Bavarian government, which depended on the local army command for the maintenance of order and which tacitly accepted some of his terrorist tactics.
The climax of this rapid growth of the Nazi Party in Bavaria came in an attempt to seize power in the Munich Putsch
when Hitler and General Erich Ludendorff tried to take advantage of the prevailing confusion and opposition to the Weimar Republic to force the leaders of the Bavarian government and the local army commander to proclaim a national revolution.
Nevertheless, the party grew slowly in numbers, and in 1926 Hitler successfully established his position within it against Gregor Strasser, whose followers were primarily in northern Germany.
Hitler was forbidden to make speeches, first in Bavaria, then in many other German states these prohibitions remained in force
1927 - 1928
The republic seemed to have become more respectable.
The advent of the Depression, however, led to a new period of political instability.
Hitler made an alliance with the Nationalist Alfred Hugenberg in a campaign against the Young Plan, a second renegotiation of Germany’s war reparation payments
The alliance also enabled him to seek support from many of the magnates of business and industry who controlled political funds and were anxious to use them to establish a strong right-wing, antisocialist government.
Hindenburg offered him the chancellorship of Germany. His cabinet included few Nazis at that point.
The German army advanced swiftly into the Soviet Union, corralling almost three million Russian prisoners, but it failed to destroy its Russian opponent.
On April 30 he said farewell to Goebbels and the few others remaining, then retired to his suite and shot himself.
His wife took poison. In accordance with his instructions, their bodies were burned.