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THE HUNGARIAN BEER HALL PUTSCH - THE SZEMERE–BOBULA–ULAIN COUP PLAN, 1923
The years following World War One belonged to a crisis period when political extremities strengthened throughout Europe. In Hungary, it was also the peak of the radical right wing, and some radical political circles even planned coups d'état against the conservative government that was working on the political consolidation of Hungary. A group of radical right-wing politicians led by Member of the Parliament Ferenc Ulain who had been in confidential contact with German radical right-wingdoi:10.5281/zenodo.5084928 fatcat:65wsod6lpjavrdx4rvp6cuk4ny