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Wilhelm Ehrlich (8 August 1894 - 9 November 1923) was a German bank clerk, who participated in the attempted Nazi overthrow of the Bavaria, Munich government, which came to be know as the Beer Hall Putsch. During the stand off between the Nazis and the police, sixteen Nazis were killed including Ehrlich. Adolf Hitler dedicated his book Mein Kampf to him and the others who were killed.

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