Definition of 'putsch'
Example sentences containing 'putsch'
He had written admiringly to Hitler when the Fuhrer was languishing in prison after his abortive Munich putsch.LOOKING FOR THE SPARK
`My government were desperate to play down the military's involvement in the attempted putsch.CODE BREAKER
He had missed the putsch itself, had been away, hadn't taken in that this very same Adolf Hitler was one of its leaders.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
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