SHEYBNER-Richter Max Erwin von (Scheibner-Richter)( One of the first members of the NSDAP)
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Sheybner-Richter (Scheibner-Richter) Max Erwin von (9.1.1884, the Baltic States - 8/11/1923, Munich), one of the first members of the NSDAP. He participated in battles with the rebels during the Revolution of 1905-07. After his marriage he took his wife's name and received a right to use the aristocratic prefix 'von'. At the end of the 1-st world war, after the mass expulsion of Germans from the Baltic states, along with others. refugees moved to Munich. In 1918-19 a member of the Volunteer Corps. In 1920 joined the NSDAP. One of the closest associates of A. Hitler in the early 1920. With extensive connections in the financial and political circles (t.ch. was acquainted with F. Thyssens), organized the collection of funds for the party. Attracted to the Nazi movement gene. P. Ludendorff. In late 1920 organized the Russian-Germanic People's Front 'Revival' ( 'Aufbau'), which tried to unite the right wing of the Russian emigration. In the spring of 1921 organized the Bad Reyhenhalle Congress of Russian monarchists. Sheybner-Richter was one of the main initiators of the 'Beer Hall Putsch' in 1923. During the coup was close to Hitler and G. Goring in the column. Mortally wounded in a shootout with police. After the putsch, Hitler said: 'Everything is replaceable, but not he! "