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This Day at Law

Hitler put on trial for treason in Munich

On February 26, 1924, Adolf Hitler and several others were put on trial for treason in Munich in connection with an attempted putsch. Learn more about the Munich (or "Beer Hall") Putsch and the subsequent trial of Hitler and his associates.

President Lincoln signs Naitonal Banking Act into law

On February 26, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the National Banking Act into law, creating the American banking charter system. The Act furthermore created the Office of the Comptroller of Currency (OCC) within the Treasury Department. The law was furthermore intended to help raise money for the Civil War by pressing banks to buy federal as opposed to state bonds. The law was not a successful as intended in this regard and was soon replaced by the National Banking Act of 1864.Read the current U.S. law on banking from the University of Cornell School of Law, and read the history of the OCC from the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

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