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The Life and Death of Rudolf Hess (2015)
Sep 13, 2022

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The Life and Death of Rudolf Hess (2015)

David Irving on the life and death of Rudolf Hess. Rudolf had fought in WWI and had won a Iron Cross for bravery. He joined the NSDAP early on and was with Hitler at the Beer hall putsch. He was imprisoned with Hitler and assisted him in writing "Mein Kampf". Hess rose to be deputy leader of the NSDAP. In 1941, Hess undertook a dangerous flight to the British Isles in an attempt to negotiate peace. Churchill ordered Rudolf to be held in prison. In 1945, Hess was put before the fraudulent "Nuremberg trials" and sentenced to life in prison. In 1987, Rudolf was found dead. With speed all evidence regarding the death of Hess was eliminated. The entire prison was promptly destroyed, and Hess was buried at a secret location. Dug up, an autopsy claimed that 93 year old Hess, had committed suicide by hanging. A second autopsy, asked for by Rudolf's son, Wolf, showed that the marks on Rudolf's neck were inconsistant with hanging, and were level - consistant with strangulation.

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