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Secret dossier deepens mystery about the death of Rudolf Hess. See the pictures of the place where he supposedly commited suicide.

Pictured for the first time: The cabin in which Hitler's deputy Rudolph Hess was claimed to have hanged himself as secret dossier deepens mystery over monster's death

Pictured for the first time: The cabin in which Hitler's deputy Rudolph Hess was claimed to have hanged himself as secret dossier deepens mystery over monster's death

rudolf hess spandau - Google Search

rudolf hess spandau - Google Search

Traitor, envoy or madman? The flight of Rudolf Hess

Traitor, envoy or madman? The flight of Rudolf Hess

Rudolf Höß – Wikipedia

Rudolf Höß – Wikipedia

Rudolf Hess

6 Famous Prisoners of the Tower of London

Rudolph Hess in Spandau - he was fascinated by the moon and his walls were covered with maps and photos

Rudolph Hess in Spandau - he was fascinated by the moon and his walls were covered with maps and photos

Rudolf Hess, Hitler's deputy, was sentenced to lift imprisonment following the Nuremburg trials and was famously the last surviving inmate of Spandau prison until his suicide in 1987. Many people have claimed that he was too ill to commit suicide and that he was murdered by British agents to stop him spilling wartime secret

Chilling album of the mugshots and signatures of Hitler's henchmen

Rudolf Hess, Hitler's deputy, was sentenced to lift imprisonment following the Nuremburg trials and was famously the last surviving inmate of Spandau prison until his suicide in 1987. Many people have claimed that he was too ill to commit suicide and that he was murdered by British agents to stop him spilling wartime secret

Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, the 14th Duke of Hamilton. Prince George, a serving member of the RAF, is believed to have been in Scotland on the day of Hess’ arrival and was a friend of Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, the 14th Duke of Hamilton, whom Hess demanded to see when captured.

Was Royal behind secret plot to use Nazi leader to topple Winston Churchill?

Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, the 14th Duke of Hamilton. Prince George, a serving member of the RAF, is believed to have been in Scotland on the day of Hess’ arrival and was a friend of Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, the 14th Duke of Hamilton, whom Hess demanded to see when captured.

Previously unseen prison photos of Hitler deputy Rudolf Hess surface

Previously unseen prison photos of Hitler deputy Rudolf Hess surface

"MEMORABILIA"??????? POOR WORD CHOICE. Proceeds should be donated for reparations ie to feed and shelter some of the elderly and impoverished Holocaust survivors. (EMM) --->> This landscape picture (signed by Rudolf Hess)was given to Roland Davis the airman who guarded Hess after the WWII as a keepsake. Davis joined the RAF as rear gunner & at end of career he guarded Hess in Berlin where the pair became friends.The signed painting is thought to be of a Bavarian scene from Hess's childhood.

Rudolf Hess painting to go on sale at auction

A painting by Rudolf Hess, a former deputy leader of the Nazi party, is to be auctioned along with other Second World War memorabilia.

Hess and son, Wolf Rudiger Hess.

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Ilse and Wolf Rüdiger Hess

Ilse and Wolf Rüdiger Hess

The flight of Rudolf Hess to Scotland in May 1941 is the last unexplained mystery of the Second World War.

The flight of Rudolf Hess to Scotland in May 1941 is the last unexplained mystery of the Second World War.

Hess and son Wolf Rudger - the early years

Hess and son Wolf Rudger - the early years

Lisa Bostnar and Joel Leffertin The Gardens of Frau Hess  A Jewish concentration camp prisoner and the wife of deputy-fuhrer Rudolf Hess; can you imagine a more unlikely pair? Based on a historical footnote, The Gardens of Frau Hess is playwright Milton F. Marcus' imagining of the relationship between Ilse Hess and her Jewish gardener, Isaac. And they are much more alike than you might think.

Lisa Bostnar and Joel Leffertin The Gardens of Frau Hess A Jewish concentration camp prisoner and the wife of deputy-fuhrer Rudolf Hess; can you imagine a more unlikely pair? Based on a historical footnote, The Gardens of Frau Hess is playwright Milton F. Marcus' imagining of the relationship between Ilse Hess and her Jewish gardener, Isaac. And they are much more alike than you might think.

Young Rudolf Hess.

Young Rudolf Hess.

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