Rudolf Hess

  1. Nazi leader who in 1941 flew a solo flight to Scotland in an apparent attempt to negotiate a peace treaty with Great Britain but was imprisoned for life (1894-1987)
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  • Attlee conducts us on a latterday grand tour that takes in, among many other places, Turner's Thames, Basho's Japan, Pliny's Vesuvius and Rudolf Hess's solitary cell in Spandau prison. Nocturne: A Journey in Search of Moonlight by James Attlee – review
  • The camera pans across the dock at Hermann G ö ring, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Jodl, Karl D ö nitz and at lesser figures, explaining what each one did under Hitler's regime and on which of the four counts they were tried. A Casualty of War Is Released at Last
  • Les Veilleurs was linked with similar groups in Germany, its ideas having a profound influence on the embryonic Nazi Party—particularly on Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess, who has often been linked to synarchy.149While there is no direct evidence that he belonged to a specifically synarchist group or society although he certainly belonged to esoterically inclined organizations, such as the Munich-based Thule Society, his political thinking certainly ran smoothly along synarchist lines. The Sion Revelation
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