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  2. Rudolf Hess - Wikipedia

    Rudolf Walter Richard Hess (Heß in German; 26 April 1894 – 17 August 1987) was a German politician and a leading member of the Nazi Party in Nazi Germany. Appointed Deputy Führer to Adolf Hitler in 1933, Hess held that position until 1941, when he flew solo to Scotland in an attempt to negotiate the United Kingdom's exit from the Second World War .

  3. Rudolf Hess | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    Rudolf Hess, in full Walter Richard Rudolf Hess, (born April 26, 1894, Alexandria, Egypt—died August 17, 1987, West Berlin, West Germany), German National Socialist who was Adolf Hitler ’s deputy as party leader. He created an international sensation when in 1941 he secretly flew to Great Britain on an abortive self-styled mission to negotiate a peace between Britain and Germany.

  4. Rudolf Hess | Holocaust Encyclopedia

    Rudolf Hess (1894–1987) was a longstanding personal aide to Adolf Hitler, and deputy party leader of the Nazi Party until 1941. In May 1941, Hess flew to Scotland hoping to make peace between Germany and Britain. He was immediately arrested and imprisoned.

  5. Rudolf Hess, Hitler’s last living henchman, dies - HISTORY

    Rudolf Hess, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler ’s former deputy, is found strangled to death in Spandau Prison in Berlin at the age of 93, apparently the victim of suicide. Hess was the last surviving...

  6. Rudolf Hess’ Tale of Poison, Paranoia and Tragedy | History ...

    Hess spent 40 years complaining of the food and his health at Spandau Prison in western Berlin before he succeeded at what he’d tried twice before. He hanged himself with an extension cord on ...

  7. Rudolf Hess 1894: Born in Alexandria, Egypt 1914-18: Serves during WWI, ending war as lieutenant 1920: Joins Hitler's fledgling Nazi Party 1923: Imprisoned with Hitler and becomes his secretary...

  8. Rudolf Hess - Biography - History Place

    In brief: Rudolf Hess (1894-1987), Deputy Führer and considered to be the number 3 man in Hitler's Germany after Göring. Hess was a somewhat neurotic member of Hitler's inner circle best known for his surprise flight to Scotland on May 10, 1941 in which he intended to negotiate peace with the British, but which resulted in his capture and long term imprisonment.

  9. Rudolf Hess: The Last Prisoner of Spandau - YouTube

    Rudolf Hess, the last prisoner in Spandau, Berlin, died in 1987. He had been confined inside since 1947 with six other Nuremberg defendants, but by 1966 he was the last one left in a prison...

  10. Ilse Hess - Wikipedia

    Ilse introduced Hess to Adolf Hitler, who liked to travel in the circles of well-to-do ladies. Hitler finally gave the impetus to the marriage, which took place on 20 December 1927 in Munich. Hitler was also the godfather of her only child, Wolf Rüdiger Hess, who was born on 18 November 1937. After Rudolf Hess's flight to Scotland, Ilse left ...

  11. Rudolf Hess was a top Nazi official and close associate of Adolph Hitler who shocked the world in the spring of 1941 by flying a small plane to Scotland, parachuting to the ground, and claiming when captured that he was delivering a peace proposal from Germany. His arrival was met with astonishment and skepticism, and he spent the rest of the war in captivity.