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Websites with biographical and historiographical notes about Walter Richard Rudolf Hess (April 26, 1894 – August 17, 1987). He was a prominent figure in Nazi Germany, acting as Adolf Hitler's deputy in the Nazi Party
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German Propaganda Archive: Rudolf Hess Speech
An excerpt from a 1934 speech by Hess to Nazi officials in which he took an oath to Adolf Hitler.
Hess: The Missing Years
Complete text of David Irving's illustrated biography of Hess. [Compressed PDF].
Jewish Virtual Library: Rudolf Hess
British Intelligence reports on Hess' capture, archive photographs, and information from the Nuremberg Trial.
The Legacy of Rudolf Hess
Written by Mark Weber for the Institute for Historical Review.
Rudolf Hess - Hitler's Deputy
A short overview of Hess' life; with archive photographs.
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