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Who Murdered My Father, Rudolf Hess? My Father's Mysterious Death in Spandau by Wolf-Rüdiger Hess Paperback Now Available

Who Murdered My Father, Rudolf Hess? My Father’s Mysterious Death in Spandau by Wolf-Rüdiger Hess

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On August 17, 1987, the news was broadcast that in the early afternoon, Rudolf Hess had committed suicide in the Spandau Four-Power Prison, at the age of 93. 72 more words


The last day has dawned. Since I drew up those statistics I have tramped an additional 114 kilometres. In a moment I am going into the garden and will cover another ten kilometres, so that I shall be ending my walk at kilometre 31,936.

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I have a new idea to make myself exercise regularly to the point of exhaustion: I have begun, along with the garden work, to walk the distance from Berlin to Heidelberg – 626 kilometres!

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Quote from Deputy Fuehrer Rudolf Hess

“I have done my duty to my people, my duty as a German, as a National Socialist, as a loyal follower of my Leader. I do not regret anything.” 28 more words

Strange Going On In Antarctica

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Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
June 27, 2016

In case you missed it with all the talk about BREXIT – you know, all that talk about how the EU and the euro will inevitably collapse, how the BREXIT vote strengthens the dollar, and how a cap will eventually be put on the euro and people caught in the currency will lose yet more wealth and how the d-Mark and some revival of the old Exchange Rate Mechanism will return &c &c and so forth – there was a… 843 more words



There is much ado at present about the use of the word ‘Nazi’. Bourgeois Leftist Globalist Warriors habitually label anyone a Nazi whose politics are further to the right than Yogi Bear’s.  1,755 more words
Nick Folkes

The Nazi who fell from the sky: 75 years since the bizarre odyssey of Rudolf Hess

Imagine, if you will, that it’s 2008 again. U.S. troops are at full strength in Iraq and Afghanistan, drones are buzzing around the skies over Pakistan and Yemen, and the all-powerful U.S. 1,461 more words