Rudolf Hess articles on Wikipedia
Rudolf Hess
Case of Rudolf Hess: A Problem in Diagnosis and Forensic Psychiatry. New-YorkNew York: Norton. OCLC 1038757.  Thomas, Hugh (1979). The Murder of Rudolf Hess. New
Apr 28th 2017



Walter Rudolf Hess
For the German Nazi party official, see Rudolf Hess. Walter Rudolf Hess (March 17, 1881 – August 12, 1973) was a Swiss physiologist who won the Nobel
Mar 24th 2017



Wolf Rüdiger Hess
German; 18 November 1937 – 24 October 2001, aged 63) was the son of Hess">Rudolf Hess and Hess">Ilse Prohl Hess. He was also an outspoken critic of the investigation
Apr 12th 2017



Ilse Hess
Ilse Hess, nee Prohl (22 June 1900 – 7 September 1995) was the wife of Rudolf Hess. After World War II she became a well-known author. Ilse Prohl came
Apr 24th 2017



Walter Hess
Hess Walter Hess may refer to: Hess Walter Rudolf Hess (1881–1973), Swiss physiologist Walter W. Hess (1892–1972), United States Army general
Oct 26th 2013



Hess (surname)
who invented the fetal heart monitor Peter von Hess, German painter Rudolf Hess (1894–1987), Deputy Führer of Nazi Germany Victor Francis Hess (1883–1964)
Apr 23rd 2017



Elmar Hess
Hess Elmar Hess born 1966 in Hamburg is a German artist. His work includes film and video art, photography, installation and objects. Hess interprets interpersonal
Nov 15th 2016



Hess: A Biography
Hess: A Biography is a 1971 biography of Rudolf Hess by Roger Manvell and Heinrich Fraenkel, published by MacGibbon and Kee (London) in 1971 as a 256-page
Feb 2nd 2016



Rudolf Höss
"Hoss" and "Hoess" redirect here. Not to be confused with Rudolf Hess, Deputy Führer to Adolf Hitler. Rudolf Hoss (also HoSs, HoeSs or Hoess; 25 November
Apr 27th 2017



Wolf Hess
Hess Wolf Hess may refer to: Wolf Rüdiger Hess (1937–2001), son of Rudolf Hess Hess Wolf Hess (philatelist), German philatelist
Dec 20th 2015



Spandau Prison
in 1876 and demolished in 1987 after the death of its last prisoner, Rudolf Hess, to prevent it from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine. The site was later rebuilt
Apr 18th 2017



David Hess (painter)
country estate, the Beckenhof, in Zurich-Unterstrass. His father, Johann Rudolf Hess, was a Dutch officer stationed in Zurich. His mother, Martha de la Tour
May 3rd 2016



Johann Jakob Hess
Johann Jakob Hess (Freiburg im Uechtland, Switzerland, 11 January 1866 - Zurich, Switzerland, 29 April 1949), was a Swiss Egyptologist and Assyriologist
Oct 26th 2016



Sol Hess
For the comic strip writer who created The Nebbs, see Sol Hess Sol Hess (born 1886, Philadelphia, PA – d. 1953) was an American typeface designer. After
Oct 10th 2016



Eugene K. Bird
Prison from 1964 to 1972 where, together with six others, Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess was incarcerated. In March 1971, Bird’s superiors at the US Mission in
Aug 11th 2016



F. Scott Hess
F. Hess">Scott Hess (born July 12, 1955) is an American painter and conceptual artist. He has described himself as a" reluctant realist" whose work is nevertheless
Feb 26th 2017



Ernst Hess (composer)
Hess Ernst Hess (13 May 1912 in Schaffhausen – 2 November 1968 in Egg) was a Swiss conductor, composer and musicologist. Hess studied at the conservatory of
Jul 30th 2015



Deputy Führer
head of the Nazi-PartyNazi Party. The only person to ever hold this title was Rudolf Hess. The office of Deputy Führer first appeared in Nazi terminology in
Mar 10th 2017



Rudolf Baranik
Rudolf Baranik (1920–1998) was an artist, educator and writer. Born in Lithuania, he immigrated to the United States in 1938. He was well known in the
Oct 8th 2016



Manfred Heß
HeSs">Manfred HeSs is a former West German slalom canoeist who competed from the late 1960s to the early 1970s. He won three medals in the C-2 team event at the
Oct 8th 2016



Karl Hess
This article is about the American author. For the painter, see Karl Hess (painter). Karl Hess (May 25, 1923 – April 22, 1994) was an American speechwriter
Apr 8th 2017



Rudolf Degkwitz
and a participant in the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch. He was acquainted with Rudolf Hess and became involved with the Nazi Party in the early 1920s. He took part
May 12th 2016



Karlheinz Pintsch
Karlheinz Pintsch (1909 -?) was the long serving senior adjutant to Rudolf Hess who was the Deputy Führer to Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany. It fell to
Dec 31st 2016



Maindiff Court Hospital
by the Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board. Its most noted patient was Rudolf Hess, deputy to Adolf Hitler. The hospital is built on the site of Maindiff
Dec 31st 2016



Wild Geese II
by Daniel Carney, in which a group of mercenaries are hired to spring Rudolf Hess from Spandau Prison in Berlin. The film is a sequel to the 1978 film
Oct 26th 2016



Johann Rudolf Wettstein
Johann Rudolf Wettstein (27 October 1594 – 12 April 1666) was a Swiss diplomat and one-time mayor of Basel, who achieved fame through his diplomatic skills
Apr 18th 2016



List of Presidents of the Swiss Diet
This is a list of Presidents of the Diet ("Tagsatzung") of the Swiss Confederation (before 1848). For the period since the creation of Switzerland as a
Jul 21st 2016



Rudolf Hausner
Hausner Rudolf Hausner (Vienna, December 4, 1914 – February 25, 1995) was an Austrian painter, draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor. Hausner has been described
Feb 14th 2016



Tancred Borenius
as a spy for the British government and was instrumental in enticing Rudolf Hess to fly to Britain in 1941. Borenius was the son of Finnish businessman
Feb 8th 2017



Peter Padfield
biographies of three leading Nazis, Karl Donitz, Heinrich Himmler, and Rudolf Hess. In 2003 he won the Mountbatten Maritime Prize for his Maritime Power
Apr 15th 2017



Rudolf Grimm
Rudolf Grimm (born 10 November 1961) is an experimental physicist from Austria. His work centres on ultracold atoms and quantum gases. He was the first
Feb 16th 2016



Rudolf Flégr
Rudolf Flegr is a former CzechoslovakCzechoslovak slalom canoeist who competed in the 1950s. He won two gold medals in the C-2 team event at the ICF Canoe Slalom World
Oct 9th 2016



Mytchett
Camberley to Aldershot twice per hour.[citation needed] On May 20, 1941, Rudolf Hess was transported from the Tower of London to Camp Z which was at Mytchett
Apr 27th 2017



Nazi Party Chancellery
with its seat in Munich had been under Hitler's-Deputy-F">Adolf Hitler's Deputy Führer Rudolf Hess in the rank of a Reich Minister in Hitler's cabinet. Hess's department
Nov 2nd 2016



Wunsiedel
The town became well known for its annual Luisenburg Festival and the Rudolf Hess Memorial March held there by the Neo-Nazis until 2005. Wunsiedel lies
Mar 5th 2017



André Hennicke
Roland Freisler, and the 2005 docudrama Speer und Er as Nazi leader Rudolf Hess. In 2009, he appeared as one of the primary antagonists in science-fiction
Mar 21st 2017



Henry Kolm
experience interrogating Colonel Rudolf Hess, Hitler's personal military advisor (not to be confused with Rudolf Hess, Hitler's deputy) over a chessboard
Jul 27th 2016



Lynn Picknett
(published in 1999), and Robert Brydon for their work on Rudolf Hess (titled Double Standards: The Rudolf Hess Cover-Up and published in 2001). Picknett, as well
Jul 19th 2016



Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, 14th Duke of Hamilton
during these occasions. He claimed not to have met the deputy Führer Rudolf Hess while in Germany, although did attend a dinner party in Berlin also attended
Mar 30th 2017



Henry Dicks
drew on his wartime experiences, which included the medical care of Rudolf Hess, to develop views on authoritarian personality and the collective psychopathology
Nov 18th 2016



Rudolf Callmann
Rudolf Callmann (29 September 1892 – 12 March 1976) was a German-AmericanGerman American legal scholar. He was preeminent in the field of German and American competition
Feb 12th 2017



John Rawlings Rees
work which occupied most of Rees time during the war was the case of Rudolf Hess. Together with Henry Dicks, a fellow member of the Tavistock Clinic group
Mar 9th 2017



Desmond Zwar
conducting an interview over several years with imprisoned Nazi leader Rudolf Hess. This caused international consternation at the time as Desmond eventually
May 2nd 2016



Bust of Alessandro Peretti di Montalto
The Bust of Alessandro Peretti di Montalto is a portrait sculpture by the Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Executed in 1622 and 1623, the sculpture
Dec 10th 2016



Karl Haushofer
was a German general, geographer and politician. Through his student Rudolf Hess, Haushofer's ideas influenced the development of Adolf Hitler's expansionist
Mar 11th 2017



Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial
re-enact the Nuremberg War Trials of Albert Speer, Hermann Goring, and Rudolf Hess. They were broadcast on BBC Two in 2006 to coincide with the 60th anniversary
Dec 15th 2016



SS-Oberabschnitt Süd
downfall of Nazi Germany in 1945. One of its most notable commanders was Rudolf Hess who served as an early SS leader after which he was better known as the
Dec 3rd 2013



Rudolph (name)
of the Air Force Cross Rudolf Dassler (1898–1974), German businessman Rudolf Hess (1894–1987), Deputy Führer in Nazi Germany Rudolf Hoss (1900–1947), first
Mar 15th 2017



The Girl and the Legend
The Girl and the Legend (German: Robinson soll nicht sterben) is a 1957 German drama film directed by Josef von Baky. Romy Schneider - Maud Horst Buchholz
Mar 7th 2016



Warsaw (song)
Substance. The song appears to be a somewhat fantastical biography of Rudolf Hess, a Nazi and Hitler's Deputy Führer, who flew to Great Britain in 1941
Feb 17th 2017





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