Double Victory: Minorities and Women During World War II
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Rudolf Hess



Rudolf Hess sits in his cell at Landsberg Prison in Germany following World War II. Hess was an early supporter of Nazism who rose to the rank of No. 3 in the party. He is most remembered for a secret flight to Great Britain in 1941, an attempt to enlist Britain on Germany's side.

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