17 August 1987 Rudolf Hess, deputy of Adolf Hitler in the Nazi Party from 1933 to 1941, was found dead at Spandau Prison at the age of 93. Hess was given a life sentence at the Nuremberg Trials following the war.
The Missouri pastor who tried to save souls of the Nazis at Nuremberg
Chaplain Henry Gerecke, a Captain in the U.S. Army from Missouri, was assigned to look after the pastoral needs of 21 of Hitler's henchmen as they were tried at Nuremberg. They even sent his wife back home a letter of thanks to plead for him to stay with them.
Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim Von Ribbentrop, General Keitel And On...
Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim Von Ribbentrop, General Keitel And On The 2Nd Row, Fritz Sauckel, In Charge Of Service Du Travail Obligatoire.
Chilling album of the mugshots and signatures of Hitler's henchmen
The gallery - a Who's Who of Hitler's henchmen involved in the Holocaust - was assembled by an Allied intelligence officer whose job was to interrogate the depraved individuals.
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Former SS Colonel Paul Blobel from the Einsatzgruppen trial, responsible for the Babi Yar massacre now clean shaven,photographed on the gallows trapdoor for his execution just after midnight on June 7th, 1951. He was the first of 7 to be hanged which would turn out to be the last executions at Landsberg. His last words were reportedly “ I DIE IN THE FAITH OF MY PEOPLE,MAY THE GERMAN PEOPLE BE AWARE OF IT’S ENEMIES!!”