Hitler ordered reprieve to Jewish man

Hitler ordered reprieve to Jewish man

Cebu : Philippines | Jul 08, 2012 at 1:40 AM PDT
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Rudolf Hess (right) with Adolf Hitler (left) and other Nazi leaders, pictured in 1943

Skooter reporting 07/08/12

A decorated World War I soldier and a former judge, Ernst Hess, regardless of being raised as a Protestant and married someone of that faith, in the eyes of the Nazi regime he was still a “full-blooded Jew.”

Hess was granted official pardon notwithstanding this designation thanks to none other than Adolf Hitler, according to a groundbreaking report.

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This image dated around 1918 shows Ernst Hess, a judge at the district court of Duesseldorf, western Germany
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