Out the remains of Rudolph Hess, deputy Nazi leader Adolf Hitler from his grave in the town of Vonhdel southern Germany, and destroyed the tomb just after it became a shrine where thousands of right-wing extremists who are called ASEM, "neo-Nazis."
Hess was cremated and the ashes thrown into the sea, while the headstone was removed after consultation with the family of Hesse on the method of disposal at the site of the tomb.
A member of the Council of the Church of Vonhdel The town is completely closed and police forces were deployed in force to secure the cemetery during the exhumation and removal of the tombstone.
Hess was born in Alexandria in Egypt in 1894, has participated in the First World War between 1914 and 1918.
He joined the Nazi Party in 1920 and became the most important leaders and spent time in prison with Hitler in the early twenties of the last century.
After the arrival of the Nazi Party to power in Germany has become the most prominent of , Hitler's close associates.
Presentation of the peace
But in the May / May 1941 and the Second World War was at its height the process of bold surprised the Allies by the Germans.
Nazi leader fell parachute in Scotland after the flight of a night alone by plane belonging to the German Air Force.
It was the time that Hess had wanted to meet the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon to negotiate a peace treaty, but ended up arresting him and spent a short time imprisoned in the Tower of London.
After the end of World War II in 1945 sentenced him to the war crimes tribunal at Nuremberg to life imprisonment.
Hess committed suicide by hanging within the prison Haabandao in Berlin on August 17 / August 1987 and he was then 93 years.
they began earlier this year, preparing to transfer his remains to another place after the extremists on his grave, adorned with the words "I dared" to the shrine.
He says many of the far-right groups that Hess did not commit suicide but killed the guards of the British army in prison and a lot of talk in the framework of the conspiracy theory about the man who was fond of mystery.
And organized some of the extremist groups in the past anniversary celebrations, including a number of concerts in the open air to neo-Nazi groups believe in the superiority of the White race.
Amounted to annual visits to the neo-Nazi groups to the tomb in Hesse Vonhidl peak in 2004, where authorities said that about 5000 people attended from throughout Europe.
Following the German court issued a ruling to ban such visits, the price of the Church authorities began to take action to terminate the lease for the Hess family, place of his tomb.
However, the granddaughter of the Nazi leader resorted to the judiciary to stop this move, the Church finally convinced her to withdraw the case and directed to accept the settlement and the burning of human remains.