Adolf Hitler Personally Spared Jewish Man Who Served As His Commander During World War I, Uncovered Letter Reveals
The letter, signed on August 27, 1940 by Hitler’s henchman Heinrich Himmler, ordered that Ernst Hess, a judge in the western city of Dusseldorf, was “not to be importuned in any way whatsoever...as per the Fuehrer's wishes.”
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