Rudolf Walter Richard Hess

Portrait of Rudolf Hess
Official portrait by Heinrich Knirr (1937)

Führer of the Germanic Reich
Führer des Germanischen Reiches

October 27 – November 19, 1957

Predecessor: Adolf Hitler
Successor: Heinrich Himmler
Deputy: Martin Bormann

Eternal Protector of the Germanic People
Ewiger Beschützer des Germanischen Volkes

November 19, 1957 – present

Born: April 26, 1894
Alexandria, Egypt
Died: November 19, 1957 (aged 63)
Berlin, Germania
Spouse: Ilse Hess (née Pröhl)
Political Party: National Socialist Germanic Workers' Party
Religion: Universalism

Rudolf Hess (April 26, 1894 – November 19, 1957)


Early life (1894–1918)

First Interbellum (1918–1933)

Deputy Führer (1933–50)

Führers Council (1950–1957)

  1. Hitlers private "retirement"
  2. Tasks delegated to Führersrat of four
  3. Hess-Bormann command party
  4. Himmler-Heydrich command military
  5. Intergovernmental strife ensues

Autumn of '57

  1. Hess-Bormann present at Hitler's death in Bavaria
  2. Hide it and assume supreme leadership from Berlin
  3. Considered the lesser of two evils, party support
  4. Himmler-Heydrich find out, war in the streets
  5. Public disorder across Germania, SS police actions

Death and legacy

  1. 23 days after Hitlers death, Hess-Bormann are hanged
  2. Supporters rounded up, German resistance extinguished
  3. Himmler becomes head of state, Heydrich of government
  4. Schutzstaffel becomes the dominant force in Germania
  5. Militarization, second road to war
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