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Thu Oct 16 18:02:04 2014 UTClccn-n790780960.12Spandau Phoenix0.320.93Zusammenstellung aller bis zum 31 März 1937 erlassenen und noch gültigen Anordnungen des Stellvertreters des Führers64799191Rudolf_Hessn 79078096310737Hess, Richard Walter Rudolf 1894-1987Heß Rudolf 1894-1987Hess, Rudolf Walter Richard 1894-1987Hess, Walter Richard Rudolf 1894-1987Hīs, Rūdulf 1894-1987Hoess, Rudolf 1894-1987رودلف هيس، 1894-1987lccn-n50026303Spandau Prison (Berlin, Germany)lccn-n92107079Iles, Greglccn-n79046200Hitler, Adolf1889-1945prflccn-n83211621Douglas-Hamilton, James1942-lccn-n80061235Göring, Hermann1893-1946lccn-n85310359Haushofer, Albrecht1903-1945lccn-n79073860Thomas, W. Hugh(Walter Hugh)1935-lccn-n78085430Churchill, Winston1874-1965lccn-no91021188Bird, Eugene K.1926-2005lccn-n50028453Hutton, J. Bernard(Joseph Bernard)1911-Hess, Rudolf1894-1987BiographyRecords and correspondenceHistoryCase studiesHess, Rudolf,World War (1939-1945)GermanyGreat BritainDiplomatic historySpandau Prison (Berlin, Germany)NazisDiplomatic relationsPolitical scienceHitler, Adolf,Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals (Germany :Haushofer, Albrecht,War crime trialsWorld War (1939-1945)--PeaceGermany--NurembergGöring, Hermann,Secret serviceHistory--Errors, inventions, etcPropaganda, BritishChurchill, Winston,Bormann, Martin,Ley, Robert,Sauckel, Fritz,Seyss-Inquart, Arthur,Frick, Wilhelm,Rosenberg, Alfred,Schacht, Hjalmar Horace Greeley,Ribbentrop, Joachim von,Dönitz, Karl,Kaltenbrunner, ErnstNeurath, Konstantin,--Freiherr von,Papen, Franz von,Keitel, Wilhelm,Streicher, Julius,Speer, Albert,Krupp, GustavRaeder, Erich,Jodl, Alfred,Frank, Hans,Schirach, Baldur von,Funk, Walther,Fritzsche, Hans,PropagandaWar criminalsPsychologyPsychological aspectsNational socialism--Psychological aspectsNazis--PsychologySocial psychologyPolitical psychology18941987190019091910191619201921192819321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948195019521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201417531467778943.0860924DD247.H37ocn257698973ocn255869794ocn753796393ocn753815378ocn753795303ocn753795910ocn753796338ocn813004073ocn721071079ocn753671401ocn75367140412719ocn009177733book19380.74Hess, RudolfReden513ocn298131199book20090.86Bell, G. K. ABishop George Bell : House of Lords speeches and correspondence with Rudolf HessRecords and correspondence+-+6043664858473ocn003737960book19670.92Hess, RudolfAntwort aus Zelle Sieben431ocn076257853book20050.47Glasbau-Praxis in Beispielen : Konstruktion und Berechnung391ocn076697556book20040.33Entwurfshilfen für Architekten und Bauingenieure : Faustformeln für Tragkonstruktionen, Tragfähigkeitstafeln, Bauwerksaussteifung283ocn313162217book19330.66Hirschner, FritzRudolf Heß, der Stellvertreter des Führers271ocn053903965book19280.79Aust, OskarDie Reform der öffentlichen Verwaltung in Deutschland : mit dem Entwurf zu einem Reichsermächtigungsgesetz233ocn001012754book19340.88Koch, ErichNürnberg 1934; ein Bildbericht vom Parteitag 1934211ocn192101142visu20010.24Hitler a careerBiographyHow did a provincial rabble-rouser from Austria rise to become Germany's messianic Fuhrer? Why did Germans from all walks of life embrace the fascist Nazi philosophy and willingly follow Hitler into a titanic conflict and utter destruction? This meticulously assembled film dissects the Third Reich with a keen analytical blade, charting Hitler's improbable rise, his mastery of imagery and crowd psychology, and his consummate skill in exploiting the weaknesses in others. Examining the public and private dynamics of Nazism's unhinged dictatorship by making use of an amazing array of never-before-seen film footage from secret archives and private collections, Hitler: A Career uncovers the deeper causes behind the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich202ocn082497565book19370.90Hess, RudolfIhr werdet uns nicht niederzwingen! Rede des stellvertreters des Führers am 11. oktober 1936 anlässlich der einweihung der Adolf-Hitler-halle in Hof176ocn004203568book19340.66Hess, RudolfGermany and peace : a soldier's message164ocn076131125book20000.47Hess, RudolfGlasträger : Forschungsbericht157ocn006292535book19530.82Hess, RudolfEngland-Nürnberg-Spandau; ein Schicksal in Briefen117ocn021557578book19090.82Hess, RudolfKünstliche Plethora und Herzarbeit103ocn162708400book19340.29Hess, RudolfRudolf Heß über Deutschlands Stellung zur Schweiz103ocn230839733book19870.33Hess, RudolfBriefe, 1908-1933Records and correspondence91ocn250323408book19320.33Hess, RudolfTatsachen und Lügen um Hitler91ocn019921081book19870.84Vitali, GiorgioL'enigma Rudolf Hess : vita e morte del "delfino" di HitlerHistoryBiography82ocn174766485book19370.93GermanyZusammenstellung aller bis zum 31 März 1937 erlassenen und noch gültigen Anordnungen des Stellvertreters des Führers84ocn807893463book20020.26Hess, RudolfRudolf Hess, lugarteniente de HitlerBiography141114ocn027013285book19930.14Iles, GregSpandau PhoenixHistoryFictionSpy storiesIn the rubble of Berlin's Spandau prison Berlin police sergeant Hans Apfel finds a sheaf of tattered papers in a hollowed brick. It is the half-mad diary of Prisoner #7, known to the world as Rudolf Hess+-+8534266095101210ocn000139874book19710.31Douglas-Hamilton, JamesMotive for a mission: the story behind Hess's flight to Britain10066ocn005171982book19790.23Thomas, W. HughThe murder of Rudolf HessBiographyPresents evidence to support the author's theory that the man who has spent thirty-four years in Spandau Prison is not Hitler's deputy, Rudolf Hess, but an imposter8615ocn000126879book19700.26Hutton, J. BernardHess : the man and his missionBasing his conclusions on documentary evidence, the author contends that Hitler did, indeed, know of Hess's flight to Scotland in 1941 and that the journey was a carefully prepared extension of Nazi diplomatic policy8503ocn029908776book19940.23Kilzer, Louis CChurchill's deception : the dark secret that destroyed Nazi GermanyThough Churchill held out for more, he took note of Hitler's obsessive desire for peace with England. He stoked the Fuhrer's illusions about Britain's desires for peace, in order, at first, to gain time to build its defenses. Later, when it appeared that Hitler was on the verge of victory, the British launched a final bid to hold him off. They invited the Deputy Fuhrer of Germany, Rudolf Hess, to attend a peace conference at which Hitler would negotiate the coming invasion of the Soviet Union with the British "Peace Party." Though Hitler did turn his attentions East, in the end, the game was not successful for England. She lost her empire anyway, while failing to stop a war that took more than fifty million lives. Had the British adopted an anti-Hitler, instead of an anti-Germany, foreign policy, the history of the twentieth century could have been dramatically altered. Kilzer raises the significant question: Would another policy have avoided the Holocaust?+-+97721262157592ocn000748042book19460.63Göring, HermannTrial of the major war criminals before the International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg, 14 November 1945-1 October 1946Trials, litigation, etc6444ocn023462311book19910.25Costello, JohnTen days to destiny : the secret story of the Hess peace initiative and British efforts to strike a deal with HitlerIncludes material on Churchill, Hitler, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Joseph P. Kennedy, and the Duke of Windsor5952ocn001072158book19740.26Bird, Eugene KPrisoner #7, Rudolf Hess : the thirty years in jail of Hitler's deputy Führer5414ocn000227312book19710.31Manvell, RogerHess: a biography4835ocn767566622book20120.47Pick, DanielThe pursuit of the Nazi mind : Hitler, Hess, and the analystsHistoryThe remarkable story of how the Allies used psychoanalysis to delve into the motivations of the Nazi leadership and to explore the mass psychology of fascism4225ocn044736945book19920.13Lovesey, PeterThe secret of SpandauHistoryFictionSuspense fiction"Spandau Prison has only one inmate; the most closely guarded prisoner in the world. His name is Rudolf Hess, and he is a Nazi with a damaging tale to tell. Only Berlin correspondent Red Goodbody will be able to get close enough to the prisoner to unravel the mysteries of Spandau."--Jacket+-+14010327253772ocn017621420book19880.18Schwarzwäller, WulfRudolph Hess, the last NaziBiography3751ocn010850146book19840.23Allen, PeterThe Windsor secret : new revelations of the Nazi connectionBiography3675ocn001038757book19470.66Rees, John RThe case of Rudolf Hess : a problem in diagnosis and forensic psychiatryBiographyCase studies2953ocn001376031book19620.29Leasor, JamesThe uninvited envoy2849ocn671531596book20110.24McGinty, StephenCamp Z : the secret life of Rudolf HessBiography"On May 10, 1941, Rudolf Hess, then the deputy führer, parachuted over Renfrewshire in Scotland on a mission to meet with the Duke of Hamilton, ostensibly to broker a peace deal with the British government. After being held in the Tower of London, he was transferred to Mytchett Place near Aldershot. The house was fitted with microphones and sound recording equipment, guarded by a battalion of soldiers and code-named Camp Z. Churchill's instructions were that Hess should be strictly isolated, and that every effort should be taken to get information out of him. During the ensuing thirteen months, a psychological battle was waged between intelligence officers using the new Freudian techniques of "dynamic psychologies" and the man who had been a heartbeat away from Hitler. Stephen McGinty uses new documentation and contemporaneous reports, diaries, letters and memos to piece together a riveting account of the claustrophobia, paranoia and highstakes gamesmanship being played out in an English country house. Camp Z is a locked-room mystery in which the locked room is a man's head, and no one is certain whether the mind within it, which holds information that could help change the course of the Second World War, is sane or insane."--Publisher's website+-+752538203525614ocn549097555rcrd20020.12Iles, GregSpandau PhoenixHistoryFictionHistorical fictionSpy storiesIn the rubble of Berlin's Spandau prison Berlin police sergeant Hans Apfel finds a sheaf of tattered papers in a hollowed brick. It is the half-mad diary of Prisoner #7, known to the world as Rudolf Hess+-+39761354062545ocn048515849book20010.26Picknett, LynnDouble standards : the Rudolf Hess cover up+-+25778060252361ocn023901280book19890.74Brenton, HowardH.I.D. : (Hess is dead)DramaAn encounter with the ghosts that haunt modern Europe, the play investigates the contradictions surrounding the apparent suicide of Hilter's one-time deputy, Rudolf Hess2217ocn042621374book19990.33Nesbit, Roy ConyersThe flight of Rudolf Hess : myths and realityBiographyOn 10 May 1941, Rudolf Hess - Deputy Fuhrer of the Third Reich - embarked on his astonishing flight from Augsburg to Scotland. At dusk the same day, he parachuted on to a Scottish moor and was taken into custody. His arrival provoked widespread curiosity and speculation, which has continued to this day. Why did Hess fly to Scotland? Had Hitler authorised him to attempt to negotiate peace? Was British Intelligence involved? What was his state of mind at the time? Drawing on a variety of reliable archive and eyewitness sources in Britain, Germany and the USA, authors Roy Conyers Nesbit and+-+0138745025+-+6043664858+-+6043664858Thu Oct 16 16:02:48 EDT 2014batch34222