Rudolf Hess Speaks to the Folk
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Translated from three speeches by Rudolf Hess between 1935 and 1936. The first speech was directed at the German workers shortly after the proclamation of the re-introduction of compulsory military service. The second speech was delivered at the Reich Peasant Day in 1935. The third speech “to bread-winners and consumers” covers, among other issues, the problem of shortages.