A grandson of Hitler’s deputy was fined for incitement after posting Rudolph Hess’ remarks on the Internet. The posting included Hess’ statements that there were no gas chambers in the Dachau concentration camp during World War II and that Americans built the chambers after the war to scare tourists. Wolf Andreas Hess claims he was only trying to assemble historical documentation about his grandfather.
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