Pinsteps. Borman's house
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Until the end of the 19th century, this building was the seat of the famous German banker. Then it was sold to state ownership and was used as the residence of prominent statesmen of the Weimar Republic. With the coming of the Nazis to power, Rudolf Hess is located here - the Fuhrer’s closest ally, who participated in Hitler’s writing of Mein Kampf. This house is associated with the name of Joachim von Ribentrop - Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Third Reich, and in 1941, Hess inherited Martin Bormann. Hess attempted to persuade the British to make peace with Germany in 1941 and "without permission" found himself in London. He was arrested and put on trial 5 years later at the Nuremberg Tribunal. He was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. He died in Spandau prison in West Berlin in 1987 at the age of 93. Until the end of his days, he was loyal to Hitler and the Nazi ideology. Martin Borman, who replaced him, was a longtime man close to Hitler. He was married and had 10 children. According to one version, Borman died in 1945, and according to another, disappeared without a trace. Translated with Google Translate


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