Photo Gallery German Town Removes Rudolf Hess's Grave

For years it has been a pilgrimage site for right-wing extremists who wanted to celebrate Rudolf Hess as a martyr. It was also the object of shame among many locals. But now the controversial gravesite of Hitler's right-hand man has been removed from the northern Bavarian town of Wunsiedel.
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