Hello everybody, here for you I summarized an article I read yesterday on an italian newspaper!
More then the racial purity could the comradeship. The man who killed millions of jews make an exception for one: wrote a reccomendation and saved his life.
The name of the lucky is Ernst Hess: a jew judge that was a comrade of Hitler during the WWI.
The journalist that found the "evidences" write for "Jewish voice from Germany" and her name is Susanne Mauss.
The document is a letter and the date is 19th august 1940 and is signed by Henrich Himmler.
We can read that Hess was a judge in Dusseldorf and "during the war of 1914/1918 was in the same company of the Fuhrer and temporarily commander of the company of the Fuhrer" during the operations in Fiandre.
In the document is wrote that Hess was contricted to resign in 1936 by the Tribunal (after Norimberga's laws 1935) because "he is jew, with 4 jews grandparents".
Then the document say that Hitler wanted to do the exception because Ernst Hess was decorated with Iron Cross of first and second class for service during WWI.
The letters of Himmler ends with an invitation (in german: wunsch) to autorities "not disturb on every point of view" Ernst Hess.
The judge didn't have any problem thanks to this letter for some time. He went in Alto Adige-Sud Tirol with his family and he returned during 1941 spring.
But he discovered that the fuhrer order was been revoked.
So he was deported to Milbertshofen labour camp, near Munich. Hess (the daughter Ursula is still alive, she's 86 years old) survived and died on 14th september 1983, in Frankfurt.