Hess, (Walter Richard) Rudolf 1894-1987. German Nazi leader. Whenever Hitler became chancellor (1933), he named Hess as deputy führer and soon after (1939) as 2nd in succession to your Nazi management. In May 1941 Hess was grabbed in Scotland, where he previously flown obviously in a bid to begin peace speaks with Britain. At Nuremburg trials (1946) he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Spandau Prison, Berlin, for war crimes.
Hess, Walter Rudolf 1881-1973. Swiss physiologist. He shared a 1949 Nobel Prize for his analysis on brain's control of your body.