By Juan Gomez Casas, Abe Bluestein
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Documents generated by the defense predominate in the ﬁles of the denaziﬁcation boards, and therein lies a danger. It is easy to adopt Philipp’s view of events—to rationalize and minimize the consequences of very problematic actions. 20 I proceed knowing that many of the denaziﬁcation records reﬂect a concerted attempt at exoneration. The Hessens have collected many of their family members’ private papers and placed them in a private archive in Schloss Fasanerie near Fulda. My initial requests for access to papers from the twentieth century were denied.
The second legend, about Christoph as the alleged pilot on a plane that bombed Buckingham Palace, is also based on certain facts: he had joined the Luftwaffe and was stationed at a base in France that served as a launching site for raids against London during the Battle of Britain. But the legend speaks more to a mistrust of royalty that was pervasive in the 1990s, to a frustration about the inaccessibility of archival sources, and to our tabloid culture that encourages sensational revelations.
38 Indeed, it was only in 1873, two years subsequent to German uniﬁcation, that the Hessens and the Prussian Crown concluded a treaty that restored some of the property. Landgrave Friedrich Wilhelm agreed to forego his claims to the Hessian throne and in return received three castles, an income from the Prussian state (Staatsrente), and most of the Hesse-Kassel family’s inventory of art and household goods. In the contract, this property was declared gebundenen Besitz—or entailed property—which meant that it could not be divided, nor sold, or even given on loan.
Anarchist Organisation: The History of the F.A.I. by Juan Gomez Casas, Abe Bluestein