Due to the number of cells available, an empty cell was left between the prisoners' cells, to avoid the possibility of prisoners' communicating in Morse code. Dönitz always believed that Hitler had named him as his successor due to Speer's recommendation, which had led to Dönitz being tried at Nuremberg Speer always denied this. Controversy[ edit ] The Allied powers originally requisitioned the prison in Novemberexpecting it to accommodate a hundred or more war criminals. Hess was also unique among the prisoners in that, as a matter of dignity, he refused all visitors for more than twenty years, finally consenting to see his long-since adult son and wife in after suffering from a perforated ulcer that required his treatment at a hospital outside the prison. Speer, in a move that invoked the ire of his fellow prisoners, would often tend to Hess's needs, bringing him his coat when he was cold and coming to his defence when a director or guard was attempting to coax Hess out of bed and into work. Life in the prison[ edit ] Prison regulations[ edit ] Erich Raeder released from Spandau Prison, 26 Septemberwith his wife at the Bürger-Hospital in Berlin-Charlottenburg Every facet of life in the prison was strictly set out by an intricate prison regulation scheme designed before the prisoners' arrival by the Four Powers — FranceBritainthe Soviet Union and the United States. Every piece of paper given to the prisoners was recorded and tracked, so secret notes were most often written by other means, where the supply went officially unmonitored for the entire duration of the prison's existence.
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The Soviets, in contrast, would offer an unchanging diet of coffee, bread, soup, and potatoes. In vielen Anfänger- und Fortgeschrittenenschwimmkursen lernen Kinder bei uns das Schwimmen. Despite the length of time they spent with each other, remarkably little progress was made in the way of reconciliation. All prisoners feared the months during which the Soviets took command; the Soviets were much stricter in their enforcement of prison regulations and offered poorer quality meals. Afterward, matters, including diet, were improved. Each nation in charge would bring its own chef; during the American, French, and British months, the prisoners were fed better than regulations called for.