Hess: The Missing Years 1941-1945
David Irving was the first to find the secret British Intelligence and medical files on Churchill’s prisoner, Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess, who tried to stop the WW2 madness, and was given a life sentence for “crimes against the peace”. Laminate hardback.
This book tells the Real History of the dramatic flight which Adolf Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess made in 1941 to Scotland in an attempt to stop the war before the saturation bombing holocaust began.
Intercepted before he could reach His Majesty the King, Hess vanished into the maw of the Secret Service, and was held as Winston Churchill’s personal prisoner.
British files relate how experts used truth drugs and hidden microphones to try to prise the secrets out of him. Taken to Nuremberg in 1945, Hess outwitted – and eventually outlived – his tormentors. He died mysteriously in 1987 after spending 46 years in jail.