History of War

THE TRUTH ABOUT RUDOLF HESS

Author: James Douglas-Hamilton Publisher: Frontline Books Price: £19.99

Early on the morning of 11 May 1941, Adolf Hitler was having one of his habitual tantrums. Rudolf Hess’s adjutant Karl-Heinz Pintsch had arrived at the Berchtesgaden, the führer’s Eagle’s Nest in the Bavarian Alps, bringing with him an astonishing letter from his boss. The man who

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