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by Desmond Zwar

Rudolf Hess was Adolf Hitler's Deputy Führer until, in May 1941, he flew to Scotland, ostensibly to negotiate peace between Germany and Britain. Captured by the British, he was held for the rest of the war, before being convicted of conspiracy at the Nuremberg Trials in 1946 and sentenced to live out his life in Spandau Prison. The ghostwriter of Burton Andrus's The Infamous of Nuremberg and the coauthor, with Eugene Bird, of The Loneliest Man in the World, Desmond Zwar tells Hess's story based on his own interviews. 187 pages, illustrated with b/w photos


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