Hess - A Tale of Two Murders
Hess - A Tale of Two Murders
Thomas, Hugh
The book caused a sensation when first published as it claimed that the last inmate of Spandau Prison in Berlin was in fact not Rudolph Hess at all but an impostor either foisted on or substituted by Britain in May 1941. His theory was based on the fact that Hess was badly wounded in the First World War by a rifle bullet through the left lung, however the man in prison bore no scars on his chest. In this revised edition, the author now claims that after the death of the last remaning inmate two seperate post mortems were carried out on the body and that neither show any serious wounds and that the body carried none of the scars which Frau Hess had persistently said were on his chest and back....
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