The Hitler–Hess Deception

The Hitler Hess Deception At last new archival discoveries reveal the truth about the German Deputy F hrer s incredible solo flight to Britain in May and explain the British government s sixty year silence as to what th

  • Title: The Hitler–Hess Deception
  • Author: MartinAllen
  • ISBN: 9780007141197
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • At last, new archival discoveries reveal the truth about the German Deputy F hrer s incredible solo flight to Britain in May 1941, and explain the British government s sixty year silence as to what the Hess mission was all about.On the night of 10 May 1941, in one of the most extraordinary and bizarre incidents of the Second World War, a Messerschmitt 110 crash landed on aAt last, new archival discoveries reveal the truth about the German Deputy F hrer s incredible solo flight to Britain in May 1941, and explain the British government s sixty year silence as to what the Hess mission was all about.On the night of 10 May 1941, in one of the most extraordinary and bizarre incidents of the Second World War, a Messerschmitt 110 crash landed on a remote Scottish hillside Its pilot, who had parachuted to safety, was Rudolf Hess, the Deputy F hrer of the German Reich Hess s remarkable solo flight was immediately dismissed in both Britain and Germany as the deranged act of a disordered mind He was disowned by Hitler, and Winston Churchill s government insisted that his unexpected arrival on British soil was of no lasting consequence.Nevertheless, the mysterious circumstances of the flight, and Hess s unbroken silence during fifty subsequent years of imprisonment, have led to endless speculation as to his true motives Until now, no one has found the crucial pieces of evidence which prove that a small group of men within the British government and intelligence services were in fact conducting a brilliantly clever plot which was not only to lead to Hess s flight, but would also have a decisive impact on the course of the war.Martin Allen s researches in archives in Britain, Germany and the United States have unearthed many documents previously undiscovered by historians The details they reveal are explosive, and alter our perception not only of the conduct of the Second World War, but of the secret forces which shaped post war Europe and global politics.

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    1. History is basically a fabrication that suits the teller. I am interested in WW2 especially what it was all about as opposed to who did what, although I’m interested in that too. In my house you will not find huge tables dedicated to the re-enactment of famous battles but in my stream of books there is a subtext of books about WW2. I suspect that this a book glorifying the Poms when in fact they we not that bright and are probably still not that bright. However, this is a compelling story and [...]


    2. I have read much about cruelty of war and how it effected people, what happened to whom and likes but I sadly, and like many, did not have much idea about the war. What happened, how did it happened etc. his book gave me a perspective. I DO realize that this book is based on a conspiracy theory which may or may not be true, hence my way way of reading was to take the conspiracy part as fiction [and it did make interesting reading at times] but along with it, taking parts of history and trying to [...]


    3. A fascinating book written by Martin Allen analysing the role of British intelligence in using secret peace initiatives by the nazi leadership in 1940-41 to nudge Hitler towards attacking the Sovietunion in 1941, so that he does not turn against British interests in the Middle East. It tends to overestimate, however, the impact of British subterfuge on the Third Reich getting embroiled in a two-front war. Nevertheless, it is worth reading.


    4. Very interesting reading if you're into First and Second World War History. It really gives a timeline to how things happened.


    5. It was difficult rating this book as I did not know how to decipher between historical fact and myth. But again this book raised alot more questions.


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