January 18, 2016

David Irving Discusses Rudolf Hess + Wolf Rüdiger Hess On The Assassination of His Father By The British Government

"Hess: The Missing Years, 1941-1945" by David Irving (2010).

Amazon Description:
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.
An excerpt from, "Remains of Rudolf Hess exhumed" by Kathryn Hadley, History Today, July 21, 2011:
During the years since his burial in 1987, the grave of Hitler’s deputy, Rudolf Hess, in the small town of Wunsiedel in southern Germany, became a shrine for neo-Nazis. Between 4 and 6 o’clock, in the early hours of Wednesday 20th July, the grave was reopened, his remains were removed, and the grave was destroyed.

Arrested in Scotland in 1941, where he flew solo in an attempt to negotiate a peace settlement with the United Kingdom, Rudolf Hess was detained by the British for the remainder of the Second World War. In 1946 at the Nuremberg Trials, he was sentenced to life imprisonment. He spent 40 years in Spandau Prison in West Berlin, where he eventually committed suicide in 1987, aged 93. The prison was dismantled in the aftermath of his death to prevent it from becoming a shrine."
"Quite a lot of the top Nazis were corrupt, brutal, and vile. Rudolf Hess wasn't. Rudolf Hess, throughout his rise to position of Deputy Fuhrer, Rudolf Hess was basically a very decent man. All the Germans recognized this. If they had a beef with the Nazis, the local Nazi mayor, or the local Nazi police chief, then they would write to Rudolf Hess to complain and he would act on it. He would take steps to act on these malfeasances. I'm not just saying this that I'm saying this. In fact, after the war was over, after the ghastly tragedy of WWII was finished, the Americans moved in with all their righteous self-justification and set up the Nuremberg trial to put Nazi war criminals on trial.

And they investigated all the criminals, and Rudolf Hess was among them. And they sent an American army lieutenant called Eric Lippman who was probably Jewish, he lived in Florida afterwards, they sent Lippman to Rudolf Hess's house, the family house. He no longer lived there, of course, he was in captivity ever since his dramatic flight. Lippman went to Rudolf Hess's house to look for evidence that he was a criminal. And all of Rudolf Hess's papers were there, going back to the turn of the century, ever since he was born. All the Rudolf Hess files were in the family house in Hinterland in Bavaria and Eric Lippman spent the whole day going through them. He wrote a letter to the chief American prosecutor in Nuremberg, which I've got cause I wrote a book on the Nuremberg trials called 'Nuremberg: The Last Battle.' Justice Robert H. Jackson, who was the American chief prosecutor, a very, very fine man, in fact. Jackson was an idealist. He's one of my heroes. He set out with an ambition that you can end wars by law. Just promulgate a law against making war, and that would be the solution. No more killing. He was an idealist. Jackson send this guy Lippman to investigate the Hess papers, and Lippman wrote a letter back to Jackson, which I found in Jackson's papers. His son let me have access to them, the papers. Lippman wrote a letter saying I've gone through Rudolf Hess's files in his house and he was a fine guy, we shouldn't be prosecuting him. He was a decent guy, people wrote to him with complaints and he acted on the complaints, in every case. He wasn't corrupt, he wasn't brutal, he left Germany before the crimes began, we shouldn't be putting him on trial. Quite an interesting letter. I've quoted most of it in the book." - David Irving, from 2:09-4:29 in part 4.

"When you think what the German government did two years ago to the Hess family grave, the entire grave site. The whole family. Rudolf Hess, his wife, the family, the sons, everybody, their graves had been dug up two years ago and they have been totally destroyed. The contents have been cremated. The ashes scattered across the countryside. So that's what the government did to the Rudolf Hess legend, or to his memory. They've done everything they can to wipe it out because it's an awkwardness for the present German government. He was a decent Nazi, unlike everybody else in WWII, he did all he could to stop the madness while he still could, and risked his life in the process."  David Irving, from 6:29-7:33 in part 4.

Title: David Irving Discusses Rudolf Hess - November, 2013 - Part I. Source:  Pietraperzia Press. Date Published: November 29, 2013.

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Video Title: Murder of Rudolf Hess part 1 of 3. Source: Revisionism International. Date Published: October 6, 2007. Description: 
The story of the infamous murder as told by his son, Wolf Rudiger Hess
in English.

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