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How do you crack the man whose secrets could end the Second World War? This is the question posed by award-winning journalist Stephen McGinty in his riveting analysis of the British interrogation of Rudolf Hess, Deputy Fuhrer to Hitler, following his extraordinary capture in 1941. Using original reports, diaries, letters and memos, this psychological study tracks the game of cat-and-mouse played out between the imprisoned Hess and British intelligence officers armed with the latest Freudian techniques.

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The Secret Life of Rudolf Hess

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How do you crack the man whose secrets could end the Second World War? This is the question posed by award-winning journalist Stephen McGinty in his riveting analysis of the British interrogation of Rudolf Hess, Deputy Fuhrer to Hitler, following his extraordinary capture in 1941. Using original reports, diaries, letters and memos, this psychological study tracks the game of cat-and-mouse played out between the imprisoned Hess and British intelligence officers armed with the latest Freudian techniques.

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