The last British Governor of Spandau Allied Prison puts the record straight about the final years of Rudolf Hess' life, and his ultimate suicide while in Allied custody. Lt Col Le Tissier authentically counters the many allegations, which have abounded, that the prisoner was an imposter, that he was kept in isolation and even that he was murdered. The book also gives some fascinating insights into life in Berlin as an island of democracy in a sea of Communism.
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(235mm x 156mm x 10mm)
Sutton Publishing Ltd
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Author Biography - Tony Le Tissier
TONY LE TISSIER served 22 years in the British army, retiring in 1977 to work for the British Military Government in Berlin, his role including that of being the last British Governor of Spandau Allied Prison until its closure following the death of Rudolf Hess. His previous books include Slaughter at Halbe and With our Backs to Berlin