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The secret of the mission of Rudolf Hess is not disclosed

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The secret of the mission of Rudolf Hess is not disclosedOne of the many secrets of the Second World War is associated with the name of Hitler's closest ally in the party of Rudolf Hess. Judging by the correspondence between Berlin and Moscow, until May 1941, there was no disagreement between Hitler and Stalin. Preparations for the redistribution of the political map of the world continued on both sides, and England was the main goal for the eye. Moreover, each of them pursued other, exclusively their own goals. And all would be fine, but 10 May 1941, an event occurred, the essence of which is still not clear to historians. That day Hess was in England. The official, replicated version claims that Hess made this flight based on his own convictions and for the good of Germany.


OFFICIAL VERSION

There are still widespread reports in the press that Rudolf Hess flew to Scotland, independently piloting a twin-engine Messerschmitt-110, and at 3 at one o'clock in the morning 11 May parachuted near the royal family of Duke Hamilton's royal family. I wonder how he was out of sight of the earth, and without a navigator, could determine this place, and how much did he love skydiving, and when did the last of them go?

Hess introduced himself to the first oncoming farmer as a fictitious name and asked him to deliver it to the duke. The Englishman first brought the paratrooper to his home, gave him tea, but secretly summoned the special services. They found out the true name of the "mysterious German". Instead of meeting with Hamilton Hess, he ended up in a London prison ...

On the landing of Hess in Scotland, the British press reported only 13 May. At the same time, it was suggested, apparently of a purely propaganda nature, that Hess had fled due to serious disagreements and a split in the leadership of the national socialists. The English press has done its job, and it makes no sense to retell Churchill's untrue statements about how Hess got to England. Another thing that talked about this in Germany.

In the Soviet Union, only 14 of May found out about this, but all attempts by foreign intelligence agents to understand the reasons for the flight, and even less the goal of the Hess mission, did not work.

Officially, the leadership of the National Socialist Party reported on the disappearance of Hess 12 May. The official communique said that “Hess 10 of May at 18 hours flew in an unknown direction on a plane from Augsburg and did not return to this time. The letter left by Hess testifies in view of his incoherence about the presence of signs of mental disorder, which makes one fear that Hess was a victim of insanity. " At the same time, Nazi propaganda began to actively promote the idea that Hess, being an idealist, "became a victim of an obsessive idea of ​​achieving agreement between England and Germany."

In 1953, memoirs of the former fighter commander were published in Germany aviation Luftwaffe of Adolf Galland, where he described this event:

“In the early evening of May 10, 1941 of the year I was summoned to the telephone by a very excited Reichsmarshal and ordered to immediately raise the entire squadron (Me-110. - N.Ya.) into the air. It seemed ridiculous to me, because, first of all, it was already twilight and, secondly, there were no reports of an enemy raid. I said this to Goring.

“Plaque,” ​​he mocked, “what a raid means! You must prevent the flight! In England, on the Me-110 flew mad deputy Fuhrer! He must be landed at any cost. ”

(It turns out that Goering was privy to the secret designs of Hess. - N. Ya.)

I asked about the estimated course and time of the take-off of the car and received an order: immediately after the start of the operation, personally give all the messages.

When I hung up, I could not understand which of us had gone mad: the deputy of the Führer, the Reichsmarschall or myself. In any case, the order I received was clearly abnormal. Before dusk 10 minutes remained. At this time there were a lot of Me-110 in the air, which were preparing for night flights or doing test flights after repair. How did I know in which of them Rudolf Hess was sitting? Therefore, I ordered a purely symbolic take-off. The group commanders were to send one or two cars. For their part, they obviously thought I was crazy.

I took the map and tried to calculate the distance and time of flight on the Augsburg – England line. If, as I was told, Hess started from the Messerschmitt airfield in Augsburg, then it is unlikely that he reached England, as if he had flown. Even from such an old pilot as Hess, for such an enterprise, great courage, caution, flying skills were required - or it was just necessary to go crazy.

These questions were related to our telephone conversation with Goering, when I informed him about the unsuccessful termination of our operation. I told Göring that if Hess really managed to fly from Augsburg to the British Isles, then there he would be shot down by the Spitfires.

However, Hess flew to Scotland, where he apparently ran out of fuel. He jumped with a parachute. Near the town of Peysley he was caught by a peasant armed with pitchforks.

12 in May was distributed to the party’s organizations: “Party comrade Rudolf Hess, who, due to the Fuehrer’s illness that had been developing for many years, strictly forbade flying operations, recently acquired an airplane for himself. 10 May around 18 hours in Augsburg Hess rose into the air and still has not returned ... As far as can be judged by the inspection of the papers left by Hess, he had an obsessive idea that through a personal meeting with his old friends, the British, he still managed to achieve mutual understanding between Germany and England. ”

Whatever the secret reason for this flight - here someone made an attempt at the last moment to slow down the train rushing to the crash ... "

At the same time, F. Halder, as follows from his “War Diary”, this became known at the morning meeting of May 12.

Three days later, a meeting on the Hess case was held at the OKH, and Halder wrote down in his diary:

“I. The message of the Fuhrer to the Commander-in-Chief corresponds to the second version of the press about the flight of Hess.

1. For the Fuhrer, this event was a complete surprise.

2. It was known that:

a) Hess was internally suppressed, because the British were oppressed by the mutual destruction of the Germanic peoples;

b) Hess oppressed the ban to go to the front, and his repeated requests to allow him to take personal part in the battles were rejected;

c) Hess was prone to mysticism ("visions", "prophecies", etc.);

d) he was reckless in the air, and as a result, the Führer had long ago forbidden him to fly.

3. Additionally, it was installed:

A. Since last August, Hess has been interested in weather reports over England.

B. Hess tried to get data for radio direction finding in Norway through Terbova.

Q. After he was unable to achieve anything from Udet, Hess was systematically involved in the flight work of Messerschmitt.

G. Hess was engaged in technical preparation for the flight according to a previously developed plan (spare tanks).

4. How did all this happen:

A. On Sunday, a packet was received with materials addressed to the Führer, which he put aside, taking him for a memorandum. However, then the Fuhrer opened the package and found a letter in which Hess stated the reasons that prompted him to fly. As the ultimate goal, Hess indicated Glasgow and informed the Führer that he would visit Lord Hamilton (the head of the English Union of Frontline Soldiers).

B. A request to the Reichsmarshal and Udet about the possibility of reaching the Glasgow region on the indicated aircraft. An affirmative reply was received on the request. Anticipating that the English propaganda would try to use this case, the management made up a brief message for the press. ”

LEAKLETS

Now look at the map and determine the distance from Augsburg, bypassing Belgium. It turns out about 800 km. According to the results of flight tests, the speed range of the Me-110С (by the way, it doesn’t provide additional suspension tanks) was 800 km, and in economy mode (where he was in a hurry), as shown by tests at the Air Force Institute, 1000 km. So, Mr. Galland, you are mischievous. Fuel on the plane was enough to not only fly to the island, but also to choose (if desired) a place to land. And we should not forget that the sunset of May 10 in Germany was in 19 hours 42 minutes.

If Hess took off on the Me-110, which is unlikely, then taking into account the fuel in the tanks suspended under the wing, the speed range will be about 1500 km, and in economy mode - almost 2000 km. Just to fly not only to Glasgow, but also to the ocean coast of England. Just who was waiting for him there?

It should be noted here that by May 1941, the entire east coast of Misty Albion was covered by a network of radar stations warning of the approach of German aircraft, and their operators had time to accumulate sufficient experience. Therefore, Hess could not cross the unnoticed border of England, because there was a high probability of interception of his air defense fighters.

The second incomprehensible moment in all this stories was a night flight. What could Hess count on in the night sky? On the carpet road to the lighted airfield? In wartime, they were all darkened, and the lighting equipment was switched on during scheduled flights or in the case of prior notification by the military. Or maybe he intended to land on the roof of his friend's house and find himself in his arms?

The probability of a safe landing at night in the field was close to zero, as, indeed, on a parachute. It was a huge risk.

It was much easier, reaching England in the bright time, to land at a suitable military airfield than to continue the flight into the unknown, deep into the kingdom. Airfields on the coast of England were enough, and they were all well known to the Germans. At worst, it could be done in the field. But that did not happen.

People rushed to the site of the “fall” of the plane, and soon a press photo of the British posed against the background of the Messerschmitt appeared. What is it? Really the remains of a Hess plane or a good setting? After all, it was reported that the plane burned down. It's like, because the fuel was developed.

But judging by the photograph, there was no trace of a fire on the wreckage of the car, perhaps because there was no flight.

Suppose that the “flight” of Hess (perhaps, according to AN Osokin, his disappearance is connected with British intelligence) changed not only Hitler – Stalin’s plans to wage a future war, but also the balance of power in Europe. Then it turns out that thanks to Hess, we managed to “incline” England to the side of Germany and jointly oppose the USSR.

BRITISH TRACK

What could Britain do then against the USSR and how could she support her new ally in the war he planned? The United Kingdom ground forces and navy could hardly be quickly transferred to a new theater. Also the fleetexcept for the northern water areas, it was possible to deploy only on the Black Sea, passing through the Bosphorus. But there was a danger of being locked up if events at the front would develop in a different scenario. And the transfer of British troops to the borders of the Soviet Union would not have gone unnoticed. The Royal Air Force remained, and they could strike at the territory of the USSR only from airfields in Iraq.

As mentioned above, by the beginning of the Second World War, the Wellington and Whitley planes of the Vikkers and Armstrong-Whitworth companies were in service with the Royal Air Force, respectively.

The Wellington II was considered the most advanced long-range bomber of the Royal Air Force in 1941. If it was to fly from the Habbania airfield in 80 km from Baghdad, then it was quite possible to get to Sevastopol in a straight line, dropping the 500-kilogram cargo, imitating, for example, mine, and go back. Thus, exclude version A.N. Osokina on the mining of coastal waters by British aviation near Sevastopol is impossible.

Today, only the British government can refute or confirm this assumption, but it is silent. Rudolf Hess could have answered this question. But 17 August 1987, the whole world has spread around a sensational news: in Spandau Prison (West Berlin), he committed suicide 93-year-old Rudolf Hess, the only one of the defendants of German war criminals who was sentenced to life in prison in Nuremberg.

While Hess was in prison, he was forbidden to say anything or write about the “peace mission” he had undertaken in May of 1941. His correspondence and meetings with relatives and lawyers were controlled by the prison administration.

The verdict of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg said: "Hess flying to England, he carried with him some peaceful proposals," which, he claims, Hitler was ready to accept. It is noteworthy that this flight took place 10 days after Hitler set the last date for the attack on the Soviet Union - June 22 of the year 1941.

The transcript of the meeting of the Nuremberg 31 process of August 1946, it was recorded that Hess wished to report on his mission in England, but he was interrupted by the chairman of the tribunal, the Englishman Lawrence. After that, Rudolf Hess refused to answer the questions of judges and prosecutors, playing insanity and loss of memory.

But why didn’t the representative of the USSR demand that Hess continue his revelation? There can be only one explanation: the Soviet government, or more precisely Stalin, was just as interested in concealing the truth as the British were. We are still afraid to make this public.

So where is the truth

There are several versions of Hess's escape, but one thing unites them - the desire of Germany and Great Britain to attack the Soviet Union more quickly in order to wipe it off the face of the earth. And both of these states were full of hatred for each other. But the British, wanting to push Germany from the USSR, hoped for their mutual destruction, and Germany in the case of expanding "living space" would hardly have refused to occupy Foggy Albion, and this could not be realized in London.

The extent to which London was interested in working with Hitler is evidenced by the statement of Allen Dulles, the head of the station of the Office of Strategic Services in Bern during World War II, the future director of the CIA. In 1948, Dulles said: “British intelligence in Berlin made contact with Rudolf Hess and with his help found a way out to Hitler himself. Hess was told that if Germany declared war on the Soviets, England would cease hostilities. ”

Hess's suicide is hard to believe. On this occasion, the foreign press reported: “On the day of his death, Hess was unwilling to let his Tunisian nurse, Mauri. Only half an hour later, with difficulty breaking through to the garden house, specially built for Hess in case of bad weather, Mauri saw the ward lying lifeless on the floor. In the house there were an American warder and two military men, which was strictly prohibited.

Mauri began to make Gessa artificial respiration, but his “first aid” briefcase was cracked, and the oxygen cylinder was empty, although the orderly checked it the day before. The English doctor who arrived, the toolkit was also inoperable. When Hess's body was brought to the hospital, two strangers disappeared, and the orderly was advised to keep his mouth shut. ”

It is curious that in the press there are various dates (starting from the end of April until 15 May) of the cessation of the bombing of the military-industrial centers of Great Britain, the cities of Birmenhem, Bristol, Conventry, Liverpool and Southampton and others. However, the exact date has not yet been announced. There is no doubt that this event took place in May. Perhaps the answer to this can be found in the English newspapers of those years. But the author does not speak their language, and it is surprising that none of the titled historians paid attention to this. It cannot be excluded that this is the key to understanding the beginning of the Great Patriotic War.

28 May 1941, when the Germans completed their operation to seize the island of Crete and the active operations of the German Armed Forces against Great Britain ceased, the Germans allowed English troops to leave the second time after Dunkirk, this time from the island.

It seems that after this event a lull came, which, as it seems, was aimed at continuing the preparation of the war against the USSR. Often, the cessation of raids on the United Kingdom is associated with large losses for the Luftwaffe - the 1773 aircraft, but this does not seem to be the case.

The press often refers to a letter from Hitler delivered to Stalin by courier from Berlin on the U-52 15 of May 1941. The message is nothing more than a response to Stalin's letter sent to the Führer, apparently, on May 11 or 12.

In it, Hitler reported:

“I am writing this letter at the moment when I finally came to the conclusion that it is impossible to achieve lasting peace in Europe - not only for us, but also for future generations - without the final collapse of England and the destruction of it as a state. As you well know, I have long ago decided to implement a series of military measures in order to achieve this goal. The nearer the hour of the decisive battle, the greater the number of problems I face. For the masses of the German people, no war is popular, and especially the war against England, because the German people consider the British as brotherly people, and the war between us is a tragic event. I will not hide from you that I thought in a similar way and several times offered England the conditions of peace. However, insulting responses to my proposals and the expanding expansion of the British in the field of military operations - with a clear desire to involve the whole world in the war - convinced me that there is no way out of this situation, except for the invasion of the British Isles.

British intelligence began to use the concept of "fratricidal war" for its own purposes in the most cunning way, using it in its propaganda - and not without success. Opposition to my decision began to grow in many elements of German society, including representatives of high-ranking circles. You probably know that one of my deputies, Herr Hess, flew to London in a fit of insanity in order to arouse the feeling of unity in the English. According to my information, several generals of my army share similar sentiments, especially those with relatives in England.

These circumstances require special measures. To organize troops away from British eyes and in connection with recent operations in the Balkans, a significant number of my troops, near the 80 divisions, are located near the borders of the Soviet Union. Perhaps this gives rise to rumors about the possibility of military conflict between us.

I want to assure you - and I give the word of honor that this is not true ...

In this situation, it is impossible to exclude occasional episodes of military clashes. In view of the considerable concentration of troops, these episodes can reach considerable sizes, making it difficult to determine who started first.

I want to be completely honest with you. I fear that some of my generals may deliberately start a conflict in order to save England from its impending fate and destroy my plans. It's about time more than a month. Starting around June 15 – 20, I plan to begin a massive transfer of troops from your borders to the West. In accordance with this, I strongly urge you, as far as possible, not to succumb to provocations that may be the work of those of my generals who have forgotten about their duty. And, of course, do not attach special importance to them. It became almost impossible to avoid the provocations of my generals. I ask for restraint, do not respond to provocations and contact me immediately via channels known to you. Only in this way can we achieve common goals, which, I believe, are agreed upon .....

I look forward to meeting in July. ”

Naturally, the question arises: where is Stalin's letter? If it existed, it should have been in the Reich Chancellery of the Führer, and a copy (second copy) - in the archives of the Kremlin. But it is not available to us.

NEW RIDDLES

It is curious that it was 15 in May 1941, apparently, that the development of a preliminary plan for the strategic deployment of the Soviet Armed Forces in case of war with Germany and its allies was completed. This document was kept in the personal safe of A.M. until 1948. Vasilevsky, while the deputy chief of operational management in the rank of Major General. The latter indicates that the document never left the walls of the General Staff. Naturally, the question arises: Is this related to the “Hess Mission”?

It should be noted here that Vasilevsky visited Germany in November 1940 of the year as part of the delegation of the People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs V.M. Molotov and was aware of the ongoing negotiations.

Already a lot of events, indicating a possible collusion of the two leaders, occurred in May 1941. One gets the impression that there was a big secret game between them and the winner, given the collapse of the USSR in 1992, was the middleman - the United Kingdom. Although the main winner in World War II was the Soviet Union.

The most important events in the life of the country in spring 1941 ended with Stalin’s speech at the end of May at an extended meeting of the political bureau, where he said: “If you sum up foreign policy from 1931 before the beginning of 1941, then the main thing is that, despite the intrigues of Anglo-American imperialism , managed to avoid the involvement of the Soviet Union in the war against Nazi Germany in the west and Japan in the east.

... The conclusion of a nonaggression pact with Germany was the right political step on our part. He gave the necessary respite for better preparation of the country in the defense ...

The situation is becoming aggravated every day, and it is very likely that we may be subject to a sudden attack by fascist Germany. ”

What guided the leader, warning the country's leadership about the inevitability of war? Perhaps it was Hess's flight to England that brought him to this idea. Or maybe he originally intended to stab in the back of Germany, which at that time was a much greater danger compared to England. One thing is clear - that both leaders hated each other and in any case should have fought in a bloody battle.

In 2011, several publications from the archive of the Foreign Intelligence Service appeared in the press with reports of Soviet intelligence officers about the flight of Hess, but they absolutely do not give the researchers anything other than the “One Citizen Say” heading.

To conclude, I will quote Winston Churchill from his memoirs: “Russians are very suspicious of the story with Hess, I had a long conversation on this topic in Moscow with Marshal Stalin: he kept saying that Hess was invited by our secret service. It is not in our interest that all this now surfaced. ”

In my opinion, this is quite enough to answer the questions: how and why did Hess find himself in England?
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  1. Basil50
    Basil50 25 September 2016 06: 58 New
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    The first lines and lies. Once there was a journalist, a former front-line soldier, so that in the heat of perestroika * he went even further * when he wrote * a secret meeting under Hitler’s SMOLENSK with the SOVIET LEADERSHIP. Today * Democrats * shredded and are already peeing referring to the fact that - * this was possible *. Such a disregard for real facts and outright lies is possible only when there is an order and the readers * are holding * for idiots or illiterates who cannot access the archives.
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  2. rudolff
    rudolff 25 September 2016 07: 45 New
    +5
    But does this Hitler’s letter to Stalin really exist? Judging by the text, they wrote it in Moscow, and not in Berlin, and already in the post-war period.
    1. Bloodsucker
      Bloodsucker 25 September 2016 14: 59 New
      +2
      A certain Bunich wrote it, from his writings, and this duck went for a walk.
      And the realities with Hess, Hitler's deputy for the Nazi party of Hess, having arrived in England on May 10, 1941, offered the British government an honorable peace and a joint struggle against the USSR. Former SS Obergruppenführer C. Wolf told L. Bezymensky that “in a conversation with him on the night of April 17-18, 1945, Hitler himself admitted that Hess was fulfilling his will. What did Hitler achieve? To persuade England to conclude peace with Germany and to joint action against the Soviet Union. ” Negotiations with Hess were led by the pro-German Lord Chancellor Simon. They were looking for a reason to accuse the USSR of aggressive actions so that England could “worthily” get out of the war.
      The British historian J. Butler, in his book The Big Strategy (1959), states that at the end of May 1941, "it was believed in London that by creating a threat to Caucasian oil, it would be possible to exert pressure on Russia in the best way." On May 31, 1941, "the commander-in-chief of the British troops in the Middle East was ordered to prepare for the occupation of Iraq, which would allow the British Air Force to set up" the grandest fire anyone has ever seen - in the Baku oil fields. " On June 12, 1941, the British Joint Chiefs of Staff "decided to take measures that would allow them to immediately inflict an air strike from Mosul (northern Iraq) on oil refineries in Baku by medium bombers." And such documents were captured by the Germans after the defeat of France. Documents confirming the plans of England and France to attack the USSR.
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 25 September 2016 22: 54 New
        +1
        The letter was first written by Konstantin Simonov.
        He led and recorded conversations with Marshal Zhukov in the 60s.
        And Zhukov told him that Stalin let him read
        personal letter from Hitler to justify his orders
        about restraint before the war.
        Bunich did not invent a letter, but used the document in a novel.
        Of course, admirers of Stalin's genius are offended to admit that the leader was so "fucked up". But with whom it does not happen.
    2. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 25 September 2016 17: 55 New
      +1
      Here is the full text of the letter:

      “Dear Mr. Stalin,

      I am writing this letter to you at the moment when I finally came to the conclusion that it is impossible to achieve lasting peace in Europe for us and for future generations without the final crush of England and its destruction as a state. As you well know, I have long decided to hold a series of military events to achieve this goal.

      However, the closer the hour of the approaching final battle, the more problems I encounter. In the German masses, any war is unpopular, and the war against England especially, because the German people consider the British the fraternal people, and the war between us is a tragic event. I will not hide that I think the same way and has repeatedly proposed peace to England under very humane conditions, given the current martial law of the British. However, the insulting answers to my peace proposals and the constant expansion of the geography of hostilities by the British with a clear desire to draw the whole world into this war convinced me that there was no other way but to invade the (English) islands and finally crush this country.

      However, British intelligence began to deftly use for its own purposes the provision of "brother nations", applying this thesis not without success in its propaganda.

      Therefore, the opposition to my decision to invade the islands swept many layers of German society, including individual representatives of the highest levels of state and military leadership. You probably already know that one of my deputies, Mr. Hess, I suppose, in a fit of insanity due to overwork, flew to London in order, as far as I know, once again to encourage the British to common sense, even if only by their incredible act. Judging by the information at my disposal, similar moods have seized some generals of my army, especially those who in England have noble relatives who come from one ancient noble root.

      In this regard, the following circumstance is of particular concern to me. During the formation of the invasion forces far from the eyes and aircraft of the enemy, as well as in connection with recent operations in the Balkans along the border with the Soviet Union, a large number of my troops, about 80 divisions, accumulated, which may have generated rumors circulating now about a possible military conflict between us .
      I assure you with the honor of the head of state that this is not so.

      For my part, I also understand that you cannot completely ignore these rumors and have also concentrated a sufficient number of your troops on the border.

      In such a situation, I do not at all exclude the possibility of an accidental outbreak of armed conflict, which in the conditions of such a concentration of troops can take on a very large scale when it is difficult or simply impossible to determine what was its root cause. It will be no less difficult to stop this conflict.
      I want to be very frank with you.

      I fear that one of my generals will consciously go to such a conflict to save England from her fate and frustrate my plans. It is only about one month.

      Around June 15-20, I plan to begin a massive transfer of troops west from your border.

      At the same time, I urge you not to succumb to any provocations that may occur on the part of my generals who have forgotten their duty. And, of course, try not to give them any reason. If the provocations on the part of any of my generals cannot be avoided, I ask you to show restraint, do not take retaliatory actions and immediately report the incident to me through the communication channel known to you. Only in this way can we achieve our common goals, which, it seems to me, we have clearly agreed with you.

      I thank you for meeting me in a matter known to you and asking you to excuse me for the method that I chose to deliver this letter to you as soon as possible.


      I continue to hope for our meeting in July.
      Sincerely yours, Adolf Hitler. May 14, 1941. "
    3. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 25 September 2016 18: 00 New
      +2
      The letter is a brilliant deception of Hitler and German intelligence,
      which Stalin bought as a child on candy.
      1. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker 25 September 2016 18: 19 New
        +4
        Quote: voyaka uh
        Letter - Hitler and German Intelligence brilliant des

        Lesha ...
        You must admit that sho qi qidul is a godless whim ...
        Or Bunich-corned beef-corned beef-cutters your idols?
      2. Niccola Mack
        Niccola Mack 25 September 2016 20: 28 New
        +1
        It would be nice to get a link to where the letter is really stored (if it really exists).
        In theory, this document was supposed to be in the Central Party Archive (now the Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History (RGASPI) - Moscow, Bolshaya Dmitrovka 15).
        And it will turn out as with your famous "Protocols of the Zionist Wise Men" - everyone knows, but no one has seen. And they speak as if everyone has the original in their pocket.

        In any case - Stalin received a large number of such "sweets" during his career - and I think by 41 he was already well versed in "sweet".
        1. Bloodsucker
          Bloodsucker 25 September 2016 20: 35 New
          0
          There are none. There is Bunich rubbish, no more. And Bunich is still yapping.
  3. dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 25 September 2016 07: 54 New
    0
    Some kind of tragicomedy ... And without end.
    1. Simpsonian
      Simpsonian 25 September 2016 13: 06 New
      0
      flight on duty in an English gay club, and therefore behaved when detained so greyhound
  4. parusnik
    parusnik 25 September 2016 08: 36 New
    +8
    The secret of Hess’s flight ... What Hess ... didn’t hang himself .. while the Soviet guard was on duty ... and when he was on an English shift ... Probably representatives of the USSR asked .. you say .. calm down on the electric wire .. while carrying English duty ... substitute their heartfelt .. smile ..
    .Preparations for the redistribution of the political map of the world continued on both sides, and England was the main target for averting eyes.
    .... Poor old woman England .. smile . Forever someone pretends to her colonial possessions ... Hitler, probably India promised Stalin ... the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles ... in the appendage ... Like .. own .. smile It’s not a pity ... Ospod .. not tired, put a shadow on the fence ...
    1. shultz21070
      shultz21070 25 September 2016 11: 26 New
      0
      ellipsis after each word - is it fashionable or what? What's the point?
      1. zenion
        zenion 25 September 2016 17: 12 New
        0
        Ellipsis wind gusts in a sailboat, for a better understanding of where the wind is blowing.
        1. Niccola Mack
          Niccola Mack 29 September 2016 19: 45 New
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          Forever someone pretends to her colonial possessions


          So wherever you go - everywhere "enlightened sailors" are eager to bring "the light of civilization" to the wild barbarians.
          And they are always preoccupied with this mission - this is a troublesome business - not everyone understands "good intentions."
          So she strives for some .... to steal (communize) a piece fatter.
  5. Aleksander
    Aleksander 25 September 2016 14: 28 New
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    Judging by the correspondence between Berlin and Moscow, until May 1941, there were no disagreements between Hitler and Stalin. Preparation for redistribution of the political map of the world continued on both sides, and England was the main target for averting eyes.


    The allegation, not like the truth.
    An article is a set of conspiracy theological cliches and theories, not giving anything new ...
  6. svp67
    svp67 25 September 2016 14: 51 New
    +2
    Only when the secrecy stamp is removed from the documents of Hess's interrogation, then it will become clear what and how, and so far, sheer speculation.
    And this frankly pleased;
    I wonder how he, without the visibility of the earth, and without a navigator, could determine this place, and how much he loved skydiving and when did the last of them?
    And what could he do? Apparently courageously fall on a plane whose engine stopped due to lack of fuel. No, it's better to parachute. After all, even with an additional fuel tank, but the possibilities for the flight time were not unlimited. And at the expense of orientation, the Germans successfully used the radio compass for this.
    Now look at the map and determine the distance from Augsburg, bypassing Belgium. It turns out about 800 km. According to the results of flight tests, the speed range of the Me-110С (by the way, it doesn’t provide additional suspension tanks) was 800 km, and in economy mode (where he was in a hurry), as shown by tests at the Air Force Institute, 1000 km. So, Mr. Galland, you are mischievous. Fuel on the plane was enough to not only fly to the island, but also to choose (if desired) a place to land. And we should not forget that the sunset of May 10 in Germany was in 19 hours 42 minutes.
    And the presence of haze or fog is not taken into account?
    1. zenion
      zenion 25 September 2016 17: 15 New
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      What if the sea is below? He probably had a shirt and underpants with pockets for automatic boosting of air. The amazing thing is that not a single English fighter plane shot it down, not a single anti-aircraft gun did not bark.
    2. Akuzenka
      Akuzenka 2 October 2016 12: 58 New
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      Alas, a colleague will not be removed. There are too many things that make the Anglo-Saxons the true instigators of the most terrible war. And now they have absolutely similar aspirations, because the situation is back to square one. Those. they again need WAR. And the worse, the better.
  7. antivirus
    antivirus 25 September 2016 22: 46 New
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    antivirus July 10, 2016 18:51 | Five questions of Stalin
    You think: at the highest level, a telegram left the Commissariat of Defense. Do you think it should be fixed somehow?
    Further, this telegram was received at the headquarters of five districts and two fleets. Do you think they should have fixed it somehow? Or did they get it in the ballot box? In fact, everything incoming is fixed.

    ALL AGAINST ALL
    Everyone knew that the swing comes with a shoulder + - 1 million lives; and tlgrm no. Someone Albert Pikhoya became the beginning of archives in 91g, then different and different.

    We are waiting for the archives of Britain (they should have declassified k91 and have been postponed several times) - there is an answer and consent for the Baltic States and the M-Riben-Pa Pact, separately the Caucasus and the Greater Middle East --- SPHERES OF INFLUENCE (no longer under the Hammer Pact - Riben-pa, and according to the USSR-Brit empire against Germany and all the Axis countries, including Japan (violating the non-aggression treaty of the USSR -Japan)

    Apparently Britain recognized the Pact MR on the western borders of the USSR, and the USA then portrayed ignorance and did not recognize the Baltic states.

    And they took a rollback from the Britov for a "minute" weakness. The entire western hemisphere came under US control from the British Empire.
    They proposed an alliance against all who did not bend under the future of NATO.
    CONCLUSION:
    1. only force helped to maintain the results of the Victory under the agreements agreed in Potsdam and Yalta.
    2. The resources were determined by Khrushchev and Zhukov and Stalin and the USA and Japan and all the others correctly, and then be patient and do "for yourself and that guy."
    Every day of artillery, air and tank maneuvers has a cost + killed according to the calculations of GS = cm p 2. Every day of the war was and is now worth all the lies
  8. antivirus
    antivirus 25 September 2016 22: 48 New
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    antivirus July 10, 2016 18:51 | Five questions of Stalin
    You think: at the highest level, a telegram left the Commissariat of Defense. Do you think it should be fixed somehow?
    Further, this telegram was received at the headquarters of five districts and two fleets. Do you think they should have fixed it somehow? Or did they get it in the ballot box? In fact, everything incoming is fixed.

    Everyone knew that the swing comes with a shoulder + - 1 million lives; and tlgrm no. Someone Albert Pikhoya became the beginning of archives in 91g, then different and different.
    We are waiting for the archives of Britain (they should have declassified k91 and have been postponed several times) - there is an answer and consent for the Baltic States and the M-Riben-Pa Pact, separately the Caucasus and the Greater Middle East --- SPHERES OF INFLUENCE (no longer under the Hammer Pact - Riben-pa, and according to the USSR-Brit empire against Germany and all the Axis countries, including Japan (violating the non-aggression treaty of the USSR -Japan)
    Apparently Britain recognized the Pact MR on the western borders of the USSR, and the USA then portrayed ignorance and did not recognize the Baltic states.
    And they took a rollback from the Britov for a "minute" weakness. The entire western hemisphere came under US control from the British Empire.
    They proposed an alliance against all who did not bend under the future of NATO.
    CONCLUSION:
    1. only force helped to maintain the results of the Victory under the agreements agreed in Potsdam and Yalta.
    2. The resources were determined by Khrushchev and Zhukov and Stalin and the USA and Japan and all the others correctly, and then be patient and do "for yourself and that guy."
    Every day of artillery, air and tank maneuvers has a cost + killed according to the calculations of GS = cm p 2. Every day of the war was and is now worth all the lies
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 25 September 2016 23: 10 New
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      Quote: antivirus
      We are waiting for the archives of Britain (to 91 they should have declassified them, and so they transferred several times)

      We will wait a long time. The report of a traveler who was looking for the shortest route to India (I don’t remember his last name) was declassified in 90. There he advised not to succumb to Russia. And this report was written back in the 17 century. They climbed through Afghanistan.