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The following is from article written by Sir Winston Churchill that was published in the Illustrated Sunday Morning Herald on February 8, 1920:
This movement among the Jews is not new. From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, and down to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxembourg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States), this world-wide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of envious malevolence, and impossible equality, has been steadily growing. It played, as a modern writer, Mrs. Webster, has so ably shown, a definitely recognizable part in the tragedy of the French Revolution. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the Nineteenth Century; and now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads and have become practically the undisputed masters of that enormous empire.
There is no need to exaggerate the part played in the creation of Bolshevism and in the actual bringing about of the Russian Revolution, by these international and for the most part atheistical Jews, it is certainly a very great one; it probably outweighs all others. With the notable exception of Lenin, the majority of the leading figures are Jews. Moreover, the principal inspiration and driving power comes from the Jewish leaders. Thus Tchitcherin, a pure Russian, is eclipsed by his nominal subordinate Litvinoff, and the influence of Russians like Bukharin or Lunacharski cannot be compared with the power of Trotsky, or of Zinovieff, the Dictator of the Red Citadel (Petrograd) or of Krassin or Radek — all Jews. In the Soviet institutions the predominance of Jews is even more astonishing. And the prominent, if not indeed the principal, part in the system of terrorism applied by the Extraordinary Commissions for Combating Counter-Revolution [the Cheka] has been taken by Jews, and in some notable cases by Jewesses. The same evil prominence was obtained by Jews in the brief period of terror during which Bela Kun ruled in Hungary. The same phenomenon has been presented in Germany (especially in Bavaria), so far as this madness has been allowed to prey upon the temporary prostration of the German people. Although in all these countries there are many non-Jews every whit as bad as the worst of the Jewish revolutionaries, the part played by the latter in proportion to their numbers in the population is astonishing.
Hess, Hitler & Churchill by Peter Padfield, review
Nigel Jones is impressed by a gripping study of Rudolf Hess’s mysterious wartime peace mission
On May 10 1941 a beetle-browed man in a Luftwaffe flying-suit, unusual for a pilot because he was already middle-aged, belted himself into a twin-engined Messerschmitt Bf 110 aircraft specially equipped with extra fuel tanks for a long flight, and took off from the airfield at Augsburg, southern Bavaria.
Rudolf Hess, deputy Führer of Nazi Germany, and oldest friend and confidante of Hitler himself, had embarked on the strangest mission of the Second World War. But exactly what that mission was, who ordered it, and why, has been the subject of furious debate and conspiracy theories ever since. Peter Padfield, a veteran historian who has immersed himself in the Hess story for decades, here provides the closest we are likely to get to definitive answers.
Hess’s flight proved even longer than he could possibly have imagined. His strange odyssey would last for 46 years, leading him via a Home Guard hut, the Tower of London and several MI5 safe houses in England and Wales to the dock at Nuremberg, and thence to Berlin’s Spandau jail. There, as “Prisoner No 7” – in reality the prison’s sole inmate – he would strangle himself with a light flex, aged 93, in August 1987.
Hess helped the conspiracy theorists because he was, by any standards, a very rum cove, standing out as notably eccentric even among the weirdos, thugs and lunatics comprising the Nazi hierarchy. Born in Egypt, Hess conceived an excessive devotion to his fatherland that led him to fight heroically for Germany as both a soldier and airman in the First World War. In the chaos that followed the war, Hess attached himself to Hitler with a devotion that never wavered.
At the same time Hess fell under the influence of the Haushofers, a father and son team whose theory of geopolitics slotted into Hitler’s idea that Germany must expand eastwards and conquer the Eurasian land mass. Once the Nazis attained power, from lost sheep Hess became the regime’s lone wolf.
He had no ministry of his own to build a powerbase and, derided by his rivals and colleagues, acted chiefly as Hitler’s gofer and warm-up man at public rallies.
Padfield proves that Hess was targeted by MI6 as the weakest link in the Nazi chain of command. Through the Haushofers and other intermediaries, he was persuaded in the midst of war that a powerful “peace party” in Britain would welcome him as an emissary bearing terms for a compromise deal to oust the belligerent Churchill and allow Germany a free hand to turn its attention to attacking Russia.
There is no doubt that powerful interests in Britain – including a clutch of dukes, bankers, royalty, leftist pacifists and open fascists – regarded Russia as a greater menace than Germany; believed that Britain had lost the war by 1940; and despised Churchill as an irresponsible warmonger.
Padfield doubts whether these peaceniks were an organised party, but thinks the spooks duped Hess into believing they were, and that he in turn talked Hitler into authorising his peace mission, on the understanding that it was deniable: he could be written off as mad if the mission failed, which is what happened.
Hess, therefore, was lured into his fateful flight on the very eve of Barbarossa – the invasion of Russia. Reflecting a perennial Nazi misunderstanding of British society – which they thought was run by aristocrats like the Mitfords – Hess’s aim was to reach Dungavel, a hunting lodge of the Duke of Hamilton, who Hess had been led to believe was a leader of the peace party. The duke was actually absent commanding the RAF squadron at Turnhouse near Edinburgh which should have shot down Hess’s plane. Hess flew too low to be detected by radar, but bailed out when he ran out of fuel after failing to find Dungavel.
Hess spent the rest of his long life in custody in Britain, Nuremberg and finally Berlin, alternately feigning madness, attempting suicide and teasing his captors. Padfield briskly and forensically dismisses the conspiracy theorists, proving that the prisoner of Spandau was the real Hess, not a body double, and that he took his own life and was not murdered.
However, Padfield is the first to admit that mysteries remain. Successive governments have been unwilling to admit just how close Britain came to making peace with Hitler during the darkest days of the war. Vital files on Hess have been weeded out or remain closed, and we are unlikely to ever know the full truth. Until we do, this grippingly readable book gives the fullest and most convincing exposition of one of the 20th century’s strangest stories.
Hess, Hitler & Churchill by Peter Padfield (Icon, rrp £25) is available from Telegraph Books (0844 871 1515) for the special price of £20 plus £1.35 p&p
Claims that Rudolf Hess was murdered under orders from the British to stop him revealing wartime secrets have been revealed in a police report which has only just seen the light of day after 25 years.
According to the documents, a doctor who was treating the NS Party deputy leader supplied Scotland Yard with the names of two British agents who were suspected of the murder, but the force was advised to stop its investigations. The report by Detective Chief Superintendent Howard Jones, which has now been released under the Freedom of Information Act, provides details on the inquiry into surgeon Hugh Thomas’s claims.
It was written two years after Hess’s death in 1987 after the force was called in following claims by Mr Thomas that the man sent to Spandau Prison in then-West Berlin was not Hess but an imposter sent by the National Socialists in 1941.
Allied authorities said Hess hanged himself with an electrical cord in Spandau jail on August 17, 1987, at the age of 93.
But Mr Thomas said the real Hess was in fact killed by two British agents dressed as members of the U.S. forces amid speculation he was about to be released due to a veto by the Soviet Union, The Independent has reported.
The report cites how Mr Thomas ‘confidentially imparted’ the names of the two alleged suspects which he had received from a former member of the SAS.
Mr Jones wrote: ‘[Mr Thomas] had received information that two assassins had been ordered on behalf of the British Government to kill Hess in order that he should not be released and free to expose secrets concerning the plot to overthrow the Churchill government.’
Despite not finding ‘much substance’ to the murder allegations, Mr Jones ordered an investigation.
According to The Independent, the Crown Prosecution Service received a copy of the report in 1989. Within six months the Director of Public Prosecutions at the time, Sir Allan Green, advised the investigation should not continue.
Hess was an early confidant of Hitler, who dictated much of Mein Kampf to him while imprisoned during the 1920s.
He eventually rose to become deputy NS leader, and was captured in 1941 during a solo flight to Scotland on an apparently unauthorised peace mission.
He was later convicted in the Nuremberg trials after the Second World War ended.
At the Nuremberg trials after the war, Hess was found innocent of “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity”, but sentenced to life imprisonment for “crimes against peace and conspiracy to commit crimes against peace”. His appearance in Britain in 1941 has been the subject of much debate over the years.
In March last year a declassified report revealed for the first time the stark scene in which Hess was said to have killed himself and his alleged suicide note. But the report of the investigation into Hess’s death, released last year under Freedom of Information, only deepened the mystery surrounding his final moments.