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This is my first post, so please let me know if this topic isn't in the right section
I remember vaguely that Heinrich Hoffmann's With Hitler in the West was significant for a specific reason -- a reason that I don't remember I reckon reading it somewhere and I believe the reason was also mentioned in a documentary in which German historian Sönke Neitzel participated.
If memory serves me correctly, it has something to do with Hess (though, again, I am not sure). Was it the last time Hess appeared in a publication before his flight? My spouse believes that it has something to do with Hitler himself.
I'm so confused. I know there is something about With Hitler in the West but I cannot remember what is it!
Does anybody have an idea?