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Details of WWII Nazi-Britain peace talks unearthed, at auction for $300,000

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Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets,Germany,United Kingdom,History
The fullest accounting ever of Nazi deputy fuhrer Rudolph Hess’ secret mission to cut a peace deal with Britain near the start of World War II has been uncovered, a collection of handwritten notes by Hess--including a pocket-size peace proposal--that’s about to hit the auction block. Maryland-based Alexander Historical Auctions calls the documents “perhaps the most important wartime archive to...