Why the British Are Hiding Information About Rudolf Hess.
The Russian scholar, Andrei Fursov, explains in this video the reason why the British authorities insisted to keep Rudolf Hess’s files classified until 2050. His theory is that Hess was indeed negotiating with the United Kingdom. On June 14th 1941, Hitler suspended the transfer of forces from the western front to the Soviet border. Meanwhile, the negotiations were progressing and the royal air force had even planned a raid on Soviet targets. However, the deployment of the German forces at the Soviet border resumed four days later, on June 18th 1941. Mr. Fursov claims that the negotiations failed after the US threatened UK to confiscate all of its gold if they agree to stop the war.