DVD Video, 84 minutes
Stock Number: D119
The son of Hitler's faithful Deputy talks about the dramatic life and mysterious death of his father. Rudolf Hess' bold 1941 flight to Scotland seeking to end World War II resulted in 46 years of imprisonment, until his death in 1987. His fate as the 20th century's Prisoner of Peace points up the vindictiveness and hypocrisy of the Nuremberg Tribunal. Here his son argues persuasively that Hess was murdered at the hands of British captors. With introduction by Mark Weber.