Rudolf Hess - why was he held in Captivity - 1941-1987 for so long?

The Field Marshal

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Which is what I said in post #186.

Arguably so. It would have needed Four-Power agreement. I'm dealing here with provable historical facts, not with the 'what-ifs' of alternative history.

Not so. Hess was guilty on two charges. Beyond that twenty-four were on the original charge list, twenty-one were charged, of whom three were acquitted: Schacht, von Papen and Hans Frische.
Nuremburg was a shabby victors show trial intent on revenge.

It studiously avoided placing Britain the true actual culprit for causing WW2 on trial.
 
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