Hess Sought Nazi-Ruled Europe

By ANN STRINGER, United Press Staff Correspondent  |  December 15 1945
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NUREMBERG, Dec. 15, 1945 (UP) -- Rudolf Hess flew to Scotland in 1941 with a peace proposal under which Germany would have had a free hand in all Europe and Britain would retain her empire virtually intact.

The United Press learned today that when he parachuted down in the United Kingdom on May 10, Hess carried a program which was made conditional on the ouster of the government of Winston Churchill.

Hess presented the proposal to the Duke of Hamilton, near whose home he landed, and a Foreign Office attach

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