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Hitler's deputy 'was losing his mind'

In 1941 Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess parachuted into Scotland, apparently on a mission to try to end the war, where he was caught and questioned.

Stephen McGinty, author of a new book on that interrogation called Camp Z: The Secret Life of Rudolph Hess, and Clive Fairweather, who was second in command of the SAS squad who guarded Hess, discuss the significance of those events.

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