45 The available accounts of the 'important statement' of 4th February 1945 do not give details but only make reference to the concentration camp guards being hypnotized by Jews. To make clear the absurdity of Hess's hallucinations, a quotation from his notes on his stay in England has been referred to; see Rees, Case of Rudolf Hess. On the same page Hess also says that whatever had been asserted about the concentration camps had happened in reality to him and no one else; for it was 'typical for the Jews to claim that their enemies did what they did themselves'. Hess also traced back the building of the bridgehead at Remagen, on the Rhine, to the intrigues and hypnotic ingenuity of the Jews, which had influenced those German soldiers who were ordered to blow up the bridge.
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