Monday 10 May 2021

2.00pm – 3.15pm

Online

Free event

Brokering peace with Britain

Panel cut from the wreckage of Hess' aircraft.
© IWM EPH 9433

Brokering peace with Britain

On 10 May 1941, Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess flew solo to Scotland to try to broker peace with Britain. Hear more about this extraordinary incident 80 years on, in a talk and Q&A with German researcher Katherine Quinlan-Flatter and British historian Linda Parker.  

This event is run by the War and Conflict Subject Specialist Network, managed by Imperial War Museums. The SSN is open to not-for-profit organisations and individuals who look at stories linked to conflict, from the First World War to the present day. We offer free resource packs, regular enews updates, online events and ways to collaborate with other members - click here for further details.

 

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