Finally, in April 1941 Hauzhofer reported that the British gave the green light. Hess immediately began to gather in the street. Procured a map, get directions, and completing urgent business, Hess took the letter to Hitler. It was not a very simple matter: it without saying anything, I had to say everything, and at the same time does not cast a shadow on the Fuhrer. In the end he wrote. "My Fuhrer, when you receive this letter, I'll be in England. As you know, I am in constant contact with the important people in England, Ireland and Scotland. All they know is that I was always a supporter of the Anglo-German alliance ... But the negotiations will be difficult. In order to convince the leaders of the English, it is important that I personally arrived in England. I reach the new Munich, but this can not be done at a distance. I have prepared all the best to my trip culminated in the best way. Allow me to act. "
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