Well-known fake, which made a lot of noise in
the press 80th of the XX century and successfully passed a series of initial tests. It was bought for 9 million West German marks from antiquarian Kuyau Conrad (aka Fisher) from Stuttgart and published by the "Stern" magazine.
Fake document claimed that a handwritten diaries of Adolf Hitler for the period of 1932-1945, including a separate notebook, allegedly revealing secret flight of Rudolf Hess to England. However, in reality "diaries" were written by Conrad Kuyau well-known hoaxer, and claim that they were allegedly found in the wreckage of German plane crashed near Dresden in April 1945 and then secretly conveyed to Germany from Democratic Republic of Germany. Eventually the diaries were proved as faked document.