As they shook hands and sat down across from each other in the stark office, Rufus knew that history was being made….
Lukin “Rufus” Johnston had become the first Canadian journalist to interview Hitler. Then he disappeared.
Eighty-one years later, Colin Castle (Rufus’s grandson-in law) has written a book about his life. He spoke to CBC1 Radio West’s Jacquie Czernin about the mystery that surrounded his death.
Listen to the interview here.
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