Hermann Goering

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German politician in Nazi Germany who founded the Gestapo and mobilized Germany for war (1893-1946)

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He was at the liberation of the Belsen concentration camp and, because he was fluent in German, was asked by Allied commanders to interview Nazi leaders Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Goering and Irma Grese.
JUNE 30: Hermann Goering, head of the Luftwaffe, gives the order to draw the RAF into battle.
When no less than Hermann Goering, Hitler's Reichsmarschall, described the libretto shortly after the premiere as 'manure,' the production was closed after only a few performances, due to "other engagements" of the cast.
Nazi Luftwaffe commander Hermann Goering even spoke at his funeral.
The vainest Nazi of them all, Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, single-handedly stole 2000 works of art for his villa near Berlin.
BUTTONED into a white uniform tight as a second skin round his 24-stone body, Hermann Goering, commander of the German air force, was in high spirits as he addressed his senior officers.
Harry King participated in interviewing, among others, IMT defendant Hermann Goering.
The Australian documentary, Bloodlines, directed by Cynthia Connup, brings together Bettina Goering, the grandniece of Hermann Goering and Ruth Rich, the daughter of Holocaust survivors.
Dreyfus is critical to the movie's plot, for she resurfaces in Paris, four years after her family had been killed, as the owner of a cinema theatre where Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering are to attend the premiere of a Nazi propaganda film.
He stuck bravely by his Jewish wife and her family, the high regard in which he was held by Hitler and Hermann Goering saving the family from the Holocaust expressly on their orders.
While Misch did not divulge HitlerCOs favorite jokes ahead of the bookCOs publication, one joke that Hitler liked to tell was at the expense of his pompous Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering.
Historical records say that Hermann Goering offered the RAF free passage to deliver replacement legs to Bader after one of his prosthetic legs was lost when his Spitfire was shot down over Northern France.
Asking the Arabs to accept Blair as a man of peace is akin to having asked us to take Hermann Goering to our bosoms in 1945.
and Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who came over for a spot of peacetime horse racing at nearby Goodwood in July 1939.