But not to compare MPs who do not share them to Adolf Hitler and Herman Goering
As Herman Goering
explained, this consists of the idea that "authority is at the top and passed downward, and responsibility is at the bottom and passed upward" This is exactly how DHBs run, say the FFs.
Killing power: Luftwaffe planes were sent to 'crush' Britain by Herman Goering
(below), the commander of the German air force.
His passport was a personal order from Herman Goering
, head of the Luftwaffe.
A HUDDERSFIELD-born car dealer has unearthed Herman Goering
's favourite Mercedes.
And in defeat, the Luftwaffe lost 961 bombers, 879 fighters and 77 ancillary planes and subsequently, their commander Herman Goering
. A brilliant DVD telling the story of the Battle of Britain is yours for free when you order any of our great value offers shown.
Only well-known facts about Herman Goering
, such as his role as commander of the Luftwaffe, are mentioned in Bloodlines.
Heck cattle, imported to Devon from Germany, are the results of a selective breeding programme initially started by Herman Goering
, head of the Nazi Luftwaffe, as an attempt to recreate the ancient auroch cattle.
Unlike many of the surviving books, which contain inscriptions from fellow Nazis or admirers -- Heinrich Himmler, Herman Goering
, Leni Riefenstahl, to name a few -- this volume was has no inscription, suggesting that it was a private acquisition, thus making it all the more personal and relevant.
For example, the Swastika flag became the national flag of Germany in 1935, not 1933; Herman Goering
's notorious comment about reaching for his revolver when he heard the word "culture" was probably not intended to mean that "culture justified conquest"; Himmler, with his degree in agronomy, was of course not "[b]y far the best educated of the Nazi leaders"; the name R.
In addition to the records, Bates was a great after-dinner speaker and a fine marksman, who claimed that one of his guns had belonged to Herman Goering
At the Nuremburg Trials after WWII, Herman Goering
, Hitler's Reich Marshall, gave this testimony.
At the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, Herman Goering
, Hitler's Reich-Marshall, declared "Naturally, the common people don't want war, but after all, it is the leaders of a country who determine the policy, and it is always a simple matter to drag people along whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship, or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship.
In what one assumes is a humorous jape, executive producers credited include "Herman Goering
I felt more like Herman Goering
. It's not a look I'll be adopting on stage.'