Hermann Goring

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Noun1.Hermann Goring - German politician in Nazi Germany who founded the Gestapo and mobilized Germany for war (1893-1946)Hermann Goring - German politician in Nazi Germany who founded the Gestapo and mobilized Germany for war (1893-1946)
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Van Meegeren's artistic duplicity might never have come to light except that in the aftermath of the Second World War he was accused by the Dutch authorities of collaboration with the Nazis, specifically of selling a Vermeer to the Third Reich's Hermann Goring.
It seems Frank and his political allies, including Hermann Goring, remained a step behind Hitler's adamant condemnation of Poles and Polish culture.
In Namibia the feisty, smart and sassy lady returns to tackle the bizarre sighting of Reichsmarshall Hermann Goring (supposedly deceased four years previously when he committed suicide during the Nuremberg Trials).
It really is inappropriate to turn up for your first day as headmaster dressed as Hermann Goring.
So, news of the death of this seemingly invincible man - who also witnesses the liberation of Bergen Belsen, interrogated Hermann Goring, plundered German air treasure and sang with Glenn Miller's band - was hard to bear before the fruits of their labour were complete.
They use whatever means necessary to cross Germany--subduing Nazi soldiers to take their uniforms for use as disguises, sneaking aboard the private railroad car of Adolf Hitler's deputy Hermann Goring for a trip to Berlin, and generally dealing in the kind of derring-do that requires some willing suspension of disbelief from the audience.
Hermann Goring gave written authorisation to Heydrich to submit plans for, "a total solution to the Jewish question," in territories under German control.
Hopefully, however, they will not really believe that Jack Pickersgill at the age of 52 looked "like a young Hermann Goring," especially considering that the real Goring died at 53.
It was thought to be an SC1000 - nicknamed Hermann by the Germans after their Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goring - and would have been dropped with the aim of destroying the munitions factory which stood on the site during the war.
In this discussion, the Reichswerke Hermann Goring (HGW), a state-owned firm called into being in 1937 primarily to carry out the smelting of German low-grade iron ore, has occupied a prominent place.
The stunning diamond necklace Adele wore in the portrait was taken by Hermann Goring, head of the Luftwaffe, and paraded in public by his wife Emmy at luxurious Nazi parties.
Her performance as Tatiana in Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin became her final role in Vienna due to harassment by Nazi official Hermann Goring, who pressured Lehmann to sign a contract with the Berlin Opera that would require her to sing exclusively in Germany.