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 (gĕr′ĭng, gûr′-, gœ′rĭng), Hermann Wilhelm
See Hermann Wilhelm Göring.


also Goe·ring  (gĕr′ĭng, gûr′-, gœ′rĭng), Hermann Wilhelm 1893-1946.
German Nazi politician and military leader who was responsible for the buildup of German air forces, directed the German wartime economy, and was named Hitler's successor (1939). Severely criticized for Germany's military decline, he lost favor with Hitler and was stripped of his command (1943). After he was convicted and sentenced to death at the Nuremberg trials (1946), he committed suicide.


(German ˈɡøːrɪŋ)
(Biography) See Göring


(ˈgɛər ɪŋ, ˈgɜr-)

Hermann Wilhelm, Göring, Hermann Wilhelm.
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Susan Goering knew she wanted to be a civil rights attorney when she heard Martin Luther King Jr.
Precisely 72 years ago today, on January 30, 1946, Charles Dubost, the Deputy Chief Prosecutor for the French Republic before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg, read into the record a document dated February 14, 1944, from Hermann Goering to Heinrich Himmler that read in relevant part:
1945: The Nuremberg War Crimes trial of Nazis, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess and Joachim von Ribbentrop, began.
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The directory, which possibly belonged to Adolf Hitler, includes contact details for SS monster Heinrich Himmler, Luftwaffe boss Hermann Goering and propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.
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His father, Goering, 62, was killed shortly after they were shot by guard Jonathan Sanchez on F.
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Goering was well-known for being overweight, and experts say the stains and fraying on the suit - which was originally believed to be a replica - prove that the suit is an original.
He also interrogated top Nazis including Heinrich Himmler and Hermann Goering and survived arrest by the SS, a torpedo attack and 11 plane crashes.
Patent 8,647,551 (February 11, 2014), "Process for Producing Moldings with an Increase in the Melt Stiffness," Andreas Dowe, Rainer Goering, Martin Himmelmann, Sonja Bollmann, Franz-Erich Baumann, and Roland Wursche (Evonik Degussa, Essen, Germany).
Passports of Hermann Goering, an aviator's watch, pictures of Hitler and silverware were among the items that were to go under the hammer.