Hermann Goering

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Noun1.Hermann Goering - German politician in Nazi Germany who founded the Gestapo and mobilized Germany for war (1893-1946)Hermann Goering - German politician in Nazi Germany who founded the Gestapo and mobilized Germany for war (1893-1946)
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In the case of Hermann Goering, who killed himself before being hanged as a war criminal in 1946.
AWATERLOO hero, Hermann Goering's wife, William of Orange and Regency monarch Queen Anne have one thing in common - Birmingham's Derek and Nicola Cawser.
How did the Nazi Hermann Goering finally meet his death in 1946?
| 1945: The Nuremberg War Crimes trial of Nazis, including Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, and Joachim von Ribbentrop, began.
Some 21 Nazi leaders, including Hermann Goering and Rudolf Hess, were put in the dock at an international military tribunal in 1945-1946, known as the Nuremburg trials, but the West German justice system did little to bring further prosecutions.
Setting the tone in the first parliamentary session, AfD parliamentary group chief Bernd Baumann said "a new era begins now", and promptly sparked a row with an erroneous historical remark about notorious Nazi Hermann Goering. Since then, the once consensus-driven mood in the glass-domed Bundestag has given way to fierce debates peppered with taunts and calls to order.
Hermann Goering, one of the most powerful figures among the National Socialists, explained what this principle means for women: They must, he said, "take hold of the frying pan, dustpan and broom and marry a man." (1)
A SILVER-bound copy of Hitler's autobiography Mein Kampf which he gave to Hermann Goering is expected to sell for PS4,000.
The audience also will hear about new squadron leaders, like Hermann Goering, who followed the WWI aces and facilitated the rise of the Nazis.
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:
Synopsis: In "Girl in a Big Brass Bed", Lobbe wants his painting back after Hermann Goering had confiscated it when the Nazis raided Rotterdam.
To take part in the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics he undertook a 10-day ship and train journey, while at the 1936 Berlin Games he met Nazi leaders Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering.