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Goering
Author: Richard Overy
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 1848859325
Pages: 311
Year: 2012-01-31
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Originally published: Goering, the "iron man" / Richard Overy. Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984.
Goering
Author: Asher Lee
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 256
Year: 1972
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My life with Goering
Author: Emmy Göring
Publisher: David Bruce & Watson Ltd.
ISBN:
Pages: 168
Year: 1972
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Goering
Author: Roger Manvell, Heinrich Fraenkel
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1616081090
Pages: 442
Year: 2011-01-01
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Originally published: New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962.
Goering
Author: Willi Frischauer
Publisher: Unmaterial Books
ISBN: 1783012218
Pages: 227
Year: 2013-10-01
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Willi Frischauer's brilliant study of Goering first appeared in 1950. His analysis of this complex personality revealed the inner story of the “Nazi Nero,” based on unrivalled access to the people close to Goering – his widow, his personal valet, his closest friend and his Chief of Staff – as well as expert knowledge of the Nazi regime.
Beyond the dreams of avarice
Author: Nancy H. Yeide
Publisher:
ISBN: 0977434915
Pages: 518
Year: 2009-03-01
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Goering and Goering
Author: James Wyllie
Publisher: History PressLtd
ISBN: 0752456482
Pages: 246
Year: 2010
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Originally published under title: The warlord and the renegade. Stroud: Sutton, 2006.
Goering and Goering
Author: James Wyllie
Publisher: The History Press
ISBN: 0752468146
Pages: 252
Year: 2011-09-30
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The true story of the Goering brothers—one a Nazi war criminal; the other an anti-Nazi resistance fighter They were the most unlikely siblings—one, Adolf Hitler’s most trusted henchman, the other a fervent anti-Nazi. Hermann Goering was a founding member of the Nazi Party who became commander of the Luftwaffe, ordering the terror bombing of civilians and prompting the use of slave labor in his factories. His brother, Albert, loathed Hitler’s regime and saved hundreds—possibly thousands—from Nazi persecution. Here, for the first time, James Wyllie brings Albert out of the shadows and explores the extraordinary relationship of the Goering brothers. Albert deferred to Hermann as head of the family but spent nearly a decade working against his brother’s regime. If he had been anyone else, he would have been imprisoned or executed. Despite their extreme and differing beliefs, Hermann sheltered his brother from prosecution and they remained close throughout the war. This is a powerful story of how Nazi Germany divided families and the legacy Hermann Goering left behind.
Goering
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Publisher: Barnes & Noble Publishing
ISBN: 0760735301
Pages: 310
Year: 2003
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Goering's List
Author: J. C. Pollock
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 0440205190
Pages: 432
Year: 1995-11-05
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Almost fifty years after World War II, the art collectors who own the spoils of Nazi plunder are targeted by a ruthless international terrorist, and CIA counterterrorist Micke Semko begins a deadly game of cat and mouse. Reprint.
Goering Cross Examined
Author: Jacqueline George
Publisher: Q~Press
ISBN: 0992455731
Pages: 220
Year: 2014-07-13
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When Field Marshall Hermann Goering, Deputy Führer and commander of the Luftwaffe, appeared before the Nuremburg Tribunal in 1946 to answer for his crimes, the world was watching. Much of Europe had directly suffered through the war that he and the Nazi system had brought to the continent, and now he would have to answer for his crimes. On the other hand, Germany was full of Nazis who had been defeated but did not feel any part of the guilt for those terrible events. Would Goering be able to stand up for them, and give them hope for the future? Goering proved to be intelligent and resourceful, a natural leader who dominated the other defendants at the trial and showed no self-doubt at all. The evidence he gave on his own behalf made the unthinkable seem reasonable, the normal reaction of a government and country under threat from outside forces. He denied all knowledge of war crimes, and the crimes against humanity that were now being uncovered. Only cross-examination by American and British prosecutors could force him to admit his complicity, but Goering was far too clever to be pinned down easily. Here, in the actual words spoken by the three adversaries, is the story of the American prosecutor Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson and his British colleague Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe fighting to bring the true story of Goering’s crimes into the light. Using complete court transcripts, with commentaries on each session, this book allows the reader to follow the battle day by day. All three men, and especially Goering, jump from the pages in the words they used seventy years ago. This is Goering from a different angle, seen not through his deeds but as you might see him at a town hall meeting. He is talkative and charismatic, even when on trial for his life and with the ruins of the Third Reich around him. His trial is followed through to the end, and the book has an Epilogue from his fellow defendant Albert Speer. "This very readable book brings together the many strands of the Goering war crimes trial in a way that allows the interested but legally challenged reader to appreciate the hubris and depravity of the Reich's Deputy Führer. The reader is left with the impression that Goering, throughout his trial, believed in the righteousness of the Nazi Cause and was surprised and disappointed in the final outcome. Goering's testimony to the Tribunal is both chilling and a fitting final testimony to the Nazi era." ~ Charles Gillman-Wells
Memoirs of Rev. Jacob Goering, Rev. George Lochman, D.D., and Rev. Benjamin Kurtz, D.D., LL.D.
Author: Charles Augustus Hay
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Pages: 211
Year: 1887
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Hermann Goering: Blumenkrieg, from Vienna to Prague 1938-39
Author: Blaine Taylor
Publisher:
ISBN: 1625450362
Pages: 319
Year: 2018-01-19
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This volume reveals Hermann Goering's full role in forcing the Allies of World War I to back down repeatedly as he and Hitler bloodlessly occupied Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Memel during 1938-39. In addition, the Luftwaffe's vaunted Legion Kondor helped win the Spanish Civil War, with air experience gained.
Goering's Gold
Author: Arnold Beckhardt
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595487688
Pages: 256
Year: 2008-04
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At the end of World War II, a Luftwaffe hero flies a final mission for Reich Marshall Herman Goering. He delivers gold bars to the organizer of an escape route for war criminals from Germany, called the 'rat line'. Roy Neely, retired FBI psychologist, ex Air Force Vietnam fighter-bomber pilot, with a new career as a Flight Instructor, is faced with a real challenge: how, after fifty-two years later, to expose the financing of this activity. Neely enlists friends Eric Holloway from the CIA and Jacob Nervat from the Israeli Mossad to help with the investigation. After many twists and turns this leads to a treasure hunt for Goering's Gold.
Thank You Hermann Goering
Author: Brian Scovell
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445612488
Pages: 288
Year: 2010-10-15
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The entertaining and hugely readable autobiography of one of sports journalism's most famous names

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