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Nazi leader Hermann Göring, the right hand man of Adolf Hitler, collected jewelry, art and other precious objects looted from Jews during the Holocaust.
Göring c. 1934.
Göring in 1907, at about age 14.
Göring in 1932, wearing the Pour le Mérite.
Hermann Goring with a lion cub.
Göring (left) stands in front of Hitler at a Nazi rally in Nuremberg (c. 1928).
Göring in Berlin, 1937.
The architects of the purge: Hitler, Göring, Goebbels, and Hess. Only Himmler and Heydrich are missing.
Schirach (right) with Hitler, Bormann and Göring at the Obersalzberg.
Bouhler with Adolf Hitler, Baldur von Schirach, Joseph Goebbels and Hermann Göring; Munich, October 1938.
Hitler and Goring.
Adolf Hitler awards Hanna Reitsch the Iron Cross 2nd Class in March 1941.
Hitler, President of the Croatian Independent State Ante Pavelic and Hermann Goering in Tyskland, 1941.
Hitler meeting Reich Commissioner Robert Ley, automotive engineer Ferdinand Porsche and Reichsminister Hermann Göring at the Wolfschanze in 1942.
Göring with Adolf Hitler and Albert Speer, 10 August 1943.
The Führer, Adolf Hitler, nursing a sore arm after an attempt on his life on July 20, 1944. With him are (from left) Wilhelm Keitel, armed forces chief of staff; Hermann Göring, air force commander in chief; and Martin Bormann, Hitler’s personal secretary.
Hermann Göring speaking at Lent’s funeral.
Herman Goring inspecting the Wolf’s Lair conference room soon after the explosion.
Eddy and Edda at Nuremburg for the trials.
Göring (first row, far left) at the Nuremberg Trials.
Göring at the Nuremberg Trials.
Some of the defendants at Nuremberg. Front row, from left to right: Hermann Göring, Rudolf Hess, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Wilhelm Keitel. Back row from left to right: Karl Döwnitz, Erich Raeder, Baldur von Schirach, Fritz Sauckel, Alfred Jodl.
War minister and OKW commander Werner von Blomberg followed by the three armed forces chiefs inspects a parade in honor of his 1937 birthday.
In the first row from left to right: Hanns Oberlindober , Fedor von Bock , Erhard Milch , Heinrich Himmler , Karl Doenitz , Wilhelm Keitel, Hermann Goering and Adolf Hitler at the Memorial Day on March 21, 1943 in the Zeughaus Berlin .
Goering as General of the Infantry.
Memory corner of Hermann Goering for his deceased wife Carin in his Berlin apartment.
The wedding with Emmy.
Hermann Göring in a DLV uniform, u. a. with the sports wreath of the Ring of the National Motor and Aviation Movement (RKL) in gold (left), ca. 1935.
Goering on May 10, 1945, one day after his capture by the Americans of the 36th Infantry Division.
Adolf Hitler with Hermann Goering.
Hermann Goering in Carinhall.
Brothers Hermann and Albert Göring.
Hitler visiting Berlin defenders in early April 1945 with Hermann Göring, and the Chief of the OKW Field Marshal Keitel (partially hidden).
Memorial march on November 9, 1935, from Bürgerbräukeller to Feldherrnhalle in Munich; from right: Richard Kolb ✠ , Hermann Kriebel , Ulrich Graf , Adolf Hitler , Hermann Göring and Dr. med. Friedrich Weber . Jakob Grimminger carries the blood flag .
Bruno Loerzer (left), Galland (right) and Hermann Göring (centre), September 1940.
Kesselring (left), with his chief of staff, Wilhelm Speidel (centre), and Hermann Göring (right) – 1940.
Hitler in conversation with Ernst Hanfstaengl and Hermann Göring, 21 June 1932.
From left: Walther Wever, Erhard Milk, Hermann Goering, Karl-Heinrich Bodenschatz, and Albert Kesselring at the topping-out ceremony of the Reich Aviation Ministry on October 12, 1935.
Funeral service for the Chief of the General Staff of the Air Force Lieutenant General Wever in the Court of Honor of the Reich Aviation Ministry, June 6, 1936; From right to left: The Commander in Chief of the Wehrmacht Field Marshal von Blomberg, Hitler, and the Commander in Chief of the Air Force Colonel General Goering next to the widow and her two sons Günther and Walther W., both in the uniform of Hitler Youth.
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