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Germany Reborn By Hermann Göring
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This book, written by the man who would ultimately become Adolf Hitler's deputy, was one of the first attempts to explain the National Socialist revolution to non-Germans. Goering, who was... More > simultaneously Minister of the Interior for Prussia, president of the Reichstag, and Reich Commissioner of Aviation, was a famous figure in the Anglo-Saxon world because of his leadership of the "Flying Circus" World War I fighter squadron. He starts out by briefly but skillfully sketching out the background to the coming of power of the NSDAP, from the time of the end of the First World War, through the tumultuous Communist uprisings to the breathtaking political struggle of Hitler in ultimately gaining power against all the odds. Along the way, Goering openly addresses many of the burning issues of the time-from Jewish Communism and cultural subversion to practical economics.< Less
Hermann Göring’s 1935 Photo Album: A Contradiction of Humanity By Neal Fortner
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Hermann Göring’s 1935 Photo Album: A Contradiction of Humanity is a distinctive personal collection of over one hundred black and white photographs for the Third Reich’s second in... More > command and Adolph Hitler’s successor. The snapshots were assembled into a photo album by Doctor Lutz Heck, a zoologist, and director of the Berlin Zoo. He presented the album to Göring as a special gift. The pictures have never been published before and are of Reichsmarschall Göring with his family, friends, Nazi cohorts, the pet lion cubs, and the animals he loved to hunt. Some of the photos divulge his private life with his new wife, Emma Sonnemann Göring, at his home in Obersalzberg, Berchtesgaden. Other pictures disclose his hunting excursions in the Bavarian Alps and Springe, Germany. They are all a unique time capsule from the year 1935 depicting what appears to be a life of normalcy when ironically, the man of contradiction contributed to the inhumanity of Nazi Germany!< Less
REICHSMARSCHALL HERMANN GÖRING WERKE und die Me 262, Hitlers geheime Untergrundanlage By Claus Reuter
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Die Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring Werke, kurz Reimahg genannt, wurde 1944 aus einem alten Sandabbau-Betrieb in den Walpersberg vorgetrieben. Hier sollte zuerst vor alliierten Bombenangriffen... More > geschützt, die Fw 190 produziert werden. Bevor die Grossproduktion der Fw 190 anlief wurde die Entscheidung getroffen die Me 262 herzustellen. Es wird auch beschrieben wer hinter der Entscheidung stand zuerst den sogenannten Blitzbomber zu bauen.< Less
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Projekt Half Light By Kyle R. Fisher
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Colin Studebaker is no FBI agent; he’s just an engineer who works on their surveillance equipment. After a seemingly random encounter with a beautiful blond, he finds that gun-wielding thugs... More > are chasing them through the streets of Washington D.C. But this was no random encounter. She’s a Private Investigator hired to find Gary Jackson, a Senior Policy Advisor with FEMA who disappeared three weeks earlier. As one of the last people to speak to Gary, she sought Colin out for clues to Gary’s whereabouts. In their desperate search, pursued by both sides of the law, they stumble upon a yellowed Nazi document from WWII entitled Projekt Half Light, signed by Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring himself. Is this decades old document a clue to finding Gary Jackson or the beginning of a much larger problem?< Less
A Fiddle of Rogues By Rob Hamilton
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France. September 1940. The Lime Street Irregulars are back. This time Churchill, advised by Charles de Gaulle, sends the inept Scouse criminals into occupied France to rescue the Mona Lisa. But... More > there are several unanswered questions. Why is this painting now so important to the Allies? And why is Hermann Göring so interested in it? Deep into occcupied France they rescue a fifteen-year-old boy from the Germans. But is he what he seems to be? And how do the Gestapo appear to know their every move? Only when they get their hands on the Mona Lisa do they realise they have been set up. Have they been double crossed by Churchill and De Gaulle? And if they have what can they do about it? It's a certainty they'll think of something. And, of course, they do. But the Allies are not going to like it.And neither are are the Germans... 264 Pages< Less

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