By David Irving

Hermann Goring used to be Hitler's hand-picked successor, his modify ego, commander of the typhoon stroopers and the Luftwaffe, architect of the Gestapo, the focus camps and the big bombings of British civilian facilities. Irving has crafted a biography that captures the internal works of Nazi Germany.

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Irish wife. She was bored with life in general and her officer husband, Nils von Kantzow, in particular: She was eager for adventure and hungered for romance. It is not impossible that having noticed a prominently featured interview of Göring published in the Svenska Dagbladet two weeks before  he had commented on a recent airplane crash  she and Eric had actually plotted to arrange the aviator’s enforced sojourn at their castle. Whatever the origins of their meeting, Göring fell deeply in love with Carin von Fock.

This bloody fiasco had its origins in January . Since Germany was unable to pay reparations, France and Belgium sent in their armies to occupy the rich  .   Ruhr industrial region. Regular army officers in Berlin and Munich  men like the scar-faced army captain Ernst Röhm  itched to take action against the French and saw in the private political armies a reservoir of semi-trained military personnel. Fifteen days after the invasion of the Ruhr, Lieutenant General Otto von Lossow, the new army commander in Bavaria, granted Hitler his first interview, because Hitler’s SA “army” was by now one of the largest.

A change came over him when his father entered him at  .   one of Germany’s best officer-cadet schools, at Karlsruhe. He flourished like a failing plant newly placed in a window. He wore a crisp uniform, and when he visited the Graf sisters and his own sister Paula, who were attending finishing school nearby, he clicked his heels, presented their headmistress with flowers, and invited the girls to a local pastry shop, where he found he had no funds to pay. Hermann Göring with his mother (far left) and sisters Paula and Olga at Bad Tölz.

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