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  • ISBN 0851270042
  • ISBN13 978-0851270043
  • Language English
  • Author Emmy Goering
  • Publisher David Bruce & Watson Ltd. (March 28, 1972)
  • Pages 248
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  • Category Biography
  • Size ePub 1736 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Hardcover. No DJ. Ex-College Library with library card on front blank end paper and the small remnant of a sticker on spine. Pages are clean and unmarked except for a couple pages with light stain. Page edges have some smudge marks. Covers show light edge wear with rubbing. Binding is tight, hinges strong. Book slightly shelf-cocked.

Emma Johanna Henny "Emmy" Göring (née Sonnemann; 24 March 1893 – 8 June 1973) was a German actress and the second wife of Luftwaffe Commander-in-Chief Hermann Göring.

Emma Johanna Henny "Emmy" Göring (née Sonnemann; 24 March 1893 – 8 June 1973) was a German actress and the second wife of Luftwaffe Commander-in-Chief Hermann Göring. She served as Adolf Hitler's hostess at many state functions and thereby staked a claim to the title of "First Lady of the Third Reich". She was born Emma Sonnemann in Hamburg, Germany on 24 March 1893 to a wealthy salesman. After schooling, she became an actress at the National Theatre in Weimar.

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Published by David Bruce & Watson, London (1972).

Emmy Göring served as Hitler's hostess at many state functions prior to World War I. She wrote an autobiography, An der Seite meines Mannes (1967), published in English as My Life with Goering in 1972.

Emmy Göring served as Hitler's hostess at many state functions prior to World War II. This and her claim to be the "First Lady of the Third Reich" created much animosity between herself and Hitler's mistress, Eva Braun, whom she snubbed and openly despised. She died in Munich in 1973. Emmy Göring is caricatured as the character "Lotte Lindenthal" in Klaus Mann's novel Mephisto: Roman einer Karriere (1936). Selected filmography. Nerin E. Gun, Eva Braun (Coronet Books: 1968), p. 127.

Göring’s one-of-a-kind car, a gray Mercedes with scarlet seats, was given to him by Hitler during the spring of 1931. My Life With Goering. London: David Bruce & Watson Lt. 1972. In 1935, Göring married an actress, Emmy Sonnemann, in a lavish ceremony. Hitler served as the best man. During World War Two, Göring commanded the Luftwaffe, or air force. Their initial successes were so stunning that Hitler rewarded Göring with the title of Reich Marshal. Göring eventually became the second most powerful man in Nazi Germany. After Germany’s surrender, he gave himself up to the Allies.

Edda Göring and her mother, Emmy Göring, receive a handwritten . Emmy Göring was a genuinely gracious woman with a naive charm.

Edda Göring and her mother, Emmy Göring, receive a handwritten letter from Hermann Göring in his death cell at Nürnberg; September 26th, 1946. Edda is the only daughter of Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring and Emmy Göring. Before married, Emmy (birth name Emma Johanna Henny Sonnemann) had been an actress. Edda was born in 2 June 1938 and grew up in Berlin. In Posner’s book Edda was quoted as saying, My only memories of him are such loving ones, I cannot see him any other way. I actually expect that most everybody has a favorable opinion of my father, except maybe in America.

ISBN13:9780851270043.

Goering was a larger-than-life narcissistic psychopath, the diagnosis and label given him by the American psychologist Gustave Gilbert

Goering was a larger-than-life narcissistic psychopath, the diagnosis and label given him by the American psychologist Gustave Gilbert. Knowing this, it is easier to understand how a man lacking any semblance of empathy could so easily ignore the death,destruction, and appalling human suffering around himself. Nazism is a manifestation of human nature, and is known by other names in different countries across the globe.

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Voodoogore
Sheds a different light on top Nazi Hermann Goëring. Emmy is a classy woman with a seemingly good, faithful relationship with her husband (unlike some other Nazi officials) and shares interesting stories about the Nazi inner circle (such as one Christmas when Hitler gifted a poor couple a new furnished apartment). Not a lot of insight on Himmler, Bormann, or Goebbels as Goering wasn't close with any of them. She does write about her attitude towards Jews as well as her husband's, who she claims wasn't aware of the full extent of what was happening to them. Pretty quick and easy read. Would recommend for anyone interested in the Nazi party.
Original
Interesting remembrances from a woman who was positioned to meet and know many interesting historical persons in a very turbulent era. Of course, the author continually professed her love for her doomed husband and also lost no occasion to remind the reader of all the Jewish persons she had attempted to aid during the war. Still and all there are some valuable private comments recorded here from her husband that shed some light on this exceedingly dark period of 20th century history. This is a valuable book indeed.
Zetadda
That's what Hitler told Frau Emmy Goering that she was.

I am very grateful for having found a copy of this book in English.

Emmy was already an accomplished actress in the German theater when she met Hermann Goering, who was a widower. She tells the story of their meeting and courtship.

Her record of private conversations with both Goering and Hitler at critical moments during WWII is invaluable; particularly Goering's reaction in conversation with her, at home, to well-known public incidents or conflicts with Hitler.

Highly recommended.