Monday, August 23, 2010

Goering’s List | Socyberty

by Lucas Dié 


When Hermann Goering’s younger brother Albert was interrogated by US army personnel in Augsburg, he handed them a list with 34 names. The list contained the names of 34 people whose life he had saved. The list was ignored as a fabrication for months.
William Hastings Burke’s Thirty Four was published by Evro. It tells the story of Albert Goering, the younger brother of Hermann Goering. Hermann told the US investigators that his brother was the exact opposite of himself, but that he wasn’t a bad chap for all that. Albert is the Goering whom history forgot.

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Goering’s List | Socyberty

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