Hermann Goring's 1935 Photo Album: A Contradiction of Humanity
Hermann Goring'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 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 Goring as a special gift. The pictures have never been published before and are of Reichsmarschall Goring 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 Goring, 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!
- Paperback | 88 pages
- 208 x 274 x 10mm | 281.23g
- 05 Nov 2009
- London, United Kingdom