The Albert Göring file
by Véronique Lhorme
Unidad Perú: Kôn Sud
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Imprisoned by the US Army on May 10, 1945, two days after the surrender of Nazi Germany, Albert Göring underwent an interrogation in which he wrote a list of 34 names. Those of 34 people, opponents of Hitler's regime and especially of the Jews, whom he saved from the deportation. Albert Göring is none other than the younger brother of Hermann Göring, number two of the Nazi regime and right arm of the Führer who actively worked for the establishment of the Holocaust.