[i] Roger Manvell and Heinrich Frankel, GOERING (Greenhill Books, 2005), 24.
[ii] Ibid., 22.
[iii] Ibid., 23.
[iv] A. Scott Berg, Lindbergh (New York: G. P. Putman’s Sons, 1998), 43.
[v] Manvell and Frankel, GOERING, 33-35.
[vi] Ibid, 36.
[vii] Ibid, 36-37.
[viii] The author speculates that the “red strips” are a reference to the red banners of the Communists.
[ix] Manvell and Frankel, GOERING, 39.
[x] Ibid, 40.
[xi] Ibid, 41.
[xii] Anna Maria Sigmund, Women of the Third Reich (NDE Publishing, 2000), 26
[xiii] Thomas Childers, A History of Hitler’s Empire, 2nd Edition (The Great Courses, 2001), 39-42.
[xiv] Manvell and Frankel, Goering, 45.
[xvii] Goering’s first wife, Carin, died in 1931. He married Emmy Sonnemann in 1935