Alfred Rosenberg Shaking Hands with Hermann Goering - U430302ACME - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. Original caption:Goering, Rosenberg Have Birthday Together. Berlin, Germany: Nazi social amenities were unusual cordial during the double birthday celebration of Reichsleader Alfred Rosenberg (left) and General Goering, Hitler's right-hand man. The two are pictured above at Goering's home in Berlin as they exchanged congratulations. Each was 45 years old. January 25, 1938
Herman Goering is escorted by an American serviceman following his capture. The original caption [partially blurred] reads "Falstaff Goering is as ugly as he looks. [Note the] sickeningly ingratiating smile -- It won't save him."
Adolf Hitler with his trusted driver Erich Kempka in an undated photo in Rastenburg. Kempka joined Hitler's personal SS guard in 1932 and was there until the very last day. After the war he wrote his memoirs that sold several editions. In Nuremberg, Kempka was the only one to testify that he saw Martin Bormann getting killed by an exploding shell.