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THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: GOERING (Black/White, 1957, 22 Minutes)
Walter Cronkite narrates this journey through the failed life of World War I hero Hermann Goering, a man grown fat on his excesses and the object of derision by the very people he bullied and charmed into popularizing him.
MEN IN CRISIS: CHURCHILL VS. GOERING (Black/White, 23 Minutes)
Edmund O'Brien narrates an installment of the definitive "opponent vs opponent" documentary series which explores the decisive confrontation between the chief of the German Luftwaffe, Air Marshal Herman Goering, and the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill for air supremacy over England and the crushing of British defenses in preparation for a thwarted invasion.
BIOGRAPHY (CBS): GOEBBELS (Black/White, 1963, 21 Minutes)
Mike Wallace exposition of "The Poison Dwarf" Dr. Joseph Goebbels, whose personal inadequacies become the stuff of propagandized myth and dominated the imaginative life of the German people.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: GOEBBELS (Black/White, 1957, 22 Minutes)
Cronkite's treatment of Goebbels, aided by the psychological insights of historian H. R. Trevor-Roper.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: HESS (Black/White, 1957, 22 Minutes)
Cronkite returns to attempt to demystify the bewildering peacemaking attempts of Hitler's old comrade-in-arms and personal secretary Rudolf Hess, whom Goering referred to at the Nuremberg Trials as "a fruitcake".
Henchman: Members of the SS, Nazi Party leaders or any of Adolf Hitler's staff are often called "Hitler's Henchmen". A henchman, or "hencher", is a loyal employee, supporter, or aide to some powerful figure engaged in nefarious or criminal enterprises. A henchman is typically relatively unimportant in the organization, a minion, whose value lies primarily in their unquestioning loyalty to their leader. The term henchman is often used derisively (even comically) to refer to an individual of low status who lacks any moral compass of their own. The term henchman originally referred to one who attended a horse for his employer, that is, a horse groom. Hence, like constable and marshal, also originally stable staff, henchman became the title of a subordinate official in a royal court or noble household. Most often, the phrase "Hitler's Henchman" refers to Hitler's immediate subordinates in the Nazi Party: Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Goering, Joseph Goebbels, Martin Bormann, Albert Speer and Rudolf Hess.