Hermann Göring was born on January 12, 1893, in Rosenheim and died on October 15, 1946, in Nuremberg. He was a politician and aircraft pilot who held citizenship in Nazi Germany and the German Empire. Göring was educated at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Göring was the founder of Haupttreuhandstelle Ost and owned several properties, including Carinhall, Reichsjägerhof Rominten, and Saint Catherine school. He was the father of Edda Göring and son of Heinrich Ernst Göring.