The younger brother of Hermann Goering, Albert Goering, loathed all of Nazism’s inhumanity and at the risk of his career, fortune and life, used his name and connections to save many Jews and gentiles.
The story of Albert Goering, however, is almost unknown - he was shoved into obscurity by the enormity of his brother’s crimes.

Thanks to Steven Spielberg’s epic Schindler’s List millions learned - or were reminded - that there were people during World War II who risked their lives to save Jews. In that dark chapter in human history there was perhaps no greater example than Raoul Wallenberg.

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