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Newspaper Paper Doll of Hermann Goering Comparing Wife, Emmy Sonnemann to the beautiful Jewess Esther, nice of Mordecai. Sunday Mirror Magazine Section.London.1935
 Newspaper Paper Doll of Hermann Goering  Comparing Wife, Emmy Sonnemann to the beautiful Jewess Esther, nice of Mordecai. Sunday Mirror Magazine Section.London.1935


 
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Product Code: 290008363

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Sunday Mirror Magazine Section.London.  A two-page newspaper spread with an image from a photograph of Emmy Sonnemann, an illustration of Esther, Niece of Mordecai and Goring as a paper doll with five (5) Nazi and other costumes.  The editor's note indicates the Sunday Mirror had recently confirmed Gorings new wife was a Jewess.  The article begins by wishfully comparing Emmy to Esther who became the bride of King Ahasuerus causing him to cease the wholesale killing and beating of the Jews in the provinces from India to Ethiopia.  It goes on to reference how the paper determined her ancestry and implications and what she could do to possibly change the course of the world events.  Obviously to no avail.   The 6" paper doll in the image of  the uniform conscious Goering to dress in his uniforms.  The costumes include General of the Reichswehr, Officer of the Nazi Brown Shirts; complete with His Pet Lion Cub, a uniform Goering would wear on the Occasion of Nazi Behadings, a costume he once wore to an event dressed as the Wagnerian "Lohengrin" and another dressed as "Siegfried.  Unrelated content on reverse. Measures 15 3/4" x 23". . Emma Johanna Henny "Emmy" Goring (nee Sonnemann 24 March 1893 8 June 1973) was a German actress and the second wife of Luftwaffe Commander-in-Chief Hermann Goring. She served as Adolf Hitler's hostess at many state functions and thereby staked a claim to the title of "First Lady of the Third Reich".