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Pic shows: Bettina Goering at her current home in Thailand. A relative of Nazi bigwig Herman Goering has said she is so ashamed of the Nazi blood that runs through her veins that she sterilised herself to make sure no more Goerings would roam the earth. Bettina Goering, 56, is the grandniece of Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who as vice-Chancellor under Adolf Hitler was both figuratively and literally a heavyweight inside the Nazi party. Known for his chubby figure and love of art, Goering committed suicide with a cyanide capsule during the Nuremberg trials one night before he was set to be hanged in 1946. Goering's grand niece Bettina only realised in 1967 at the age of 11 her dark family history when she watched a documentary about the liberation of Auschwitz. She knew that her granduncle was a well-known war criminal, but that day she realised for the first time the true extents of the Nazi crimes and has been ashamed of her last name ever since. At the age of 13 she fled from home. Six years later she escaped to South America, and after living for years in India and the US, she now calls Thailand her home. Bettina said in a documentary by German public broadcaster ZDF ("Children of Evil") that she even got admitted into a psychiatric hospital for schizophrenia. She even decided to sterilise herself to make sure that she would "not put another Goering in this world". According to Bettina, her granduncle was "vain, greedy, megalomaniac and morphine-addicted". She said that Hermann Goering was however also known as a loving family man who came to the aid of any relative needing help. It made her battle for her entire life over how to deal with her image of Goering the war criminal and Goering as the good uncle ??" something she still has not managed to deal with entirely. One year ago Bettina even wrote a book about her life called "The good uncle ??" my damned German heritage." She said that Hermann Goering once gave all his nephews an expensive wat
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Pic shows: Bettina Goering at her current home in Thailand. A relative of Nazi bigwig Herman Goering has said she is so ashamed of the Nazi blood that runs through her veins that she sterilised herself to make sure no more Goerings would roam the earth. Bettina Goering, 56, is the grandniece of Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who as vice-Chancellor under Adolf Hitler was both figuratively and literally a heavyweight inside the Nazi party. Known for his chubby figure and love of art, Goering committed suicide with a cyanide capsule during the Nuremberg trials one night before he was set to be hanged in 1946. Goering's grand niece Bettina only realised in 1967 at the age of 11 her dark family history when she watched a documentary about the liberation of Auschwitz. She knew that her granduncle was a well-known war criminal, but that day she realised for the first time the true extents of the Nazi crimes and has been ashamed of her last name ever since. At the age of 13 she fled from home. Six years later she escaped to South America, and after living for years in India and the US, she now calls Thailand her home. Bettina said in a documentary by German public broadcaster ZDF ("Children of Evil") that she even got admitted into a psychiatric hospital for schizophrenia. She even decided to sterilise herself to make sure that she would "not put another Goering in this world". According to Bettina, her granduncle was "vain, greedy, megalomaniac and morphine-addicted". She said that Hermann Goering was however also known as a loving family man who came to the aid of any relative needing help. It made her battle for her entire life over how to deal with her image of Goering the war criminal and Goering as the good uncle ??" something she still has not managed to deal with entirely. One year ago Bettina even wrote a book about her life called "The good uncle ??" my damned German heritage." She said that Hermann Goering once gave all his nephews an expensive wat
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Pic shows: Bettina Goering at her current home in Thailand. A relative of Nazi bigwig Herman Goering has said she is so ashamed of the Nazi blood that runs through her veins that she sterilised herself to make sure no more Goerings would roam the earth. Bettina Goering, 56, is the grandniece of Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who as vice-Chancellor under Adolf Hitler was both figuratively and literally a heavyweight inside the Nazi party. Known for his chubby figure and love of art, Goering committed suicide with a cyanide capsule during the Nuremberg trials one night before he was set to be hanged in 1946. Goering's grand niece Bettina only realised in 1967 at the age of 11 her dark family history when she watched a documentary about the liberation of Auschwitz. She knew that her granduncle was a well-known war criminal, but that day she realised for the first time the true extents of the Nazi crimes and has been ashamed of her last name ever since. At the age of 13 she fled from home. Six years later she escaped to South America, and after living for years in India and the US, she now calls Thailand her home. Bettina said in a documentary by German public broadcaster ZDF ("Children of Evil") that she even got admitted into a psychiatric hospital for schizophrenia. She even decided to sterilise herself to make sure that she would "not put another Goering in this world". According to Bettina, her granduncle was "vain, greedy, megalomaniac and morphine-addicted". She said that Hermann Goering was however also known as a loving family man who came to the aid of any relative needing help. It made her battle for her entire life over how to deal with her image of Goering the war criminal and Goering as the good uncle ??" something she still has not managed to deal with entirely. One year ago Bettina even wrote a book about her life called "The good uncle ??" my damned German heritage." She said that Hermann Goering once gave all his nephews an expensive wat
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Pic shows: Bettina Goering at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A relative of Nazi bigwig Herman Goering has said she is so ashamed of the Nazi blood that runs through her veins that she sterilised herself to make sure no more Goerings would roam the earth. Bettina Goering, 56, is the grandniece of Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who as vice-Chancellor under Adolf Hitler was both figuratively and literally a heavyweight inside the Nazi party. Known for his chubby figure and love of art, Goering committed suicide with a cyanide capsule during the Nuremberg trials one night before he was set to be hanged in 1946. Goering's grand niece Bettina only realised in 1967 at the age of 11 her dark family history when she watched a documentary about the liberation of Auschwitz. She knew that her granduncle was a well-known war criminal, but that day she realised for the first time the true extents of the Nazi crimes and has been ashamed of her last name ever since. At the age of 13 she fled from home. Six years later she escaped to South America, and after living for years in India and the US, she now calls Thailand her home. Bettina said in a documentary by German public broadcaster ZDF ("Children of Evil") that she even got admitted into a psychiatric hospital for schizophrenia. She even decided to sterilise herself to make sure that she would "not put another Goering in this world". According to Bettina, her granduncle was "vain, greedy, megalomaniac and morphine-addicted". She said that Hermann Goering was however also known as a loving family man who came to the aid of any relative needing help. It made her battle for her entire life over how to deal with her image of Goering the war criminal and Goering as the good uncle ??" something she still has not managed to deal with entirely. One year ago Bettina even wrote a book about her life called "The good uncle ??" my damned German heritage." She said that Hermann Goering once gave all his nephews an expensive
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Pic shows: Bettina Goering at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A relative of Nazi bigwig Herman Goering has said she is so ashamed of the Nazi blood that runs through her veins that she sterilised herself to make sure no more Goerings would roam the earth. Bettina Goering, 56, is the grandniece of Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who as vice-Chancellor under Adolf Hitler was both figuratively and literally a heavyweight inside the Nazi party. Known for his chubby figure and love of art, Goering committed suicide with a cyanide capsule during the Nuremberg trials one night before he was set to be hanged in 1946. Goering's grand niece Bettina only realised in 1967 at the age of 11 her dark family history when she watched a documentary about the liberation of Auschwitz. She knew that her granduncle was a well-known war criminal, but that day she realised for the first time the true extents of the Nazi crimes and has been ashamed of her last name ever since. At the age of 13 she fled from home. Six years later she escaped to South America, and after living for years in India and the US, she now calls Thailand her home. Bettina said in a documentary by German public broadcaster ZDF ("Children of Evil") that she even got admitted into a psychiatric hospital for schizophrenia. She even decided to sterilise herself to make sure that she would "not put another Goering in this world". According to Bettina, her granduncle was "vain, greedy, megalomaniac and morphine-addicted". She said that Hermann Goering was however also known as a loving family man who came to the aid of any relative needing help. It made her battle for her entire life over how to deal with her image of Goering the war criminal and Goering as the good uncle ??" something she still has not managed to deal with entirely. One year ago Bettina even wrote a book about her life called "The good uncle ??" my damned German heritage." She said that Hermann Goering once gave all his nephews an expensive
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Pic shows: Bettina Goering at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A relative of Nazi bigwig Herman Goering has said she is so ashamed of the Nazi blood that runs through her veins that she sterilised herself to make sure no more Goerings would roam the earth. Bettina Goering, 56, is the grandniece of Luftwaffe chief Hermann Goering, who as vice-Chancellor under Adolf Hitler was both figuratively and literally a heavyweight inside the Nazi party. Known for his chubby figure and love of art, Goering committed suicide with a cyanide capsule during the Nuremberg trials one night before he was set to be hanged in 1946. Goering's grand niece Bettina only realised in 1967 at the age of 11 her dark family history when she watched a documentary about the liberation of Auschwitz. She knew that her granduncle was a well-known war criminal, but that day she realised for the first time the true extents of the Nazi crimes and has been ashamed of her last name ever since. At the age of 13 she fled from home. Six years later she escaped to South America, and after living for years in India and the US, she now calls Thailand her home. Bettina said in a documentary by German public broadcaster ZDF ("Children of Evil") that she even got admitted into a psychiatric hospital for schizophrenia. She even decided to sterilise herself to make sure that she would "not put another Goering in this world". According to Bettina, her granduncle was "vain, greedy, megalomaniac and morphine-addicted". She said that Hermann Goering was however also known as a loving family man who came to the aid of any relative needing help. It made her battle for her entire life over how to deal with her image of Goering the war criminal and Goering as the good uncle ??" something she still has not managed to deal with entirely. One year ago Bettina even wrote a book about her life called "The good uncle ??" my damned German heritage." She said that Hermann Goering once gave all his nephews an expensive
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