Hermann Göring & Carin von Rosen

1921 - 1931

Hermann Goring and Carin von Rosen  


Hermann Göring and Carin von Rosen were married for 8 years before Hermann Göring died aged 53.


German Military Serviceperson Hermann Göring was born Hermann Wilhelm Göring on 12th January, 1893 in Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany and passed away on 15th Oct 1946 Nuremberg, Germany aged 53. He is most remembered for Commander-in-chief of the Luftwaffe (air force) in 1935, a position he held until the final days of World War II.. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Carin von Rosen is a Swedish Spouse. She is famous for Nazi leader (H.Goering)`s wife.


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Relationship Statistics

Married2nd Dec 1922 - 17th Oct 1931 8 years, 10 months
Total 1921 - 17th Oct 1931 10 years, 9 months

February 2, 1923 - October 17, 1931) (her death)
This was also the first time that Göring saw his future wife; the count introduced his sister-in-law, Baroness Carin von Kantzow (née Freiin von Fock). Estranged from her husband of ten years, she had an eight-year-old son. Göring was immediately infatuated and asked her to meet him in Stockholm. They arranged a visit at the home of her parents and spent much time together through 1921, when Göring left for Munich to take political science at the university. Carin obtained a divorce, followed Göring to Munich, and married him on 3 February 1922.
Personal problems continued to multiply. By 1925, Carin's mother was ill. The Görings—with difficulty—raised the money in the spring of 1925 for a journey to Sweden via Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, and Danzig (now Gdańsk). Göring had become a violent morphine addict; Carin's family were shocked by his deterioration. Carin, who was ill with epilepsy and a weak heart, had to allow the doctors to take charge of Göring; her son was taken by his father. Göring was certified a dangerous drug addict and was placed in Långbro asylum on 1 September 1925. He was violent to the point where he had to be confined to a straitjacket, but his psychiatrist felt he was sane; the condition was caused solely by the morphine. Weaned off the drug, he left the facility briefly, but had to return for further treatment. He returned to Germany when an amnesty was declared in 1927 and resumed working in the aircraft industry. Hitler, who had written Mein Kampf while in prison, had been released in December 1924. Carin Göring, ill with epilepsy and tuberculosis, died of heart failure on 17 October 1931.

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2nd February, 1923 - Marriage

February 2, 1923 - October 17, 1931) (her death)

1921 - Hookup

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