Forty red-cheeked German girls, bundled up in jackets, overcoats and boots, huddled in a chill classroom of Berlin's Louisa Henriette Schule for their regular lesson in Demokratische Weltanschauung (Democratic Outlook). The Magistrat, the Allied-approved municipal council, had ordered their professor, snowy-thatched Ernst Weber, to teach them about the Nürnberg trials. He began:
Weber: What do you consider Hermann Göring's worst traits?
Grete Wolfran (blonde, blue-eyed and 13): His love of power; his love of fighting ; his love of uniforms.
Weber: That is good. That sums up quite well Göring's worst characteristics, and the combination clearly reveals the dangerous type of man he was...