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The term Jägermeister was introduced in Germany in 1934 in the newReichsjagdgesetz (Imperial Hunting Laws). The term was applied to senior foresters and gamekeepers in the German civil service, while the topmost gamekeeper wasReichsjägermeister Hermann Göring. Thus, when the liquor was introduced in 1935, the name was already familiar to Germans and was occasionally called "Göring-Schnapps". Further conjunctions to the Nazi Regime, including the circumstances of naming the liquor are obscure, while Günter Mast, a nephew of Curt Mast, stated, his uncle was no convinced Nazi, but came to terms with the Regime, just like he did later with the British occupying forces, though this might be questionable for some people. Nowadays Jägermeister, or derived Meisterjäger, is known to be a code among the German extremist right. [

...yeah. THAT Göring

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