Eva Braun

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Noun1.Eva Braun - the German mistress of Adolf Hitler (1910-1945)
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Eva Braun, whom he had married the previous day, died beside him by taking a cyanide pill.
Eva Braun, whom he married the previous day, also died beside him by taking a cyanide pill.
The memo, which was written six days before Hitler committed suicide, is often referred to as the German leader's "suicide note." The document is separate from another paper, Hitler's Last Will and Testament, which he signed the day before he and his new bride, Eva Braun, killed themselves.
Plaim's images of Eva Braun come from finding torn fragments in the bin, whilst Dohring sheds light on Martin Bormann's demeanour.
Shaprio believes that one's relationship with food typically defines who we are, and What She Ate: Six Remarkable Women and the Food That Tells Their Stories profiles six vastly different women and their appetites: author, poet and diarist Dorothy Wordsworth, sister of William; British chef Rosa Lewis, known as the "Queen of Cooks," whose champions included King Edward VII; first lady Eleanor Roosevelt; Hitler's mistress and eventual wife, Eva Braun; British novelist Barbara Pym; and writer and publisher Helen Gurley Brown.
The lilac lingerie, with Eva Braun's initials on the front, were found by a US soldier in a bunker next to Hitler's home in the Bavarian Alps.
In the 1930s, orphaned Pierrot is taken in by his aunt, Beatrix, who happens to be a housekeeper for Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun at the Berghof, their alpine retreat.
He has also accumulated a number of more personal, somewhat eerie, pieces of memorabilia, including love letters written by Hitler to Eva Braun, as well as the Fuhrer's personal bed.
The City Service Berlin booze store is just yards from the bunker where on April 30, 1945, Hitler and his new bride Eva Braun ended their lives with gunshots and cyanide thirty feet underground, the Daily Star reported.
In 1945, as Russian troops approached his Berlin bunker, Adolf Hitler committed suicide along with his wife of one day, Eva Braun.
The discovery was made through DNA testing on hair taken from an hairbrush, allegedly belonging to Eva Braun, Hitler's long-time lover who married him hours before their joint suicide as the Nazi war machine crashed.