Eva Braun pictured: I read the book, Grey Wolf.  I read the newspaper article about the book including the comments.  I will tell you this, I believe Dunstad and Williams extensively researched the subject and arrived at a logical conclusion; in my view more accurate than anything presented before.  I never did accept that "famous picture" was Hitler.  If he was burned why not beyond any possibility of recognition such as was done with Goebbels?  It was planned subterfuge to evade capture.

Eva Braun pictured: I read the book, Grey Wolf. I read the newspaper article about the book including the comments. I will tell you this, I believe Dunstad and Williams extensively researched the subject and arrived at a logical conclusion; in my view more accurate than anything presented before. I never did accept that "famous picture" was Hitler. If he was burned why not beyond any possibility of recognition such as was done with Goebbels? It was planned subterfuge to evade capture.

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An excellent (albeit colorized) portrait of Eva Braun taken by Ernst Baumann in Munich in 1941. Hitler, in a rare fit of open jealousy, decided that Baumann had gotten “too close” to Eva and when he saw his photographs of his mistress, promptly sent...

An excellent (albeit colorized) portrait of Eva Braun taken by Ernst Baumann in Munich in 1941. Hitler, in a rare fit of open jealousy, decided that Baumann had gotten “too close” to Eva and when he saw his photographs of his mistress, promptly sent...

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Eva Braun pictured: I read the book, Grey Wolf. I read the newspaper article about the book including the comments. I will tell you this, I believe Dunstad and Williams extensively researched the subject and arrived at a logical conclusion; in my view more accurate than anything presented before. I never did accept that "famous picture" was Hitler. If he was burned why not beyond any possibility of recognition such as was done with Goebbels? It was planned subterfuge to evade capture.

Eva Braun pictured: I read the book, Grey Wolf. I read the newspaper article about the book including the comments. I will tell you this, I believe Dunstad and Williams extensively researched the subject and arrived at a logical conclusion; in my view more accurate than anything presented before. I never did accept that "famous picture" was Hitler. If he was burned why not beyond any possibility of recognition such as was done with Goebbels? It was planned subterfuge to evade capture.

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Eva Braun and Blondi, Adolf Hitler's German shepherd. According to Hitler's secretary (Traudl Junge), Eva hated Blondi and was known to kick her under the dining table.

Eva Braun and Blondi, Adolf Hitler's German shepherd. According to Hitler's secretary (Traudl Junge), Eva hated Blondi and was known to kick her under the dining table.

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Eva Braun in profile, this is November 2, 1941 or Nov 2, ‘42.
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Heinrich Hoffmann with Eva Braun and her two Scottish Terriers. This image was included in pages of Eva Braun’s photo albums and cataloged as such when I viewed and photographed it in the National Archives.

Heinrich Hoffmann with Eva Braun and her two Scottish Terriers. This image was included in pages of Eva Braun’s photo albums and cataloged as such when I viewed and photographed it in the National Archives.

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Eva Braun Eva, Hitler's mistress, would marry Hitler just hours before he would take his own life. Both died by suicide in the Fuhrer Bunker, underground below the streets of Berlin. Their bodies would be taken to the streets above and burned to prevent capture by the Red Army just blocks away.

Eva Braun Eva, Hitler's mistress, would marry Hitler just hours before he would take his own life. Both died by suicide in the Fuhrer Bunker, underground below the streets of Berlin. Their bodies would be taken to the streets above and burned to prevent capture by the Red Army just blocks away.

Eva Braun in one of her mink coats, on the terrace of the Berghof in 1940/41. Hitler told his longstanding adjutant, Julius Schaub, in 1941: “I have to buy Eva more mink coats. I have to do something to excuse all that she has had to endure with all this” (their relationship). Schaub wrote about this in his memoirs, In Hitlers Schatten. Even at this (relatively) late stage of their relationship Eva was still hidden away and introduced to guests as a “secretary.” (via putschgirl)

Eva Braun in one of her mink coats, on the terrace of the Berghof in 1940/41. Hitler told his longstanding adjutant, Julius Schaub, in 1941: “I have to buy Eva more mink coats. I have to do something to excuse all that she has had to endure with all this” (their relationship). Schaub wrote about this in his memoirs, In Hitlers Schatten. Even at this (relatively) late stage of their relationship Eva was still hidden away and introduced to guests as a “secretary.” (via putschgirl)

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Eva Braun had ordered her sister to burn the records showing what she spent on her dresses.

Eva Braun had ordered her sister to burn the records showing what she spent on her dresses.

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