The Untold Story of Eva Braun: Her Life Beyond Hitler. This is the most authoritative biography of Eva Braun ever written.
The author's ability to conduct research and to interview witnesses in both English and German enabled him to discover astonishing new facts about Eva Braun, including her personal involvement in anti-Semitic pogroms and the startling revelation that Eva Braun suffered from Mayer Rokitansky Syndrome or "MRKH," the congenital absence of a functioning vagina and uterus.
Written with a popular audience in mind, the present biography omits citations to authority in order to keep the book under pages in length. She worked in a Munich camera shop run by his official photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann.
According to Hoffmann's daughter, Hitler's opening line was: You see, I'm surrounded by men and I know what a pleasure it is to enjoy female company. Braun was with him in his Berlin bunker as the city fell to the Russian forces in and shared his suicide on the afternoon of 30 April. The German public was never meant to know of Braun's existence and marriage was out of the question until the very end. For the women who have worshipped him, he is no longer their idol in the same way.
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Braun had her own private quarters at his Berghof mountain retreat, where she whiled away the time between his visits with reading, enjoying the outdoors and partying. Braun's friends and relatives say she giggled on seeing a photograph of the British prime minister Neville Chamberlain sitting on a sofa in Hitler's Munich flat in , and remarked: Topics Adolf Hitler The Observer.
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