Eva Braun, (born February 6, 1912, Munich, Germany—died April 30, 1945, Berlin), mistress and later wife of Adolf Hitler. She was born into a lower middle-class Bavarian family and was educated at the Catholic Young Women’s Institute in Simbach-am-Inn.
Eva Anna Paula Hitler (née Braun; 6 February 1912 – 30 April 1945) was a German photographer who was the longtime companion and briefly the wife of Adolf Hitler. Braun met Hitler in Munich when she was a 17-year-old assistant and model for his personal photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann .
Name: Eva Braun Birth Year: 1912 Birth date: February 6, 1912 Birth City: Munich Birth Country: Germany Gender: Female Best Known For: Eva Braun was the mistress and later the wife of Adolf...
Eva Braun made color home movies of Hitler Hitler and Braun were dead. Hitler had a bullet hole in his right temple. Braun was slumped to his left and reeked of the cyanide, which smelled...
Braun was a 23-year-old photography assistant with a secret: She was Adolf Hitler’s mistress. Over the next decade, Braun and Hitler had a tumultuous relationship that ultimately ended in their joint suicide. Hitler likely saw Eva Braun as a reflection on himself.
Decades after her death, Eva Braun, the long-time mistress of Adolf Hitler, remains a mysterious and notorious figure. This is the photographic life story of a woman who met Hitler as a teenager and, in the last days of the war, became the Führer’s wife—only hours before committing suicide.
Eva Braun was the most intimate chronicler of the Nazi regime, capturing Hitler's private life with her cine-camera. But it was only the obsession of artist Lutz Becker that brought her films to ...
S ixty-seven years after her death, Eva Braun, the long-time mistress of Adolf Hitler, remains a mysterious figure. Heike G. Görtemaker, a German historian and author, attempts to add clarity to the life of a woman who met Hitler as a teenager and, in the last days of the war, became the führer’s wife—only hours before committing suicide.
Eva Braun was born in Munich on 6 February 1912 to Friedrich and Fanny Braun, the middle child alongside 2 sisters – Ilse and Gretl. Her parents were divorced in 1921, however they remarried in November 1922, likely for financial reasons through the gruelling years of hyperinflation in Germany. 2.
Eva Braun (1912–1945) was the long term companion of Adolf Hitler. The pair married on 29 April 1945 – just one day before they both died by suicide. Here, German historian Heike B Görtemaker – author of Eva Braun: Life with Hitler – answers some of the key questions about the Nazi leader's and wife.