From Eva’s Album


Gretl Braun, Hoffmann and Max Wuensche with Hitler in Hoffmann’s photo shop in Munich (where he met Eva Braun in October, 1929).


Hitler in front of the window in 1940 with his architect, Hermann Giesler.

She was a passionate photographer and her albums were discovered by the Americans in November, 1945.

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  1. EVA BRAUN (HITLER) TO HER SISTER (Berlin, April, 28 1945)

    “I must write you these words so that you will not feel sad over our end here in the shelter. It is rather we who are filled with sorrow because it is your fate to live on into the chaos that will follow. For myself, I am glad to die here; glad to be at the side of the Fuhrer; foremost of all, glad that the horror now to come is spared me.
    What could life still give me? It has already been perfect. It has already given me its best and its fullest. Why should I go on living? This is the time to die, the right time. With the Fuehrer, I have had everything. To die now, beside him, completes my happiness.
    Live on well and as happily as you can. Shed no tears nor be regretful over our deaths. It is the perfect and proper ending. None of us would change it now. It is the right end for a German woman.”

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