The Diary of Eva Braun

The Diary of Eva Braun When the fake Hitler diaries were taken up by The Sunday Times it was accompanied by all the the razzmatazz of the modern media Yet in when Eva Braun s diary was published there was no such c

  • Title: The Diary of Eva Braun
  • Author: Eva Braun
  • ISBN: 9781873779033
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When the fake Hitler diaries were taken up by The Sunday Times , it was accompanied by all the the razzmatazz of the modern media Yet in 1949, when Eva Braun s diary was published, there was no such circus in a world already tired of the war The source of the diary was Luis Trencker, a film maker, and there was plenty of evidence to verify that this was no fake he hadWhen the fake Hitler diaries were taken up by The Sunday Times , it was accompanied by all the the razzmatazz of the modern media Yet in 1949, when Eva Braun s diary was published, there was no such circus in a world already tired of the war The source of the diary was Luis Trencker, a film maker, and there was plenty of evidence to verify that this was no fake he had not the slightest doubt that Eva had given him her private diary in which she reflected upon the most momentuous years and events not only in her lifetime, but in that of millions of others She alone knew the most intimate facts concerning one of the most infamous men in the history of the world.

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    About " Eva Braun "

  • Eva Braun

    Eva Anna Paula Hitler n e Braun 6 February 1912 30 April 1945 was the longtime companion of Adolf Hitler and, for less than 40 hours, his wife Braun met Hitler in Munich when she was 17 years old, while she was working as an assistant and model for his personal photographer, and began seeing him often about two years later She attempted suicide twice during their early relationship By 1936, she was a part of his household at the Berghof near Berchtesgaden and lived a sheltered life throughout World War II Braun was a photographer, and many of the surviving colour photographs and films of Hitler were taken by her She was a key figure within Hitler s inner social circle, but did not attend public events with him until mid 1944, when her sister Gretl married Hermann Fegelein, the SS liaison officer on his staff.

  • 591 Comments


  • I admit that I have a weakness for reading the biographies of (in)famous military figures and their families. Eva Braun's memoir was like reading the idealistic diary of a young girl in love - which was startling yet fascinating considering that the object of her affection was Hitler.


  • Worth reading. Not sure about the authenticity of it; it's the kind of thing you have to read and look into for yourself before you can make a decision about it. The book includes a good argument for it's authenticity but nothing is proven.


  • Hard to rate this one. The diary of a shallow person, but worth reading for the insights it gives into Hitler's psyche. She complains of being lonely and wishes she had a puppy.


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