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Memoris and Biographies
Author: Nerin E Gun
ISBN: 009098420X
Pages 287 pages
Publisher Leslie Frewin Publishers Ltd; 1St Edition edition (1969)
Language English
Category: Memoris and Biographies
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 967
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eBook Eva Braun: Hitler's mistress download

by Nerin E Gun


Eva Braun: Hitler's mistress Hardcover – 1969. I have no particular interest in Eva Braun so I cannot compare this book to any others about her, but I am very interested in Germany during the war years and I would highly recommend it to anyone with a similar interest.

Eva Braun: Hitler's mistress Hardcover – 1969. by. Nerin E Gun (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The book examines Hitler's charismatic ways with women in an interesting manner by relating how Eva viewed so many other women as threatening to her status as Hitler's mistress. 7 people found this helpful.

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The biography of Eva Braun Hitler's "Mistress", confidant, and eventually partner in the suicide pact with Hitler. Illustrated with photographs, the dust jacket cover is a full color photograph of Hitler and Eva Braun taken in the late 1930's, with the early technology of color photography. Home Gun, Nerin E. Gun, Nerin E. Publication Date: 1968. Condition: Very Good Hardcover.

VINTAGE ISBN: 0340199326. AUTHOR: Gun, Nerin E. TITLE: Eva Braun: Hitler's Mistress (Coronet Books). PUBLISHER: Coronet Books. ACCEPTABLE - May have major wear and tear. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

Eva Anna Paula Hitler (née 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 a 17-year-old assistant and model for his personal photographer Heinrich Hoffmann. She began seeing Hitler often about two years later. She attempted suicide twice during their early relationship.

ISBN: 8402038069 Global Overview for this book. Registered by bibliotecaHRS of Córdoba, Córdoba Spain on 11/26/2019. Journal Entry 1 by bibliotecaHRS from Córdoba, Córdoba Spain on Tuesday, November 26, 2019. OK. Journal Entry 2 by bibliotecaHRS at Hospital Reina Sofía in Córdoba, Córdoba Spain on Tuesday, November 26, 2019.

On 17 December 2017 I ripped the 258 pages from Nerin E. Gun Eva Braun: Hitler's Mistress, tore them in half and threw them in the Hole I've . As of 9 September 2017 the Hole is filled with precious books from my private library. Gun Eva Braun: Hitler's Mistress, tore them in half and threw them in the Hole I've been Diggin' for Gordon in a basement at an undisclosed location in Antwerpen since 20 February 2006. The title refers to Gordon Matta-Clark whose last and major work ‘Office Baroque’ in Antwerpen I illegally visited at the start of my career as an artist.

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Eva braun: hitler's mistress. by Nerin E. Gun. Published by Leslie Frewin. HITLER'S PANZERS EAST: WORLD WAR II REINTERPRETED Written by . Stock no. 2115496 Published by Alan Sutton.

Frosha
By far, the best book I've read about Eva Brown and I've read many.
Nern
Very interesting, can't get enough of the era, the evilness, masked as normalcy and definitely also, her mindset.
Vinainl
Always interesting to read about Mr. Hitler and his girl companion. But not much you can't learn on the History or Military channel.
Fenrikree
This book was very well written and enjoyable to read. The story moves along at a very good pace with chapters about 10-15 pages in length. There are 21 chapters, each self-sufficient and dealing with a particular aspect or period of time. Every page includes some interesting information about life in Germany.

The author's interviews with his sources constantly provide short jumping off points to describe everyday life. They come across as real people and not just sources of information. The information about social and religious customs is particularly interesting. The author uses the customs of the times to explain or describe the actions of the characters very nicely.

I have no particular interest in Eva Braun so I cannot compare this book to any others about her, but I am very interested in Germany during the war years and I would highly recommend it to anyone with a similar interest.

The book examines Hitler's charismatic ways with women in an interesting manner by relating how Eva viewed so many other women as threatening to her status as Hitler's mistress.
Gtonydne
Gun wrote this book in 1967 and it remains the definitive look at Eva Braun. He employed the John Toland philosophy of historical writing, which is to seek out, interview and delve into the memories of people who actually knew Eva Braun. Thus Gun contributed greatly to our understanding of Braun because he interviewed her two sisters, her mother and her best friend, Herta Schneider. Their information is priceless and of course, they are all since deceased.
Gun makes very few factual errors and these are trivial in nature. He takes the reader through Hitler and Eva's first meeting in 1929 up until their joint suicide in the Berlin bunker. Perhaps most importantly, Gun provides ample evidence that Hitler was not the sexual pervert, homosexual, or impotent puppet that other, more recent, books purport to "prove." Gun amply shows that Hitler was normal sexually and he and Eva had a pretty pedestrian, average private life, devoid of whips, chains, or other perversions.
This remains an excellent biography of Eva Braun. I recommend it highly.
Xmatarryto
A pleasure doing business with this bookseller. I received the book exceptionally fast and in great condition, as described. I changed the old plastic cover and put on a new one - dust jacket was in stellar condition - considering the book is 44 years old. I'm glad I read the reviews on all others of this subject, because I find readers very helpful when there are many choices and I'm wanting the one 'closest to the primary sources - interviews, documents and work by the author - not just using others books to quote. Outstanding book.