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The Untold Story of Eva Braun - Thomas Lundmark

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Title
The Untold Story of Eva Braun - Her Life beyond Hitler
Author
Thomas Lundmark
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20110225

This is the most authoritative biography of Eva Braun ever written. The author, who holds doctorates from UC Berkeley and the University of Bonn, began researching the life and times of Eva Braun in 1997, when he became the first American to be appointed to a professorship in law at a German university. 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 400 pages in length. Those who want a full academic treatment will be pleased to learn that the author's 600-page biography, replete with over 2,000 footnotes, is also now available on Amazon: Eva Braun: Her Life and Times: 1912-1945.

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Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
United States
Number of Pages
386

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