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The following is a short biographical portrait of some forty women who either gave full support to Hitler , were sympathetic to the Nazi party, or were strongly anti-Nazi and played an active part in the anti-Hitler resistance movements. Many paid the supreme penalty for their actions.
Later in life she was to become the mystery woman of Hitler's Third Reich. Wife of Hitler for one day and his mistress for twelve years, she first met Hitler in while she was assistant to the beer-loving Heinrich Hoffmann, the Third Reich's official photographer who had his shop at No.
He had already joined the Nazi party with party card number Eva Braun committed suicide with Hitler on April 30, in his underground bunker in the Reich Chancellery gardens in Berlin. It was her third attempt, the first having been in November when she was found, with a bullet in her neck.
On May 28, , Eva, who often complained of Hitler's neglect, decided to take thirty-five sleeping pills just to 'make certain'. Late that night she was found unconscious by her sister Ilse who called a doctor just in time to save her life. It is interesting to note that Eva never became a Nazi Party member.
Outside of Hitler's close circle of cronies she was completely unknown to the general public until after the war. Eva's mother, Franziska Braun, lived to the ripe old age of 96 and died in Ruhpolding, Bavaria in January, Her father, Fritz Braun, died on January 22, Youngest of the three daughters of Fritz and Franziska Braun, her real name was Margarethe and was born three years after Eva. They lived in an apartment on the second floor of No.