Something that many people do not know about Eva is that, she was a simple woman who lived a seemingly simple life. Eva Braun was born on February 6, 1912 to Friedrich and Franziska Braun, in Munich Germany(3). She was born into a middle class Bavarian family where she was the middle child of 3 girls(7). As a young women, Eva was beautiful and intelligent. She loved to play sports, she was fascinated by animals and nature, and she was interested by romance(7). She stayed in Munich for most of her childhood, where she studied medicine at Lyceum University(3). Her first job in fact, was at a medical office, but soon after she left there, she obtained a job at Heinrich Hoffman’s Photo Studio where she worked as a personal assistant for him. It was here where she met Hitler. After she met Hitler, her love and affection for him only seemed to grow each day. In fact, she once attempted suicide solely because Hitler would not spend time with her. Over time however, their relationship grew. Eva soon moved in with Hitler in their own villa in the mountains. She lived a simple life, still fascinated by the same curiosities she had been as a child. She was wholly committed to Hitler, as evidence by their conjoined ...
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