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Alison Flint
Alison Flint • 1 year ago

A pensive Eva Braun, 32. Rarely seen in public with the Fuhrer, she spent her days exercising, reading popular novels, and worrying about her looks. After the failed plot to kill Hitler, she wrote him: "From our first meeting I swore to follow you anywhere - even unto death - I live only for your love."

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