The x-rated photos have 'Eva Braun' scribbled on the back

Shocking pictures apparently show Adolf Hitler's Nazi bride Eva Braun NAKED

The x-rated photos have 'Eva Braun' scribbled on the back

Hitler once remarked: ‘A highly intelligent man should take a primitive and stupid woman.’  So his mistress was essentially seen as a mere adornment — one that he kept trapped in a small room in the Chancellery in Berlin, in his flat in Munich, or, during summer, at his house in the Bavarian Alps. Occasionally, he would buy her jewellery, but the stones were usually insultingly cheap.

Hitler's mistress: Extraordinary lost pictures of Eva Braun at play

Some very personal pictures of Eva Braun, Hitler's mistress and wife.

Eva Braun (1912-1945) future wife of Adolf Hitler posed at the Berghof in Obersalzberg, Germany circa 1940. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Eva Braun future wife of Adolf Hitler posed at the Berghof in Obersalzberg, Germany circa (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Eva Braun photo from 1935. Anni Brandt sits across from Hitler, who has his bottle of Fachinger in front of him. (via putschgirl)

Eva Braun photo from Anni Brandt sits across from Hitler, who has his bottle of Fachinger in front of him. (via putschgirl)

Famous Idiots - Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun " I want to be a beautiful corpse. "

Shocking evidence Hitler escaped Germany (I have never given the remotest thought to this possibility - have you?

Eva Braun on the Berghof terrace with the daughter of Herta Schneider, her closest friend.

Eva Braun on the Berghof terrace with the daughter of Herta Schneider, her closest friend. (via putschgirl)

Eva Braun at the Berghof, undated -  in fact - an unfortunate girl, who never caused harm to anybody, but had chosen a wrong man...

* Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun married the day before they both committed suicide.

An excellent (albeit colorized) portrait of Eva Braun taken by Ernst Baumann in Munich in 1941. Hitler, in a rare fit of open jealousy, decided that Baumann had gotten “too close” to Eva and when he saw his photographs of his mistress, promptly sent...

An excellent (albeit colorized) portrait of Eva Braun taken by Ernst Baumann in Munich in Hitler, in a rare fit of open jealousy, decided that Baumann had gotten “too close” to Eva and when he saw his photographs of his mistress, promptly sent.

Eva Braun pictured: I read the book, Grey Wolf.  I read the newspaper article about the book including the comments.  I will tell you this, I believe Dunstad and Williams extensively researched the subject and arrived at a logical conclusion; in my view more accurate than anything presented before.  I never did accept that "famous picture" was Hitler.  If he was burned why not beyond any possibility of recognition such as was done with Goebbels?  It was planned subterfuge to evade capture.

Did Hitler and Eva Braun flee Berlin and die (divorced) of old age in Argentina?

The extraordinary claims are made in new book Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler by British authors Gerrard Williams and Simon Dunstan.

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