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Braun

(brown),
Christopher Heinrich, German surgeon, 1847-1911. See: Braun anastomosis.
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A BBC spokesman quoted by the Independent said: "In the nineteenth century, many Ashkenazi Jews in Germany converted to Catholicism, so Eva Braun is highly unlikely to have known her ancestry and -- despite research he instigated into Braun's race -- neither would Hitler.
ALL-STAR CAST Right, clockwise from top, Samantha Spiro plays Judy Garland, Catherine Tate is Eva Braun and Sharon Horgan plays Jane Austen in new comedy.
Amid various guest roles, Katja Riemann briefly appears as Eva Braun.
Eva Braun y Traudl Junge, por el contrario, se niegan a correr otra suerte que no sea la de su Fuhrer.
When the truth begins to dawn, he and Eva Braun (Juliane KUhler) discuss the best way to commit suicide - shooting, poison or both?
Expertly researched, the fictionalized treatment allows the author to peer into and reflect Hitler's mind, and talk directly to historical figures such as Eva Braun, Goering, Goebbels, Himmler, and more.
Herter hears a tale so bizarre from Hitler's pair of former servants that he never doubts its veracity, nor that the couple raised the child of Hitler and Eva Braun as their own.
Al principio Marta Sahagun se asemejaba a Eva Braun, la companera sentimental de Hitler, pero era obvio que aspiraba a ser como Eva Peron para darle a su marido un fuerte apoyo y compartir plenamente la presidencia con el.
Even perky Katie Couric--dubbed "the affable Eva Braun of morning TV" in Slander--got hot under the collar when interrogating the Coultinator on the Today show.
One of the most complex and multivalent--and courageous--works in the show, Roee Rosen's Live and Die as Eva Braun, 1995, is a mixed-media installation that also exists in the form of an artist's book and proposes itself as a virtual-reality scenario.
And Machtan does a good job of providing that Hitler was never very interested in women; even his relationship with Eva Braun, the woman he married in his Berlin bunker in 1945 just before they both committed suicide, was almost certainly platonic.
Krafft-Ebing and the Victorian concept of corporeal punishment in schools, along to Hitler and Eva Braun and ending with an analysis of the feast of capitalism.