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Braun

(brown),
Christopher Heinrich, German surgeon, 1847-1911. See: Braun anastomosis.
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"Morell gave Hitler a preparation called Testoviron, a kind of testosterone preparation, usually before Hitler was going to spend a night with Eva Braun," Cambridge University historian Richard Evans said.
Psychobitches features an all-star cast including Rebecca Front as the therapist, Catherine Tate as Eva Braun and Edith Piaf, Sharon Horgan as Jane Austen and Frida Kahlo, Katy Brand as Joan of Arc and George Eliot, Samantha Spiro as Mary Whitehouse and Judy Garland, and Selina Griffiths as Beatrix Potter.
Catherine Tate will play both Eva Braun and Edith Piaf, Sharon Horgan will portray Jane Austen and Katy Brand is Joan of Arc and George Eliot.
On the one hand, Eva Braun's material gives viewers a glimpse into the inner sanctum of Hitler's court, showing everyday life there: tea on the terrace, dogs and children frolicking, walks in the hills.
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.
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.
This material is supplemented by more specious passages devoted to Adolf Hitler's fetishism and covert relationship with Eva Braun, as well as a sex-capitalism-religion-pop culture arc from the 1950s to the '90s.
You would have thought Hillary had been chatting up Eva Braun.