What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Lainie » 07 Oct 2017 15:16

In regard to the identity of the father of Eva Fegelein, I'd say it's reasonably safe to assume it's Hermann Fegelein. How, you ask? Let's look at this photo evidence (Source: Tumblr)

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by DavidFrankenberg » 26 Oct 2017 15:28

You are right. I didnt update my previous post. But it is obvious that Fegelein was the true father.
Gretl fell pregnant after the marriage, not before.
And we can add, as you say, that the daughter has some ressemblance with her father (look the nose for example).

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by G.K. » 19 Dec 2017 11:41

It is true that it is the daughter of Fegelein. You can see it in the face that she is from him.
Does one of you know the place where Gretl is buried?
I know that together with her sister Ilse and her daughter Eva Babara and Gretl's husband, they are lying in a grave together.
That should be in Munich. Only which cemetery north, south, west or east?
in a video I saw how the cousin "Gertraud Weisker" of Eva stood at the grave.
I was already at the grave of the parents.
but does one of you know where the other grave lies?

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by jesk » 19 Dec 2017 20:34

G.K. wrote:It is true that it is the daughter of Fegelein. You can see it in the face that she is from him.
external resemblance is noticeable

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by G.K. » 19 Dec 2017 22:23

does one have an idea how to get out which cemetery in munich is that?

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by G.K. » 19 Dec 2017 22:31

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Br. James » 20 Dec 2017 17:33

Now THAT'S one tombstone for the record books!! What a tale it tells!

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Lainie » 21 Dec 2017 00:13

G.K. wrote:Unbenannt_Fotor.jpg
Thank you for this screen-cap I'd never seen the picture of it before. Poor Eva Barbara. What documentary is this from please?

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by G.K. » 21 Dec 2017 22:44

Here is the video for the picture.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhLQpjbmPro

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Geoff Walden » 21 Dec 2017 23:08

There doesn't seem to be any way to search Munich cemeteries online, which is a shame, because I know that if you go to one of the cemetery offices, they can search a central computer database for the grave you seek. (If anyone knows how to search online, please let us know!)

I guess you could write the Munich central cemetery administration and ask. - sfm-graeberverwaltung.rgu@muenchen.de
https://www.muenchen.de/rathaus/Stadtve ... nfeld.html

If you are successful, please let us know the results here!
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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by G.K. » 22 Dec 2017 15:26

I will try to find it. Then I will write it in here too.

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Lainie » 22 Dec 2017 21:55

G.K. wrote:Here is the video for the picture.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhLQpjbmPro
Thank you for posting the link. I just watched it, it was interesting but the interviewer was terrible. I was interested however in what they said about Gretl and Little Eva. The step-brother was a piece of work. But again the interview was not very good.

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by G.K. » 22 Dec 2017 23:46

What I found out is that the name of the step-son was Rainer Berlinghoff. and lived in Munich.
He also had many private things auctioned by Gretl and Eve.
He also tried with his lawyer to grab a watch that belonged to Eva Braun.
which he did not succeed because he died before.

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Lainie » 23 Dec 2017 12:58

G.K. you are an excellent detective. I recognized the photo album they were going through as one that was auctioned off. Gertraud Weisker made the point that none of the Braun women had happy lives, she was right it seems.

Rainer Berlinghoff has died then? Going by the interview (and I dug up the one in the New Yorker that's referenced in the doc as well) he seemed not very bright, and kind of racist himself.

The Brauns claim that they never mentioned Fegelein's name again after the war. But it's clear Gretl kept many photos and Little Eva had a picture of him in her album. I always wonder if she (Evi) also kept in contact with the Fegelein family and what her mother told her.

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Re: What happened to the sister of Eva Braun?

Post by Tilvasos » 23 Dec 2017 14:18

In the documentary linked above there is a person called Wilhelm Schneider - "Hitler's personal butler". Who is this? Googling didn't tell almost anything. Was he properly ever interviewed by historians? I mean Hitler's butler could have been a great source but I haven't seen him interviewed atleast in any other documentary.

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