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by Angela Lambert
Author: Angela Lambert
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; Reprint edition (April 15, 2008)
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If I had wanted a biography of Angela Lambert I would have bought one! As it is, about half of the book is nothing but footnotes, and some of the barbed asides about Eva's . I was expecting a REAL biography of Eva Braun
If I had wanted a biography of Angela Lambert I would have bought one! As it is, about half of the book is nothing but footnotes, and some of the barbed asides about Eva's appearance in general were unnecessarily mean-spirited. I was expecting a REAL biography of Eva Braun. What I got was the same old hitler/nazi rehash with a little of Eva Braun thrown in. Nothing of any true importance, even about Hitler.
Angela Lambert reveals a woman the world never knew until the last twenty-four hours of her life. In the small hours of April 29, 1945, as Allied troops raced to capture Berlin and the bunker below the Reichskanzlei where the defeated Nazi leaders were hiding, Eva Braun finally achieved her life's ambition by becoming Hitler's wife. Next day they both swallowed cyanide and died instantly.
The Lost Life of Eva Braun. As I read I found myself becoming attached to Eva Braun, almost as if I was reading a friend's biography rather than a stranger's. Another great thing about this book is that it really helped me understand and (gasp) feel sympathy for the German people during WWII. This book opened my eyes in new ways and I j This is the first historical book that I've read cover-to-cover without skipping any chapters or sections. The author has a great narrative voice and blends fact with description very well.
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Items related to The Lost Life of Eva Braun: A Biography. Lambert insists that her minute examination of Braun's life proves that she has been unfairly caricatured "as a feather-brained non-entity" who partied and worried about her wardrobe while her lover set the world aflame. Angela Lambert The Lost Life of Eva Braun: A Biography. ISBN 13: 9780312378653. The Lost Life of Eva Braun: A Biography. The woman who finally married Hitler right before committing suicide with him in his bunker in Berlin at the end of the war, Lambert argues, was caring, sensitive and, above all, loyal.
Merely to tell us Eva's life story gets us no further in this endless quest, which is doubtless why Lambert also interweaves a. .
Merely to tell us Eva's life story gets us no further in this endless quest, which is doubtless why Lambert also interweaves a potted history of the Hitler years, making skilled - and fully acknowledged - use of the work of Richard Evans, Antony Beevor, Alan Bullock and others, as well as their German counterparts and Günter Grass's novel Crabwalk, the first important. German book to examine the horrors of life as an ordinary German civilian during the War. It is almost too obvious to state that the key figure in the book is not Eva Braun but Adolf Hitler
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Lambert is the English-raised daughter of a British father and German mother. Her mother was born in 1912, the same year as Eva Braun. She is best known for novels like A Very English Marriage
Eva Braun was born in Munich and was the second daughter of school teacher Friedrich "Fritz" Braun (1879–1964) and Franziska "Fanny" Kronberger . Lambert, Angela (2006). The Lost Life of Eva Braun. New York: St. Martin's Press. ISBN 978-0-312-36654-4.
Eva Braun was born in Munich and was the second daughter of school teacher Friedrich "Fritz" Braun (1879–1964) and Franziska "Fanny" Kronberger (1885–1976); her mother had worked as a seamstress before her marriage. She had an elder sister, Ilse (1909–1979), and a younger sister, Margarete (Gretl) (1915–1987). New York: W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 978-0-393-06757-6.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 470-475) and index. Eva Braun is one of history's most famous nonentities. She has been dismissed as a racist, feather-headed shop girl, and yet six decades after her death her name is still instantly recognizable. She left her convent school at the age of seventeen and met Hitler a few months later. She became his mistress before she was twenty. How did unsophisticated little Fräulein Braun, 23 years his junior, hold the most powerful man in Europe in an exclusive relationship that lasted from 1932 until their joint suicide?
The inner lives of the top Nazis and their families, Hitler's famous mistress---ultimately his wife---comes to three-dimensional life in this penetrating and critically acclaimed biography.
She left her convent school at the age of seventeen and met Hitler a few months later. She became his mistress before age twenty. They remained in an exclusive sexual relationship from 1932 until their joint suicides at the end of the war. Hitler's chauffeur called her "the unhappiest woman in Germany." The Führer humiliated her in public while the top Nazis' wives despised her. Yet Albert Speer said: "She has been much maligned. She was very shy, modest. A man's woman: gay, gentle, and kind; incredibly undemanding . . . a restful sort of girl." This authoritative biography, only the second life of Eva Braun written in English, based on detailed new research, opens a new window on life at the cold heart of the Nazi leadership.