Newly Discovered Photos Of Adolf Hitler's Girlfriend Eva Braun Clearly Prove She Was Anorexic

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

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The Nazi Swastika appeared on the Nazi sidecar that Eva Braun was sitting in, in one of the photos.

CHICAGO - The Chilly Wind Flea Market in Cicero was the sight of a recent historical World War II discovery.

One of the flea market merchants identified as Keaton W. Clackercroft, was found to have several photographs of Adolf Hitler's mistress Eva Braun in a collection of old photos he was selling for 50 cents each.

The three photos were taken back in the summer of 1942. The first photo shows a white one-piece swimsuit clad Eva Braun in a rowboat with oars in her hands.

And by the looks of her skinny arms, which appeared to be the size of rolling pins, there is no doubt that Eva was anorexic.

Historical photo expert Mancuso Crassingfield, III, was shown the three photos and he verified the authenticity of the photographs which he said were taken with a 1942 Kodak Brownie XYZ-7 Camera.

The second photo of Eva Braun shows her in a parka climbing up the Bavarian Alps with her maiden aunt Gretchen Von Steubenberger, 73.

And the third photo shows Eva sitting in a Nazi sidecar which is being driven by her boyfriend the Fuhrer Adolf Hitler. The photo is of course in black and white but Eva reportedly was wearing a red Nazi T-shirt, blue shorts, and black Nazi marching boots.

To view these three rather amazing photos of Adolf Hitler's mistress Eva Braun go to www.evabraunsthreepix.pix

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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