Uploaded on Oct 2, 2011
Eva and her father at her Munich house. (:56) AH outside the Berghof
(1:30) AH with Hermann Esser
(4:49) funny bit of Heinrich Hoffmann joking around with AH
(6:06) AH with Sepp Dietrich
(7:52) 1944 wedding reception for Gretl Braun and Hermann Fegelein at the Eagle's Nest
(8:35) Mrs. Braun next to Eva and friends
Her films ended sometime in 1944 or early '45. Braun and Hitler married on April 28, 1945. They spent their honeymoon behind the Reich Chancellery in a ditch on fire. Her films were discovered after the war and are in the public domain.
Note: As a student of history and WWII these films are edited and presented as a historical curio and a source of information. No one else that I know of has bothered to identify the people in these silent films as I have. This series is not intended to promote any political view or personal bias. It is simply a historical record captured on film. I am aware that the release of the Braun movies has upset some people as they appear to humanize Hitler. But I believe these films are useful in knocking Hitler down to size, reducing the monumental impersonal image of him to human scale.