Eva Braun was the wife of Adolf Hitler, the dictator of Nazi Germany.

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Eva was a woman whom Hitler was very fond of. The two remained close and stayed together during the final years of their lives.

In 1945, as the Soviets were closing in on their location, Hitler decided to commit suicide to avoid capture. Eva also decided to join him instead of running away.

The couple gathered in front of Hitler's inner circle, and prepared for their deaths. Eva decided to bite into a cynanide capsule while Hitler chose to shoot himself. Eva died, while Hitler's death was prevented by Commandant Nauhaus, who was a member of the Thule Society and knew how to preserve Hitler's soul. The Führer's soul was subsequently placed inside a golden pocket watch, from which it would be resurrected in the near future.

Unfortunately, the Thules lost the watch due to the Soviets' intervention and spent over 70 years tracking it down. Once they had obtained it, they performed the ritual known as Das Blut and brought the Führer back in the body of Commandant Nauhaus. Upon his return, Hitler's state of mind made him apathetic to the absence of his own wife, to the point where he mocked one of the Thules for losing his.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The real Eva Braun was married to Hitler for less than 40 hours, before her death.
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