Waite tells in his book The Psychopathic God that over the years
Hitler really became very fond of Eva. He took to addressing her, both in
private letters and within the intimate circle at the Berghof, with tender
Austrian words to express his affection - Tschapperl, Hascherl, and
"He patted her hand, calling her my Patscherl ... He always urged her to eat this or that, saying, Now, my Patscherl, eat this little morsel that is good for you."
van Capelle and Dr. van de Bovenkamp tell in their book Hitler's
Henchmen how Eva after the outbreak of World War 2 gradually was
allowed to appear more often in public. She was allowed to be present on
Hitler's birthday, she was invited to receptions at Berchtesgaden and she
dined with generals and party officials.
A secret, private film collection shows candid views of Eva Braun and Hitler in war and peacetime, chatting with children, conferring with subordinates, relaxing after victories and recovering after Stalingrad.
the same time over one million children under the age of sixteen died in
the Holocaust - plucked from their homes and stripped of their childhoods,
they lived and died during the dark years of the Nazi