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Documentary: Hitlers wife, Eva Braun, may have had Jewish ancestry

| April 7, 2014

Eva Braun and Adolf Hitler in 1942. Photo from German Federal Archive Eva Braun, the wife of Adolf Hitler, may have had Jewish ancestry, according to a new British documentary.

10 Ancient Knowledge Pt 6c Lost History, Phoenicians, Alphabet, Symbology, Ashkenazi, Mythology – Video

| April 7, 2014

10 Ancient Knowledge Pt 6c Lost History, Phoenicians, Alphabet, Symbology, Ashkenazi, Mythology By: OfficialSAAMRorg

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| April 6, 2014

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CIMG6555 – Video

| April 6, 2014

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Hitler may have 'unwittingly married a Jew'

| April 6, 2014

Paul Baer, a German-born Jew whose mother and sisters were taken to concentration camps, kept a selection of items from Brauns apartment, including several Nazi ceremonial daggers, a human skull and a cosmetics case with the initials E.B. His son Alan has now donated the hair for investigation, in the hopes of contributing to historical and scientific understanding.

DNA suggests Hitler may have married a Jew

| April 6, 2014

This undated file picture shows the Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun.AP Photo/US Army Signal Corps from Eva Braun's album, File A British documentary airing next week makes an astonishing claim: Hitler inadvertently married a Jew in one of his last acts before suicide, reports the Telegraph.

Greeces last Romaniote Jews remember a catastrophe

| April 6, 2014

When the Jews of Ioannina gathered in their whitewashed-stone synagogue over the weekend, it was to commemorate 70 years since the Nazis destroyed their community. But the March 30 gathering also served to highlight a source of present-day sadness: the withering of the unique 2,300 year-old Romaniote Jewish tradition. Ioannina, a postcard-pretty town in northwestern Greece with a medieval fortress perched by a bright blue lake and surrounded by snow-capped mountains, once was the center of Romaniote Jewish life.

karate motti samobor 2014 – Video

| April 5, 2014

karate motti samobor 2014 By: motti ashkenazi

Was Adolf Hitler's lover Eva Braun from a Jewish family?

| April 5, 2014

Scientists made the discovery using hair from a brush that belonged to her DNA included particular sequence strongly associated with Jewish people Many Jews in Germany converted to Catholicism before 19th Century Tests were made for C4 show Dead Famous DNA, to be shown next week Published: 17:56 EST, 4 April 2014 | Updated: 17:59 EST, 4 April 2014 Couple: Adolf Hitler with Eva Braun, who may have been descended from a Jewish family When they committed suicide in his bunker at the end of the Second World War, Eva Braun had been Adolf Hitlers mistress for more than 12 years and his wife for a mere 40 hours. It seems, however, that despite their time together, she may have kept a crucial family secret from the Fuhrer

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| April 5, 2014

3:49am, Sat 5 Apr 2014 Last updated Sat 5 Apr 2014 Eva Braun, who married Nazi leader Adolf Hitler hours before the pair committed suicide in 1945, was of Jewish descent, according to DNA analysis conducted for a TV documentary. The Dead Famous DNA film - to be screened on Channel 4 on Wednesday - will claim that tests on hair samples said to have come from a monogrammed hairbrush used by Braun, show she was possibly of Jewish ancestry. A team of scientists examined the hair and found a particular sequence within the DNA, which had been passed down the maternal line - the haplogroup N1b1 - which the channel said was "strongly associated" with Ashkenazi Jews, who make up around 80% of the global Jewish population.


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