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Braun’s bunkum

A door from a cabinet in Eva Braun’s room in Hitler’s Berlin bunker surfaces on ebay

 

Nazi memorabilia can command high prices amongst the strange sorts who still idolise Hitler and his lot, but even by these standards the £50,950 set for a door from a cabinet owned by Eva Braun seems quite ridiculous.

 

The ex Eva Braun inlaid cabinet door
The ex Eva Braun inlaid cabinet door
A photograph showing the door in-situ in the Führerbunker
A photograph showing the door in-situ in the Führerbunker
The door pictured in the garden of the bunker
The door pictured in the garden of the bunker

 

Described as being “beautifully inlaid”, the item was photographed both inside and in the garden of Hitler’s Führerbunker near the Reich Chancellery in Berlin in 1945 and was brought to Britain by an RAF officer.

 

No bids have been made on the lot and given the auction ends on Tuesday, we imagine this item will remain unsold.

 

 

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1 comment on “Braun’s bunkum”

  1. There are some sick people on this planet. It should have been destroyed back in 1945. Like the art looted by the Nazis, surely this actually belongs to someone else other than the person who nicked it from the bunker. Call the police.

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