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Discussion in 'Women at War' started by SamIam, Feb 25, 2008.

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  1. SamIam

    SamIam New Member

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    Which woman was the most involved woman in WWII? Who was the first Woman to get involved.

    Thanks in advance for all the help
     
  2. Dave War44

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    Eva Braun - she started it !
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    Ricardo War44 New Member

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    That's pretty much the only woman's name that I thought of, too. :silly:

    Didn't her sister marry one of Hitler's entourage or officers?
     
  4. Cabel1960

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    Maybe such as the land workers, but good question as it is obvious we dont know the answer. :ponder:
     
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    I don't know but I wouldn't be surprised, of course! I would imagine that the sisters would hang out in the same circles. Good answer, by the way. :lol:
     
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    On June 3, 1944 Eva Braun's younger sister Gretl (1915-1987) married Hermann Fegelein who served as Heinrich Himmler's liaison on Hitler's staff.

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    Eva, Hermann and Gretl
     
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    Fegelein was summarily executed after failing to report to Hitler (More or less termed as desertion) in the Fuhrerbunker during the last days before Germany's capitulation in May 1945. It is graphically depicted in the Film - Downfall.
     
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    I never know them but I think that they might be the most involve women in WW2 based on those pictures that you have provided. I wonder what they did to be crowned this way.
     
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    She was the man! oops sorry the woman.:lol:
     
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    Eva Braun was indeed the most famous germen woman who played important role in world war 2. Otherwise, German women in World War 2 did not play as major role as did the women of other countries.
     

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