this is the book i'm currently reading: eva braun, life with hitler by heike b. görtemaker.
it's really interesting and covers many aspects of the regime, of hitler, and of his relationships which were not very publicised. although many of the things stated in this book are falsifiable and some are assumptions, i like how görtemaker evaluates the different historians and their standpoints, especially their reliability.
the content of the book is rather heavy i must say though, and it isn't an easy read at times (especially when i stay up late and am very dreary the next day). it's got a lot of information and history, which is amazing, and it's not until i really sat down today at tea (i decided to destress by eating my favourite noodles today and reading) that i realised how intricately woven the story is and how eva braun might not have been the submissive naive girl people assume her to be - or the "shadow" of hitler who just comitted suicide with him before the russians invaded in the bunkers.
i shall not go on and on about the history and the book itself, but do try to pick it up if you're interested in history i guess? i strongly recommend it!
p.s: i've become to have the bad habit of sleeping past midnight (i think i'm nocturnal) (i literally die in the morning) (and afternoon) (at night i'm a wild beast) (just kidding i stay up writing this and doing other nonsense)
"i want to be a beautiful corpse, i will take poison."
- eva braun