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Braun

[ broun; German broun ]
/ braʊn; German braʊn /
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noun
E·va [ee-vuh; German ey-vah], /ˈi və; German ˈeɪ vɑ/, 1912–45, mistress of Adolf Hitler.
Karl Fer·di·nand [kahrl -fur-dn-and; German kahrl -fer-dee-nahnt], /kɑrl ˈfɜr dnˌænd; German kɑrl ˈfɛr diˌnɑnt/, 1850–1918, German physicist and specialist in wireless telegraphy: Nobel Prize in Physics 1909.
Wern·her von [vair-ner von, vur-, wur-; German ver-nuhr fuhn], /ˈvɛər nər vɒn, ˈvɜr-, ˈwɜr-; German ˈvɛr nər fən/, 1912–77, German rocket engineer, in U.S. after 1945.
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Braun
/ (German braun) /

noun
Eva (ˈeːfa). 1910–45, Adolf Hitler's mistress, whom he married shortly before their suicides in 1945
Karl Ferdinand . 1850–1918, German physicist, who invented crystal diodes (leading to the development of crystal radio) and the oscilloscope. He shared the Nobel prize for physics (1909) with Marconi
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