questionedithistorytranslationsWhere was Eva Braun born?in Munich4710in Berlin1220in Vienna1426in Nuremberg1717Born on February 6, 1912 in Munich. At the end of her life, she married Adolf Hitler.Share and bring new players to the game!correct this questionTschukareach: rather globalAdolf HitlerWorld War IIKarl-Ludwig Poggemannwikipedia → Eva BraunAdolf Hitler quizWorld War II quizOn August 9, 1945, B-29 bomber Bockscar lifted off, carrying the nuclear weapon "Fat Man". Which city was it heading to?Kokura. The crew was under orders to only bomb visually. When they got to Kokura they found the haze and smoke obscuring the city as well as the large ammunition arsenal that was the reason for targeting the city. They made three unsuccessful passes, and eventually headed for Nagasaki and its torpedo factory, the alternative target. In Japan, the phrase "Kokura luck" was coined to describe lucky avoidance of the great misfortune without being aware of it.Which luxury fashion house manufactured uniforms for SS using slave laborers?Hugo Boss. In the 1930s, Hugo Boss advertising slogan was a "supplier for National Socialist uniforms since 1924". To meet demand in later years of the war, Boss used about 40 prisoners of war and about 150 forced laborers. In 1946, Hugo Boss was fined a heavy penalty as an activist and beneficiary of National Socialism but his business survived. In 1997, the company appeared in a list of Swiss dormant accounts.What was planned by the Nazis as V-3 super-weapon?A multi-charge gun. The V-3 was a German World War II supergun working on the multi-charge principle whereby secondary propellant charges are fired to add velocity to a projectile. The weapon was planned to be used to bombard London from two large bunkers in the Pas-de-Calais region of northern France, but they were rendered unusable by Allied bombing raids before completion.Which of the following is a bottom-fermented beer?Baltic Porter is a very high alcohol, sweet, robust porter that originated in the Baltic states. Baltic Porter reflects both the character of original British Porters and the character of sweeter, highly alcoholic Russian Imperial Stouts.