Her parents sent her away to a convent, but Eva left a year later saying that “it was not the life for me.”
Eva then decided to go to work for a photographer. The photographer’s biggest client was the National Socialist party – at that time an up and coming political party – and the walls of the studio were adorned with pictures of a young man named Adolf Hitler, known for his charisma.
This kind of makes sense. I firmly believe that if anyone comes into contact with someone whose poster hung on their wall as a teen, despite the fact that, in real life, that person might be weird and certainly would not be airbrushed, we would still experience a certain amount of desire for them.
Of course, those weren’t the pictures hanging in Eva’s room exactly; they were hanging in the room of . . .the guy she worked for, but Eva seemed to fall in love with men left and right during those years. So okay. I say my theory still holds up.
Also, let’s take a moment to reflect on how weird it would be to work in a photo shop where pictures of Hitler were everywhere.
Haha, no, just kidding, there aren’t “photography shops” anymore (although that is a picture of the one Eva worked at).