Famous People Who Died on April 30
Model / 1912 - 1945
Eva Braun was the mistress and later the wife of Adolf Hitler. Braun and Hitler killed themselves on April 30, 1945, the day after their wedding—an decided alternative to falling into the hands of enemy troops.
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profile name: Adolf Hitler profile occupation: Military Leader, Dictator
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profile name: Edouard Manet profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Bessie Coleman profile occupation: Pilot
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profile name: Eva Braun profile occupation: Model
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profile name: Muddy Waters profile occupation: Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer
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profile name: George Balanchine profile occupation: Ballet Dancer, Choreographer
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