Eva Braun Hitler's Odontological Identification—A Forensic Enigma?

  title={Eva Braun Hitler's Odontological Identification—A Forensic Enigma?},
  author={Reidar F. Sognnaes},
  journal={Journal of Forensic Sciences},
  • R. Sognnaes
  • Published 1 April 1974
  • Art
  • Journal of Forensic Sciences
Through generous cooperation by custodians of several museums, libraries, and government archive centers, the author has had occasion to explore various historical dental relics and reports covering the evolution of dental art and science over a period ranging from the time of George Washington to that of Adolf Hitler [1,2]. 

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