Vera Tschechowa and Elvis Presley
March 3, 1959, accompanied by friends Red West and Lamar Fike.
Elvis used a three-day pass to visit Munich and call unannounced on Vera Tschechowa, an 18-year-old actress whom he'd met a few months earlier. Together, they visited the Moulin Rouge nightclub.
Elvis and Vera Tschechowa at the Eve Bar in Munich (March 1959).
Vera Tschechowa and Elvis Presley : March of Dimes Photo January 1959.
Elvis Presley & Vera Tschechowa : March 3, 1959.
Full details and lots more photos of Elvis and Vera in the Book Elvis In Munich.
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