Gudrun Burwitz (née Himmler, born 8 August 1929) is the daughter of Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer-SS and Chief of the German Police (and from August 1943 onward, the Minister of the Interior), and Margarete Siegroth, née Boden. Gudrun was the first child of Himmler's marriage; her parents later adopted a son. In 1940, Heinrich Himmler started an affair with the secretary Hedwig Potthast with whom he had two children.
A young Marga Boden/Himmler. She and Heinrich Himmler married in 1928. They had a daughter, Gudrun in 1929 and, in 1933, adopted the son of a killed SS officer, Gerhard von Ahe. The couple separated in 1939 but US occupation forces nonetheless imprisoned her and put her through 'denazification' in 1948. By 1953 she had lost her political rights, home, pension and was sentenced to 'special/punitive work'. She died two years later, at her sister's.
Gudrun Himmler | Gudrun Himmler (now Gudrun Burwitz) (right) with her mother at the Nuremberg Trials, 1945. | "She has remained active in the Nazi community (Neo-Nazism), and has since 1951 been a member of Stille Hilfe, an organization providing support to arrested, condemned or fugitive former SS-members. In 1952 she helped to found Wiking-Jugend which was organized after the Hitler Youth model. She is active in Nazi circles after the war; often referred to as 'The Nazi Princess.'"
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Thea mit Boden aus Wollfilz- genäht von Margarete im Dezember 2015
Boden und Treppe in 'Architect's Delight', Handlauf in 'Margarete'
Boden und Wände in 'Architect's Delight', Handlauf in 'Margarete'