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.'"
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.