Gudrun Himmler

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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Steve Hoog » 26 Jul 2014 15:52

Helge, fantastic photo. Many thanks!
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by AlifRafikKhan » 08 Nov 2014 17:38

Margarete Himmler, wife of the German S.S. Chief who committed suicide, centre, as she reads over some papers with her daughter Gudrun, right, as they are watched by Louise Cuyon-Witzschel, who was secretary at the S.S. Headquarters in Italy, at Nuremberg, Germany, where they are waiting to testify in the trial of Major Nazi War Criminals on Jan 1, 1946...

Source: http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/01/26 ... published/
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Marcus » 15 Nov 2014 13:22

A number of posts discussions the posters opinions about Gudrun Himmler was split off into a new thread, lets keep this one to photos and facts.
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 7&t=211408

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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Helge » 24 Mar 2015 23:06

Gudrun and Gerhard von der Ahè in Tegernsee (1936).
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Helge » 24 Mar 2015 23:10

Marga and Heinrich in Tegernsee (1938).
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Helge » 14 Aug 2015 18:09

1954- Marga in Munich - Apt Orig Photo
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Annelie » 14 Aug 2015 18:49

Thanks Helge,

I like the photo on the wall behind Marga. Wish I could get a closer
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Helge » 10 Sep 2015 10:01

Marga, Gudrun and Gerhard von der Ahe.
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Sota ei päätä kuka on oikeassa, vain sen että kuka on jäljellä.
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Helge » 11 Dec 2015 23:52

Gudrun Himmler and Gerhard von der Ahe with Aunt Lydia Boden.
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Sota ei päätä kuka on oikeassa, vain sen että kuka on jäljellä.
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Re: Fatima Grimm

Post by EMCioran » 02 Sep 2017 21:11

feldmarschall wrote:THIS PIC IS GUDRUN HIMMLER THE OTHER WOMAN IS THIS PICTURE IS FATIMA GRIMM THE DAUGHTER OF GRUPPENFÜHRER KARL WOLFF
Are you sure about that second woman / Fatima Grimm? Where and when is this photo from?
If she's really Fatima Grimm, daughter of Karl Wolff it'll be a kind of scoop in Germany.
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by SonyaA » 23 Oct 2017 13:52

Excuse me if I'm asking something that should be evident from the rules. I'm writing a paper on GH and the Himmler archives and would like to quote Grisu's post here putting her in the category of "people of historical interest" as part of my exploration of the problem of viewing people who are still alive as part of "history". Do I have permission to do that? (The post would be anonymised to read something like: "a post on the AHF thread relating to GH reads: "... I've never seen it as beneficial.... Burwitz nee Himmler)". Thanks.

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Post by Tschapperl33 » 05 Mar 2018 19:38

The Mighty Sisto wrote:
joel pacheco wrote:the "austrian" branch of the Hitler family is rather large (cousins, nephews, etc.)
Do you know what their new last names are or where they're located in Austria?
*The Mighty Sisto*
I believe some have the last name of Schmidt

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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Helge » 01 Jul 2018 11:37

Gudrun Burwitz died on May 24, 2018
Sota ei päätä kuka on oikeassa, vain sen että kuka on jäljellä.
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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by J. Duncan » 01 Jul 2018 16:30

Will be interesting to see what comes to the surface now that she’s dead - mementoes, writings, etc. although she had no children so god only knows where her belongings will turn up. A hermit woman. Not sure historians will take much interest but journalists already have - Bild, Independent, Daily Mail, articles attest. Thanks for posting this.

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Re: Gudrun Himmler

Post by Annelie » 01 Jul 2018 16:38

I doubt if anything will come to the surface that isn't already known or speculated on.

Her husband and two children are still alive and I would expect them to carry on as they usually do.

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