16 March 1920
|Died||10 February 2002 (aged 81)|
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
|Cause of death||Cancer|
|Occupation||Secretary, sub-editor science reporter|
|Known for||Adolf Hitler's personal secretary during the Second World War|
|Spouse(s)||Hans Junge (killed in combat in 1944)|
|Parent(s)||Max Humps and Hildegard Humps (née Zottmann)|
|Relatives||Sister; Inge Humps|
She was hired by Hitler in November 1942. She married Hans Hermann Junge, under encouragement from Hitler. Hans Junge died while fighting in 1944.
After the war, she was not well-known. However, she was in several shows that talked about Hitler. She was also in the movie Der Untergang, which was about the last days of Hitler in the Fuhrerbunker. In the beginning and end of the movie, it shows an interview of her.
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