Brunhilde Pomsel

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Brunhilde Pomsel (b. 11 January 1911 in Berlin; d. 27 January 2017 in München) was the German chief secretary of Joseph Goebbels with access to top-secret papers during the war. In 2016, shortly before her death, she stated that neither she nor her co-workers knew of the alleged mass exterminations.[1][2]

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  1. 'He got away lightly with suicide': Goebbels' secretary, 100, breaks vow of silence to reveal secrets of Hitler's propaganda minister
  2. I 'Knew Nothing' About Holocaust