London: The 81-year-old daughter of SS military commander Heinrich Himmler is reportedly still following in the footsteps of her father by helping the aging remnants of the Nazi regime to evade justice. Gudrun Burwitz has reportedly always nurtured the memory of her father, believing the man who ran the Gestapo, the SS and the extermination program that murdered six million Jews, to be good and worthy. She is the leading figure in the shadowy support group Stille Hilfe -Silent Help, that offers financial help to the remaining members of the Nazi regime.The group, which was formed in 1951 by a group of high-ranking SS officers and right-wing clergy in Germany, still exists “to provide quiet but active assistance to those who lost their freedom during or after the war by capture, internment or similar circumstance and who need help to this day”.Reports suggest that it is now being reportedly handled by Burwitz, and that she has become the ‘grandmother’ to a new breed of female Nazis on the radical right, the Daily Mail reports.Meanwhile, Burwitz, the ‘Princess of Nazism,’ as one historian called her, has said that she does not like speaking about her work.”I never talk about my work. I just do what I can when I can.”