Ilsa went with him and became a SS-Aufseherin overseer at the camp.
More: But after huge public pressure she was re-arrested the following year, trialled in west Germany and sentenced to life before she hanged herself in 1967.
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She was described by her teachers and neighbours alike as being a polite, friendly girl and her childhood was considered normal by the standards of her time.
She was convicted of charges of incitement to murder, incitement to attempted murder and incitement to the crime of committing grievous bodily harm, and on 15 January 1951 was sentenced to life imprisonment and permanent forfeiture of civil rights.
She later made several petitions for a pardon, all of which were rejected by the Bavarian Ministry of Justice.