Born in 1954 Germany, and spending 30 years growing up there, I know that most female receptionist of the Wehrmacht survived the war. Unlike very young or very old men pressed into frontline combat during the last stages of the war,
women of any age where generally not encouraged to experience combat.
The Secretaries working in Bentler Strasse, working for the Insurrection could mostly talk their way out of it, by claiming: "We just acted on orders".
However if their was a "hostile witness", They where shipped to extermination camps. So some very active lower ranks even got away with it, but definately not the officers.
i' ve read about colonel Count Stauffenberg' s daughter
born in 1945.
After the coup failure, the families of the plotters
were rounded up and deported to camps for extermination.
Among them was the pregnant Countess Nina Von Stauffenberg
and her children.
However her state saved her from immediate execution.
By the time the baby was born the war was over.
Doubt you'll see this 8 years later but I just wanted to say that is remarkable. I know, from the TC film, that she lived a long life. Thank God for that.