Burg became known for her long-term relationship with the film star Hans Albers who she met while they were acting together. The Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels forced them to split up because she was Jewish, although they remained in secret contact. During the Second World War she lived in exile in Britain. She returned in 1945 and settled down to live with Albers again. Her father died in Theresienstadt concentration camp.
- Mutter Erde (1919)
- Abenteuer der Bianetti (1919)
- Das Mädchen aus der Ackerstraße (1919)
- Der unsichtbare Dieb (1920)
- ["Doctor Goebbels: His Life and Death" By Roger Manvell, Heinrich Fraenkel]
- Burleigh p.301-302
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- Kosta, Barbara. Willing Seduction: The Blue Angel, Marlene Dietrich, and Mass Culture. Berghahn Books, 2009
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