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With the approval of U.S. officials, the AP arranged with an SS officer to obtain pictures taken by Nazi photographers and distribute them to American newspapers.

The secret deal the Associated Press made with the Nazis during WWII

With the approval of U. officials, the AP arranged with an SS officer to obtain pictures taken by Nazi photographers and distribute them to American newspapers.

Robert Redford style - Google Search

Robert Redford style - Google Search

Lady Mosley (nee Hon Diana Mitford) who is the wife of Sir Oswald Mosley  23rd October 1968

Lady Mosley (nee Hon Diana Mitford) who is the wife of Sir Oswald Mosley October 1968

Unity Mitford being carried from a Folkestone hotel before being transported to her home in High Wycombe  4th January 1940

Unity Mitford being carried from a Folkestone hotel before being transported to her home in High Wycombe January 1940

Unity Valkyrie Freeman-Mitford (1914 - 1948), fourth daughter of Lord and Lady Redesdale. Unity famously supported the Nazi party and in the period leading up to World War II, spent a large amount of time in Germany, often in the company of Adolf Hitler who she developed an obsession with. In 1939 following Britain's declaration of war on Germany she attempted suicide by shooting herself but she survived and was sent back to the UK to recover. Unity died in 1948 aged 33 after suffering from…

Unity Valkyrie Freeman-Mitford (1914 - 1948), fourth daughter of Lord and Lady Redesdale. Unity famously supported the Nazi party and in the period leading up to World War II, spent a large amount of time in Germany, often in the company of Adolf Hitler who she developed an obsession with. In 1939 following Britain's declaration of war on Germany she attempted suicide by shooting herself but she survived and was sent back to the UK to recover. Unity died in 1948 aged 33 after suffering from…

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Diana Mitford with her husband Sir Oswald Mosley looking generally miserable and fascist.

"Bye Bye Birdie" Columbia Pictures April 4, 1963

Bye Bye Birdie Turns 50

Dick Van Dyke and Janet Leigh perform in a scene from the movie Bye Bye Birdie directed by George Sidney.

NANCY (1904-1973) Nancy Mitford was renown for her fiction work Love in a Cold Climate. After WWII she ended a sham marriage, and moved to Paris. She had fallen in love with a French military officer whom she never married. When Nancy was dying Jessica and Diana came to Paris to be with her. They still could not speak to each other, their politics kept them forever apart.Nancy was the worldly Mitford, chain smoking, a competitive drinker, acclaimed writer and adventure lover.

BEFORE women’s rights fuelled a global debate, there were the Mitford girls.

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