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Unity Valkyrie Mitford:
August 8, 1914–May 28, 1948

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One hundred years ago today, Unity Valkyrie Mitford was born. Unity was easily the most notorious of the Mitford girls, the six daughters of David Freeman-Mitford, 2nd Baron Redesdale and his wife Sydney (née Bowles).

Diana Mitford became the wife of Sir Oswald Mosley. Unity became Hitler’s confidante. Jessica became a Communist journalist. Nancy became a novelist and biographer. Deborah, who is still alive at 94, became the Duchess of Devonshire. Read more …

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Unity Mitford

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“She learned to walk again, but never fully recovered. She was incontinent and childish.”

She had sat at the Chancellor’s feet, a rival
to Eva Braun, highborn, blue-eyed, contrary
to the reds, dykes and faggots of Bloomsbury,
armed with only Campbell’s Flowering Rifle.
Surely she’d been guilty of high treason?
(Albion is a better place today,
a heaven for the black man and the gay!)
Nevertheless, this was not the reason Read more …

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In Englischer Garten

Unity Mitford, November 9, 1937

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“On September 3, 1939, the day of England’s declaration of war against Germany, Unity Mitford sat down upon a bench in a Munich park and put a bullet through her temple. The suicide attempt failed . . .”1

Tall willows shade the paths which wind between
The flower beds and grassy plots where you
Often walked. You spoke of what would happen
Should Germany and England decide to
Embark on war: Read more …

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Interview with a Poetess:
Andy Nowicki Interviews Juleigh Howard-Hobson

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The following is my interview with Juleigh Howard-Hobson, whose new book of poems, I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group” and Other Poems, is now available from Counter-Currents. My questions are in italics; Juleigh’s answers follow.

As a poet, you have achieved significant success, both inside and outside of “the movement.” Read more …

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Unity Valkyrie Mitford:
August 8, 1914–May 28, 1948

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Ninety-nine years ago today, Unity Valkyrie Mitford was born. Unity was easily the most notorious of the Mitford girls, the six daughters of David Freeman-Mitford, 2nd Baron Redesdale and his wife Sydney (née Bowles).

Diana Mitford became the wife of Sir Oswald Mosley. Unity became Hitler’s confidante. Jessica became a Communist journalist. Nancy became a novelist and biographer. Deborah, who is still alive at 93, became the Duchess of Devonshire. Read more …

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Those Mitford Girls

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Jessica Mitford
A Fine Old Conflict
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977

David Pryce-Jones
Unity Mitford: An Enquiry into Her Life and the Frivolity of Evil
New York: Dial Press, 1977

Jessica and Unity Mitford are two of six remarkable daughters of the Redesdales, an aristocratic British family. Read more …

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Unity Valkyrie Mitford:
August 8, 1914–May 28, 1948

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During my recent travels, my light reading consisted of several thick books on the Mitford girls, the six daughters of David Freeman-Mitford, 2nd Baron Redesdale and his wife Sydney (née Bowles).

Diana Mitford became the wife of Sir Oswald Mosley. Unity Valkyrie Mitford became Hitler’s confidante. Read more …

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In Englischer Garten

Unity Mitford, November 9, 1937

174 words

“On September 3, 1939, the day of England’s declaration of war against Germany, Unity Mitford sat down upon a bench in a Munich park and put a bullet through her temple. The suicide attempt failed . . .”1

Tall willows shade the paths which wind between
The flower beds and grassy plots where you
Often walked. You spoke of what would happen
Should Germany and England decide to
Embark on war: Read more …

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Unity Mitford

117 words

“She learned to walk again, but never fully recovered. She was incontinent and childish.”

She had sat at the Chancellor’s feet, a rival
to Eva Braun, highborn, blue-eyed, contrary
to the reds, dykes and faggots of Bloomsbury,
armed with only Campbell’s Flowering Rifle.
Surely she’d been guilty of high treason?
(Albion is a better place today,
a heaven for the black man and the gay!)
Nevertheless, this was not the reason Read more …

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Video of the Day 
Hitler’s British Girl

time: 48:00 minutes, in 5 parts

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