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  1. Unity Valkyrie Freeman-Mitford (8 August 1914 – 28 May 1948) was a British socialite, known for her relationship with Adolf Hitler. Both in Great Britain and Germany, she was a prominent supporter of Nazism , fascism and antisemitism , and belonged to Hitler's inner circle of friends.

  2. Unity Mitford (8 August 1914 – 28 May 1948) was known as "Bobo" or "Boud" to her siblings. Her adulation of, and friendship with, Adolf Hitler was widely publicised. She shot herself in the head just hours after Britain declared war on Germany, [6] but failed to kill herself.

  3. 11/10/2013 · The scandalous life of Unity Mitford is unveiled in a new biography. It goes against the aristocratic family's attempts to paint her relationship with Hitler as 'youthful fancy'. Author David ...

  4. The Mitford family in 1928; Front row, from left to right , the mother Sydney Bowles, the daughters Unity, Jessica and Deborah, the father David Freeman-Mitford, 2nd baron Redesdale ; second row, Diana and Pamela ; back row, Nancy and Tom.

  5. Nancy Freeman-Mitford CBE (28 November 1904 – 30 June 1973), known as Nancy Mitford, was an English novelist, biographer, and journalist. The eldest of the Mitford sisters , she was regarded as one of the " bright young things " on the London social scene in the inter-war period .

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › UnityUnity - Wikipedia

    Unity, a ship that disappeared near Tasmania in 1813; Software. Unity (user interface), from Canonical (Ubuntu 11.04–17.04) Unity Application Block, part of Microsoft Enterprise Library; Unity (game engine), a multi-platform game engine and development toolkit; Unity Technologies, developer of Unity game engine

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Diana_MosleyDiana Mosley - Wikipedia

    Diana, Lady Mosley (née Freeman-Mitford; 17 June 1910 – 11 August 2003) was one of the Mitford sisters. In 1929 she married Bryan Walter Guinness , heir to the barony of Moyne , with whom she was part of the Bright Young Things social group of Bohemian young aristocrats and socialites in 1920s London.