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  1. Lady Cynthia Blanche Mosley (née Curzon; 23 August 1898 – 16 May 1933), nicknamed "Cimmie", was a British aristocrat, politician and the first wife of the British Fascist politician Sir Oswald Mosley.

  2. 14 de jun. de 2022 · Neste mesmo ano, Lady Cynthia se juntou ao partido do Mosley e nunca mais ganhou eleições. Durante o casamento, Mosley supostamente teve vários casos, inclusive com a irmã mais nova da esposa e sua madrasta. Cynthia morreu de peritonite em 1933, deixando três filhos. Oswald Mosley e a ascensão do fascismo na Grã-Bretanha

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  3. 11 de jun. de 2022 · Mosleys first wife, Lady CynthiaCimmieMosley, died in 1933 and was more than aware of her husband’s infidelity as discretion was not attempted (including disappearing for hours at a...

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  4. Cynthia Blanche Mosley, surnommée Cimmie, née Curzon le 23 août 1898 et décédée le 16 mai 1933, est une femme politique britannique d'origine anglo-américaine. C'est aussi la première épouse de Oswald Mosley, fondateur de la British Union of Fascists. Elle est elle-même membre du parlement britannique pour le Parti ...

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  5. Cynthia Mosley. Cynthia Blanche Curzon, the second daughter of the foreign secretary, George Curzon, the former Conservative Party M.P and later, Viceroy of India, was born at Reigate Priory, on 23rd August 1898. Cimmie, as she was known, lived in India until 1905.

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

    He soon became leader of the newly formed British Union of Fascists and Diana became his lover; Mosley was then married to Lady Cynthia Mosley, a daughter of Lord Curzon, a former Viceroy of India, and his first wife, the American mercantile heiress Mary Victoria Leiter.

  7. Cynthia died of peritonitis in 1933, after which Mosley married his mistress Diana Guinness, née Mitford (1910–2003). They married in secret in Nazi Germany on 6 October 1936 in the Berlin home of Germany's Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda Joseph Goebbels .