Foreign News: Stinnes Daughter

Gluck auf! auf wiedersehn! thin-faced Germans, expatriates in Moscow, bared their heads in last week's chilly air and cried good wishes to a small, chunky blonde girl, who dressed in grey knickers, sat at the wheel of a smart tourist car. She, Clarenore Stinnes, daughter of the late Hugo Stinnes, Germany's post-War industrial tsar, had broken a transeurasian tour at Moscow.

With her black setter Lord for company & guard, a Swedish camera man and two chauffeurs to drive her baggage truck, she had already last week driven her car 7,300 miles in 42...

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