Foreign News: Refugees

Most fortunate European refugee of the week was Prince Alexander Hohen-Lohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst, a naturalized Pole of Austrian-German extraction who fled to Rumania last month with U. S. Ambassador to Poland Anthony J. Drexel Biddle Jr., Mrs. Biddle and her daughter by a previous marriage, Miss Peggy Schulze. In Paris, with U. S. Ambassador to France William Christian Bullitt acting as best man, the 21-year-old Prince married 18-year-old Peggy, whose mother is an $85,000,000 copper heiress.

No. 1 British refugee in Germany remained beauteous, Nazi-struck Hon. Unity Valkyrie Freeman-Mitford, sister-in-law of No. 1 British Fascist...

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