GREAT BRITAIN: Just Daisy

Being a baroness was never enough to satisfy ambitious Daisy von Freyberg. At the age of 18 she took on a stage name, Daisy D'Ora, and became one of the more curvesome ornaments of Germany's silver screen. The international film Almanac of 1931 listed her as a "young lover" type, and that same year blonde Baroness Daisy earned still another title: Miss Germany. Sought after by the great and powerful in the twin worlds of Art and Fashion, Daisy in 1932 gave up her own career to marry a wealthy and successful young diplomat named Oskar...

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