|Born||7 March 1904|
April 1988 (aged 83–84)|
|Occupation||Director of a fashion-house|
|Employer||House of Balmain|
While in Paris as a buyer for Fortnum & Mason, she met Paul-Emile Seidmann, a doctor. In 1939, they married. Shortly afterwards, during World War II, they fled Nazi-occupied Paris by bicycle. She was subsequently decorated for assisting the American Army of Liberation. Seidmann was made a Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur for his work with concentration camp survivors.
She retired, a widow, to London, and died there in April 1988.
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- —— (1976). Long Road to Freedom The story of her life under the German Occupation. Robert Hale. ISBN 978-0709155928.
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