Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography

Who is Diana in Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography and what is their importance?

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Diana is one of Jessica's older sisters. The two are very close until Diana gets married (Jessica isn't a fan of Diana's husband), but after only a few years the couple divorces. Diana goes onto spend most of her time in Germany. She is a Nazi sympathizer and moves in the same circles as her sister, Boud.

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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography