Diana Mosley, Hitler's angel, dies unrepentant in Paris Paris Wednesday August 13, 2003 http://www.guardian.co.uk/france/story/0,11882,1017750,00.html Diana Mosley, widow of Britain's pre-war fascist party leader Sir Oswald Mosley and one of the notorious Mitford sisters, has died in her Paris apartment at the age of 93. Lady Mosley, who spent much of the second world war in prison in Britain, died peacefully on Monday in the city where she had lived for over half a century, according to a death notice published today in the Times. Despite unabating criticism of her fascist sympathies, she never apologised for her fascination with Adolf Hitler, who attended her secret wedding to Sir Oswald, held at Joseph Goebbels' Berlin home in 1936. "They'll go on persecuting me until I say Hitler was ghastly," she said in a recent interview. "Well, what's the point in saying that? We all know that he was a monster, that he was very cruel and did terrible things. But that doesn't alter the fact that he was obviously an interesting figure. "It was fascinating for me, at 24, to sit and talk with him, to ask him questions and get answers, even if they weren't true ones. No torture on earth would get me to say anything different." The Mosleys moved to France in the 1950s, where they were well known for their entertaining. Sir Oswald died in 1980 and as a widow, Diana Mosley remained in Paris to continue her husband's work.