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Books: Hannah Rothschild's “The Baroness' review.

April 8, 2013

Rothschild's biography chronicles the outré life of her great-aunt Nica, one of the most unconventional scions of the famous banking dynasty. In 1951, Pannonica (Nica) de Koenigswarter, née Rothschild, left her husband (a French diplomat) and her five children, and decamped to New York . . . (Subscription required.)

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