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Attached is a post-World War II interview with Hollywood star Marlene Dietrich (1901 1992) concerning all the many places throughout the European Theater of Operations that she performed before Allied audiences, at times performing very close to the German front line.

Marlene Dietrich's only daughter, Maria Riva Dietrich (b. 1924), wrote that her mother, feeling a deep sense of pity and gratitude, made love to a very large number of front line soldiers.

CLICK HERE to read another article about Marlene Dietrich.

Read more about the USO of W.W. II...

Click here to read about a popular all-girl band that performed with the USO.

Click here to read about the woman who entertained
the U.S. troops during the First World War.

     


Marlene Dietrich Did Her Bit (Yank Magazine, 1945)

Marlene Dietrich Did Her Bit (Yank Magazine, 1945)

Marlene Dietrich Did Her Bit (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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