Dagmar Cronstedt

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Dagmar Cronstedt (1919–2006) was a Swedish countess who during the Second World War worked at Radio Königsberg, broadcasting German propaganda to neutral Sweden. She mainly did a talk show together with Brita Bager, focussing on current news events.[1]

She married the Nobel prize winner physiologist and pharmacologist Ulf von Euler in 1958.[2]

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