Clare Sheridan and her son, Dick, at the Charlie Chaplin Studios, 1921. Dick died in 1937.
Clare Sheridan was a convent school girl.
In 1920, Clare Sheridan, a sculptor, travelled from London to Moscow to produce busts of Trotsky, Lenin and other Soviet leaders.
Clare's mother was Clarita Jerome (Jacobson), who was the sister of Jennie Jerome (Jacobson), who married Winston Churchill's father.
Clare Sheridan and Trotsky 'became lovers'.
Trotsky was 39 and married, Clare was 35 and widowed.
Charlie Chaplin and Dick Sheridan, 1921. Chaplin was said to be part of the KosherNostra. CHARLIE CHAPLIN.
Clare's lovers are said to have included Lev Kamenev, Lord Alexander Thynne, Lord Birkenhead, Lenin, Felix Dzerzhinsky, a French general, a French socialist politician and Charlie Chaplin.
Clare befriended Mussolini and said that "Mussolini had converted her from Bolshevism to Fascism."
Clare fell out with Mussolini after he tried to rape her.
In 1923, Clare went to Germany to hear Hitler speak.
She found Hitler unresponsive to female charm.
Clare and her cousin Winston Churchill were very close, even though Churchill had been informed that Clare was giving away secrets to the Soviets.
Clare visited Churchill at Chartwell during the war. He invited her to Downing Street to sculpt his bust.
Churchill's mentor was said to be Lord Victor Rothschild.
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