How much is Jane Anderson worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Jane Anderson? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Jane Anderson's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Jane Anderson (Atlanta, Georgia, United States, January 6, 1888 - Madrid, Spain, May 5, 1972), for its beauty known as "The Georgia Peach" and derisively "Lady Haw-Haw", Anderson was a world-renowned journalist during the First World War and the Spanish Civil War, the main propagandist of the national side in American territory. During the Second World War she worked for the Germans, so in 1943 she was accused of treason, being later acquitted for lack of evidence. \n \n\nJane_Anderson's Biography \n Daughter of the couple formed by Robert M. "Red" Anderson, friend of the showman Buffalo Bill and Ellen Luckie Anderson, from one of the leading families of Atlanta, spent his adolescence in the territory of Arizona and later lived with her grandparents at Demorest, where she attended Piedmont College, where she was expelled in 1904. She finished her studies at the Kidd-Key women's school in Dallas. He moved to New York in 1909, where he lived until 1915. During his stay he wrote a series of stories published between 1910 and 1913. \n Married in first nuptials with the American composer Deems Taylor (1910-1918) and in second with the Spanish aristocrat Eduardo \u00c1lvarez de Cienfuegos (1934). \n War correspondent \n In September 1915 he traveled to Europe, where he remained until 1918, being one of the few female correspondents during World War I, standing in the front line and sending his chronicles to British newspapers, the conservative Daily Mail, and Americans. In 1916 he suffered a shock from one of his visits to the British trenches. \n Donald E. Wilkes tells how Jane knew intimately the Polish novelist Joseph Conrad who adopted English as a literary language. Some of his experiences and characters related to the smuggling of weapons in favor of the Carlists are described in La flecha de oro (1919), especially its protagonist, Do\u00f1a Rita, literary transcript of a Spanish lover who had in those years and in the story "El tremolino", while some of its scales on the Asturian coast are described in La posada de las dos brujas, 1913. \n In 1922 he returned to Europe as a correspondent for the American news agency International News Service (INS) of the Hearst Corporation owned by press mogul William Randolph Hearst. \n Spain \n Converted to Catholicism, on October 23, 1934, she married the Spanish nobleman Eduardo \u00c1lvarez de Cienfuegos in the Cathedral of Seville, living in Spain. \n Because of its anti-Communist tendency in July 1936, it immediately offered its services to the rebellious side by sending its chronicles of war to the British Daily Mail. On August 21, 1936, the Soviet ambassador to the Republican government, Marcel Izrailevich Rosenberg, offered him $ 150,000. for taking over the press and propaganda management. \n Accused of a fascist spy, on September 13, 1936, she was captured and imprisoned, tortured by Communist members of the Republican side and sentenced to death. \n In October 1936, thanks to the personal mediation of Consul Eric C. Wendelin and the intervention of United States Secretary Cordell Hull, he was released on condition of leaving Spain. \n His experiences in Spain moved his political loyalty to the rebellious side. \n United States \n Upon his return to the United States he narrates both his prison experience and the events of the Spanish Civil War, becoming, in the opinion of the Catholic Digest newspaper, the most important of the anti-communist propagandists, competing with Monsignor Fulton Sheen. Jane, known in North America as Marquesa de Cienfuegos, denounces the Spanish Revolution as part of the communist strategy to achieve world supremacy, characterizing the Republican side as a "ghost government" created and controlled by the Soviet Union. \n Their hot and vehement talks about the tortures, rapes and humiliations inflicted on the religious ones wins over the American Catholic public that pressures the Roosevelt Administration so that the United States maintains its policy of nonintervention. Because of his sufferings in the Czech Republic he was considered by Bishop Fulton Sheen a living martyr. \n He suffers a defamation campaign orchestrated by antifascist ambassador Fernando de los R\u00edos who accuses her of being a spy sold to the dictator Francisco Franco. He commented on how in exchange for his silence he had been offered blank checks. \n With the Francoist patronage devised and manages the National Routes (Spanish State Tourist Service) set up by Luis Bol\u00edn, the only travel agency specializing in War tourism. Thanks to their management, American Catholics travel to Spain to see first-hand the effects of the Red Terror in Spain. \n Tour of Spain \n He returned to Spain in 1938 working for the Ministry of Propaganda. \n In March 1939, the couple visited the city of Burgos, capital of the rebellious side, being interviewed by a journalist from El Castellano who handed over a church book of Santa Mar\u00eda la Real and Antigua de Gamonal, of which Jane was devout In the month of August of 1939 he returned to Burgos with the bishop of Savanah-Atlanta, Dr. Gerald Patrick Aloysius O'Hara, the reader of the cathedral and his secretary. During the banquet offered by the Anglophile Spanish Chancellor Juan Beigbeder , he went on to say of her that she had been the woman who had done the most for Spain in the civil war. \n Germany \n For his work he calls the attention of the Reichs-Rundfunk-Gesellschaft, German State Radio, which offered him a position in Berlin in 1940. Since the spring of 1941 he resides in Berlin, and after his meeting with Joseph Goebbels, a minister who appreciated his propaganda work in Spain, began publishing in the National Socialist newspaper News from Germany, published in English. From April 14, 1941, to April 6, 1942, she works as a radio announcer on a short-wave radio station that broadcasts pro-German propaganda to the US and British troops she broadcast under the title of "The Georgia Peach." The soldiers nicknamed her "Lady Haw-Haw" in reference to another propagandist, William Joyce, nicknamed "Lord Haw-Haw" by the British press. He fell out of favor with the Nazi Propaganda Ministry being removed from the 1942 program. \n When Nazi Germany declared war on the United States on December 11, 1941, US citizens were repatriated, but Anderson decided to stay there. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Jane Anderson\n\nThe Jane Anderson's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.