It's the early 20th century, about forty years after American heiresses first streamed overseas to trade cash for British titles, and England finds itself undergoing seismic political changes. The end of the First World War has brought amazing opportunities for women, especially the American transports. Over the next two decades, they will take high society by storm, take a seat in Parliament, and even take down a king. Experience these women's remarkable stories, which inspired "Downton Abbey," and discover how their legacy lives on today.
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The Nutcracker (Op.71) - Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
Performed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
[heard during a scene of Emerald Cunard's salon] See more