London, Jan 4 (ANI): Children's author Enid Blyton might have been a sympathiser to Hitler and the Nazi party, it has been claimed.
The author, who created Noddy, the Famous Five and the Secret Seven, was at a dinner party in the 1930s where she discussed appeasing Hitler.
And the new claims have come from Ida -Pollock, the widow of Blyton's ex-husband Hugh Pollock.
Aged, 101, Ida, who is prolific novelist herself, said that Pollock and Blyton attended the controversial dinner while they were still married.
"There seems to have been a lot of talk about -appeasing Hitler. I don't know what Enid Blyton thought about appeasement, but it's pretty certain she didn't want to walk out," the Daily Express quoted Pollock as saying.
On the other hand, her husband stormed off in disgust.
Pollock, who lives in Cornwall has just published her memoirs. (ANI)