Rotha Lintorn-Orman (1895-1935) was an early British fascist and was the founder and sometime leader of the British Fascisti, the first avowedly fascist movement to appear in British politics.
Born as Rotha Beryl Orman in Kensington London, she was the daughter of Charles Edward Orman, a Major from the Essex Regiment, and his wife, Blanch Lintorn, née Simmons. Her maternal grandfather was Field Marshal Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons. She would later adopt the name of Rotha Lintorn-Orman.
She served in World War I as a member of the Women's Reserve Ambulance and was decorated for her contribution at the Great Thessaloniki Fire of 1917. nShe also served with the Scottish Women's Hospital Corps. In these early years she developed a strong sense of British nationalism, and became a staunch monarchist and imperialist. She continued her work in the field of military medicine after the war, becoming head of the Red Cross Motor School to train drivers in the battlefield