A Life of Contrasts

A Life of Contrasts

The Autobiography of Diana Mosley

Book - 2002
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Secretly married in 1935 Germany to the British fascist leader Oswald Mosely, Diana Mitford was imprisoned in Holloway Prison in 1941 after her husband was arrested on 23 May. The man whose government had ordered their imprisonment, Winston Churchill, was also the father of her closest childhood school friends, Randolph and Diana Churchill. In this autobiography she tells what motivated her life and under what exceptional circumstances it took place, while meeting the two most powerful politicians of 20th-century Europe. In this edition new chapters have been added on the death of Sir Oswald and her glamerous circle of friends.
Publisher: London : Gibson Square Books, 2002, 2003.
ISBN: 9781903933084
Branch Call Number: 941.082 MOS
Characteristics: 280 p., [24] p. of plates : ports. ; 22 cm.


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