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My Life
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Oswald Mosley
2012 (denna utgåva)
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My Life är en bok av Oswald Mosley som först publicerades 1968.

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During his long life, the British Fascist leader Oswald Mosley knew just about everybody worth knowing. Politicians like Winston Churchill, Franklin D Roosevelt and Lloyd George. Leading society hostesses such as Lady Cunard, Mrs Randolph Hearst and Nancy Astor. He also knew Beaverbook, Northcliffe and Rothermere: the three most powerful press barons of their day. Authors like Compton Mackenzie and Henry Williamson were among his friends. And of course, Mosley had a unique personal insight into the characters of Hitler, Mussolini, Goering and the Goebbels.

On reading this book Michael Foot, Leader of the Labour Party during the 1980s, commented: “He came near to diverting the whole course of British history…What Mosley so valiantly stood for could have saved his country from the Hungry Thirties and the Second World War”.


  • About the Author
  • 1) Ancestry and Childhood
  • 2) School And Sandhurst
  • 3) Service in the First World War
  • 4) The Gaining of Experience
  • 5) Entry into Politics
  • 6) Marriage To Cynthia Curzon
  • 7) Youth and Age
  • 8) The Irish Question
  • 9) Elections
  • 10) Birmingham Proposals
  • 11) Roosevelt And American Industry
  • 12) Parliament and the Labour Party
  • 13) Ramsey Macdonald
  • 14) Resignation
  • 15) Consensus for National Action - Formation of the new Party
  • 16) The British Union of Fascists
  • 17) The Ideology of Fascism
  • 18) Jewish Opposition
  • 19) Hitler and Mussolini
  • 20) Why I Opposed the War
  • 21) Action at Outbreak of War - Imprisonment under 18B
  • 22) Personal Life After the War
  • 23) The Post-War European Idea
  • 24) North Kensington - Renewal of Communist Violence
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