DIANA MOSLEY, A Life,

By: Jan Dalley

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Faber & Faber Ltd, London - first edition, 1999. Hardcover, 9½" x 6¼", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Dark-red cloth-bound boards with black type to spine, 16 b&w photographs, notes, select bibliography, and index. Diana was the fourth child of the celebrated English Mitford family; she had brains, beauty, charm, wealth and social position - all of which she risked to follow the creed of fascism and its British leader, Sir Oswald Mosely, who became her second husband. She became friends with Hitler and Goebbels, but by 1940 she wa languishing in a damp English prison. Her fascinating story has an astonishing cast of characters, and shines the spotlight onto some neglected truths about England - its attitudes and prejudices, its strenghts and its hypocrisy.

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