The Last Days of Mussolini

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Sutton, 2006 - History - 442 pages
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Overthrown in July 1943, then forced by Hitler to take up the reins of government once again, Benito Mussolini was captured and executed by Italian partisans on 28 April 1945. Ray Moseley’s dramatic and comprehensive reconstruction of Mussolini's last days draws on the dictator's own bitter observations about his life and legacy and refutes many theories about his death.

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Ray Moseley is the former chief European correspondent of the Chicago Tribune and was the runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in international reporting. Author of the widely acclaimed Mussolini's Shadow: The Double Life of Count Galeazzo Ciano (Yale University Press, 1999), he now lives in the UK.

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