The Ciano diaries, 1939-1943: the complete, unabridged diaries of Count Galeazzo Ciano, Italian minister for foreign affairs, 1936-1943

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Doubleday, 1946 - World War, 1939-1945 - 584 pages
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Count Ciano was Mussolini's Minister for Foreign Affairs and also his son-in-law, and these diaries recount the day-to-day life of the Italian government during the years of World War Two, including ... Read full review

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Count Ciano was son-in-law to Benito Mussolini. After his death by execution in 1944, his diaries were smuggled out of Italy by his wife Edda, Mussolini's daughter, who strapped them to her waist and ... Read full review

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Serrano Sunefs visit to Rome June 514
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NaziSoviet Pact signed in Moscow
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Nazi invasion of Poland
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