Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family

  • Title: Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family
  • Author: Nicholas Mosley
  • ISBN: 9780916583750
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Hardcover
  • ☆ Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family ☆ Nicholas Mosley - Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family, Rules of the Game Beyond the Pale Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family Once known as the most hated man in England Sir Oswald Mosley is an intriguing and infamous figure in British politics Rich and aristocratic Mosley began his political career within the fo
    ☆ Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family ☆ Nicholas Mosley - Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family, Rules of the Game Beyond the Pale Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family Once known as the most hated man in England Sir Oswald Mosley is an intriguing and infamous figure in British politics Rich and aristocratic Mosley began his political career within the fo

    • ☆ Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family ☆ Nicholas Mosley
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    Rules of the Game; Beyond the Pale: Memoirs of Sir Oswald Mosley and Family

    About Nicholas Mosley


    1. Nicholas Mosley was educated at Eton and Oxford He served in Italy during World War II, and published his first novel, Spaces of the Dark, in 1951 His book Hopeful Monsters won the 1990 Whitbread Award.Mosley was the author of several works of nonfiction, most notably the autobiography Efforts at Truth and a biography of his father, Sir Oswald Mosley, entitled Rules of the Game Beyond the Pale.


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    1. Academic historians are understandably dubious of memoirs, and of biographical accounts of controversial figures written by family members, and it is surely wise to take this account of the life of the founder of the British Union of Fascists, written by his son, with a healthy dose of salt However, the book succeeds in part because Nicholas Mosley does not claim to be writing a definitive history of British fascism, but rather a subjective view of a man who is rarely viewed with sympathy or rea [...]

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    2. Nicholas Mosley does a good job of impartially dealing with his father However, you can tell he worshiped him as Nicholas mother Cimmie and her sisters did, too.

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