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|This volume reprints the Italian dictator's extraordinary comments, capturing the spirit and personality of Il Duce as no other book does.|
|Just before the start of the 2002 Wales v Scotland match in Cardiff, the stadium announcer asked people to stand and acknowledge Bill McLaren's great contribution to the sport. The whole ground rose, leaving McLaren choking back the tears.|
|Although something is lost in translation, both these volumes show, in Mussolini's |
own words, his vigor and contemporary views. In My Rise (first published in
English in 1928 as My Autobiography) Mussolini speaks of his parents and his
|7 R. J. B. Bosvvorth, Mussolini (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), 52. 13 |
Ibid., 43. 14 Benito Mussolini, My Autobiography (New York: Charles Scribners
Sons, 1928), 4. 17 Emil Ludwig, Talks with Mussolini (Boston: Little, Brown, and ...
|The relevant volumes are: Mussolini il rivoluzionario 1883–1920 (Einaudi, 1965); |
Mussolini il fascista: I, La conquista del potere 1921–25 ... Mussolini's own My
Autobiography (Hutchinson, 1928) also has to carry a major health warning.
|Acting as Mussolini's mouthpiece in America, Child's effusions approached |
idolatry.” Taken ... Benito Mussolini, My Autobiography (New York, 1928), preface
by Richard Washburn Child, p. ix, Mussolini, Vita di Arnaldo (Rome, 1933), pp.
|Note: Mussolini's political programme is referred to throughout as Fascism (with a |
capital) to avoid confusion with ... 1978); Benito Mussolini, My Autobiography (
Hutchinson & Co., ); Benito Mussolini, The Corporate State, 2nd edn.