Leonard Mosley

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Leonard Mosley (11 February 1913 – June 1992)[1] was a British journalist, historian, biographer and novelist. His works include five novels and biographies of General George Marshall,[2] Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, Orde Wingate, Walt Disney, Charles Lindbergh, Du Pont family, Eleanor Dulles, Allen Welsh Dulles, John Foster Dulles and Darryl F. Zanuck. He also worked as chief war correspondent for The Sunday Times.

Books (partial list)[edit]

  • Gideon Goes to War, Arthur Barker Ltd., 1955 (A biography of Orde Wingate)
  • The Cat and the Mice (New York, 1958)
  • Duel for Kilimanjaro 1959
  • The Cat and the Mice A German spy in Cairo. 1960
  • The Last days of the British Raj 1961
  • Haile Selassie The Conquering Lion. 1964
  • Battle of Britain: The making of a film (London, 1965)
  • Hirohito Emperor of Japan. 1966
  • On Borrowed Time (London, 1968)
  • Backs to the Wall London in World War 11. 1971
  • The Reich Marshall A biography of Herman Goering. 1974
  • Lindbergh Biography 1976
  • Dulles A biography of Eleanor, Allen and John Foster Dulles and their family network. 1978
  • Blood Relations The rise and fall of the Du Ponts of Delaware 1980

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