My Life (Oswald Mosley autobiography)

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My Life
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Author Oswald Mosley
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Autobiography
Publisher Nelson
Publication date
1968
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 521
ISBN 0-17-142009-8
OCLC 245659224

My Life is the autobiography of the British Fascist leader Sir Oswald Mosley. It was published in 1968.

Release[edit]

The book was published in 1968. To coincide with the release of the book, the BBC broadcast a Panorama special, seen by a record audience.[1]

The book was later released in the United States, promotion included Mosley and his wife Diana's appearing on Good Morning America in support of the book.[1]

Reception[edit]

Commercially the book was a success, becoming a best-seller. Mosley's wife Diana Mosley, provided samples of critical reviews in her own autobiography A Life of Contrasts.

"Mosley is a superb political thinker, the best of our age." A.J.P. Taylor[1]

"The only living Englishman who could perfectly well have been either Conservative or Labour prime minister," Malcolm Muggeridge[1]

"He displays yet another talent, for it is the best-written volume of memoirs emanating from my generation." Sir Colin Coote[1]

"In the field of ideas he was a creative force," Lord Longford[1]

"We are confronted by a man of powerful will and bold intelligence, self-disciplined, by no means lacking in shrewdness or even humour, a spell-binding speaker, a truly formidable figure" Colin Welch, Daily Mail[1]

"memorable and important pieces of writing." Christopher Sykes[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Mosley, Diana (1977). A Life of Contrasts. Hamish Hamilton. 

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