My Life (Oswald Mosley autobiography)

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My Life
Author Oswald Mosley
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Autobiography
Publisher Nelson
Publication date
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.


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]


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]


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

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