Benito Mussolini’s Surprising Pen Pal

By Marc Roland. Here is a shocker: Winston Churchill carried on personal correspondence with his “deadly enemy,” Benito Mussolini, not only before but during World War II. More extraordinary still, just wait till you learn the contents of those remarkable letters. [Read the entire article as PDF…]

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Taken from

The Barnes Review, September/October 2010: Lady Michèle Renouf in Teheran

VOLUME XV, NUMBER 5


 

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