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18 March 2012
Oswald Mosley by Robert Skidelsky is a good book about one of the more interesting and infamous characters in twentieth century British politics. The story of Mosley and his fall from being the great hope of the Labour Party to the leader of an odious band of thugs is a fascinating tale and is dealt with very well by the author. The book itself is fast-paced, interesting and opinionated although it does have to be said that the sections on the post-1930s period is not up to the quality of what has gone before. Overall, it is a very good and interesting book.
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