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by Peter Neville

Author: Peter Neville
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 16, 2003)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.9
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The narrative is as gripping as an adventure story. Series: Routledge Historical Biographies.

Peter Neville teaches history at the University of East Anglia. He is the author of Appeasing Hitler: The Diplomacy of Sir Nevile Henderson 1937-9 (2000) and of short studies of Churchill and Chamberlain. He is a Fellow the Royal Historical Society. Paperback: 256 pages.

Peter Neville is well known as a thoroughly reliable historian of the pre-WW2 period in which he has a well-deserved reputation

Peter Neville is well known as a thoroughly reliable historian of the pre-WW2 period in which he has a well-deserved reputation. He writes with authority and has the enviable knack of conveying complex issues in a clear and engaging manner. His Mussolini is no exception.

Mussolini (Routledge Historical Biographies). Published September 15th 2014 by Routledge. Author(s): Peter Neville.

Written by experts in their fields they are designed to help students either starting out on a course, or revising before exams. Far from being dry, academic texts however, they are also perfect, affordable books for the history buff.

Peter Neville is well known as a thoroughly reliable historian of the pre-WW2 period in which he has a well-deserved reputation

Peter Neville is well known as a thoroughly reliable historian of the pre-WW2 period in which he has a well-deserved reputation. The narrative is as gripping as an adventure story. Anthony Lentin, Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, UK.

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series Routledge Historical Biographies.

Although he could be both ruthless and opportunistic, Benito Mussolini was also driven by ideology and his desire to make Italy great. But conservative forces in the Italian establishment and factional warfare in his own fascist party were stumbling blocks to his policy, and ultimately Italy never became as fascist as Mussolini would have liked.

Clear and engaging, this survey is key to the understanding of one of the most fascinating twentieth century European dictators.