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Mussolini & Churchill—Their Little-Known Personal Correspondence Before and During World War II
A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY
Benito Mussolini’s Surprising Pen Pal
Here is a shocker: Winston Churchill1 carried on personal correspondence with his “deadly enemy,” Benito Mussolini, not only before but during WorldWar II. More extraordinary still, just wait till you learn the contents of those remarkable letters.
Although still a popular controversy in Italy and, to a lesser degree, Britain and the United States, personal correspondence Winston Churchill carried on with Benito Mussolini before and during World War II is virtually unknown to the rest of the outside world. While such communication between two international statesmen who, publicly at any rate, were deadly enemies may not seem all that significant or even extraordinary, the supposed content of their letters makes them potentially significant in the extreme. [Read the entire article as PDF…]
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