Benito Mussolini led the Fascist state in Italy before and during the war until his country s capitulation. He was then imprisoned, rescued by his ally, Hitler, and finally executed by partisans at the end of the war.
Raymond Klibansky is Frothingham Professor of McGill University, Montreal, and Emeritus Professor of Wolfson College, Oxford. At the end of the war, it was Professor Klibansky who gathered the numerous first-hand accounts of Mussolini s last months that make up the appendices.
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