One Italian Family’s Fight Against Fascism
Award-winning writer Caroline Moorehead, in the concluding volume of her remarkable WW2 Resistance trilogy, draws on the unseen letters and diaries of an extraordinary family in Mussolini’s Italy. The Rosellis, mother and two sons, were in many ways a family like any other, but in their bold and uncompromising resistance to the brutal rule of Fascism, they lived at the limits of love, loyalty and sacrifice.
Caroline Moorehead is the New York Times bestselling author of A Train in Winter. An acclaimed biographer of Martha Gellhorn and Bertrand Russell, amongst others, Caroline Moorehead lives between London and Italy.Rabbi Julia Neuberger
Rabbi Julia Neuberger is Senior Rabbi at West London Synagogue, and was the second woman rabbi in the UK, the first to have a congregation of her own worldwide. She is a cross bench member of the House of Lords and a social commentator, writing and broadcasting on a variety of social and religious issues.