Adam Fergusson

Adam Fergusson, a specialist in European affairs and foreign policy, has been a journalist, politician and special adviser to the Foreign Office. He has written five books which include: Roman Go Home, The Lost Embassy, Scone, and a history of the Weimar inflation, When Money Dies
What Happened at the Metropole: A Play in Two Acts
In Association with the Wiener Library. What Happened at the Metropole – a docudrama in two acts – is written by Adam Fergusson and Caroline Moorehead. Derived from the records of a meeting held by the International Red Cross in Geneva in 1942 in response to newly available evidence about the death camps, the play features characters based on real historical figures. An enacted play-reading presents leading actors, to include Eleanor Bron, Philip Fox, Ilan Goo...