Former journalist who penned the immensely important and successful novel, Mussolini: A New Life and has appeared on BBC TV. CapX Exclusive. In 1999, The Spectator garnered outrage from Peierls's family when it published an article by journalist Nicholas Farrell that alleged that Peierls was a spy for the Soviet Union. Nicholas Farrell, Author Phoenix (USA) $19.95 (560p) ISBN 978-1-84212-123-8 Nicholas Farrell. Whereas Mack Smith painted Mussolini as a dyed-in-the wool villain, Farrell takes a different view. Mussolini: A New Life: Farrell, Nicholas: 9781842121238: Books - Montague is immortalised in the 1981 film Chariots of Fire, where he is portrayed by Nicholas Farrell.Contrary to the film, however, he attended Oxford, not Cambridge, and went by the name Evelyn (EEV-lin) rather than Aubrey. Nicholas Farrell was a DAILY TELEGRAPH journalist in the second half of the 1990s and spent time investigating the forgeries and writing about the resurgence of Mussolini's reputation, fifty years after his death. CapX Exclusive. Nicholas Farrell is a journalist and author based in Italy. He ran in the 1924 Paris Olympics, placing sixth in the steeplechase race. Nicholas Farrell, a former Daily Telegraph journalist, now contributes to the Spectator Book Description Revelatory life of Mussolini, by a talented new biographer drawing on newly discovered material Nicholas Farrell (born October 2, 1958) is famous for being novelist. Evelyn Aubrey Montague (20 March 1900 – 30 January 1948) was an English athlete and journalist. Skip to main content.

Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. He currently resides in Essex, England, UK. Dithering while Italy crumbles.