Sequel Coming????

Recently, I was in Italy researching new material for my book. I met with Italian historians of WWII, Sergio Costigli and Erardo Unia.  I was briefed in the city of Alba at the Institute for the study of Beppe Fenaglio’s writings on the Italian resistance during WWII. The writings are discussed in “Inappropriate Conduct.”
Beppe Fenoglio was the premier writer of the partisans in Italy in WWII. Fenoglio amazingly wrote in English. His thinly disguised autobiography, the novel “Il Partigiano Johnny” (Johnny the partisan) is a classic of war and the first hand descriptions of combat. Fenoglio was a guerilla fighter for the monarchist partisans and also a liaison with the S.O.E. (Special Operations Executive) where Toronto Star reporter Paul Morton was based.
I hope to publish a second edition of “Inappropriate Conduct” including new information on the writings of Beppe Fenoglio.
Italian WWII historian Sergio Costagli and Don North in Cuneo, Italy.
Italian WWII historian Sergio Costagli and Don North in Cuneo, Italy.
Dinner with Italian historians Sergio Costagli & Gerardo Unia.
Dinner with Italian historians Sergio Costagli & Gerardo Unia.
Center for the study of the literature of Beppe Fenoglio, author of “Il Partigiano Johnny” (Johnny the Partisan), a novel of the resistance in Italy in WWII discussed in “Inappropriate Conduct.”
Center for the study of the literature of Beppe Fenoglio, author of “Il Partigiano Johnny” (Johnny the Partisan), a novel of the resistance in Italy in WWII discussed in “Inappropriate Conduct.”
Portrait of Beppe Fenoglio
Portrait of Beppe Fenoglio
Fenoglio center director Bianca Roagna explains artifacts of the resistance movement in WWII Italy
Fenoglio center director Bianca Roagna explains artifacts of the resistance movement in WWII Italy
Books by Beppe Feoglio
Books by Beppe Feoglio
Cathedral in Alba, Italy
Cathedral in Alba, Italy
Facade of the San Lorenzo Cathedral in Alba, Italy
Facade of the San Lorenzo Cathedral in Alba, Italy