Montenegro, Albania, Berlin and the work camps for the migrants of the Third Reich, Russia and the ruinous Don River retreat represent the painful stages in the human and political maturity of Giovanni Pirelli before he joined the Resistance.
These previously unpublished letters give a full picture of the civil passion, lucidity and struggle of one of the liveliest consciences of the Italian and European left and the voice of a true writer.
Un mondo che crolla. Lettere 1938-1943
Edited by Nicola Tranfaglia
Published by Rosellina Archinto, 1990