‘Touched with genius’ The Spectator
What’s the best way to get the upper hand in an argument solely through letters?
How should you liven up a dull night at Buckingham Palace?
When, exactly, is the best time to run away to the Spanish Civil War?
The Mitford sisters – Nancy, Pamela, Diana, Unity, Jessica and Deborah – knew the answers to all these questions and more. Perhaps the most remarkable family of the mid-twentieth century, their exciting and varied lives, from communist to fascist to aristocrat, mean that there’s no problem they can’t solve.