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Creed of a Fascist Revolutionary & Why I Left Mosley By A.K. Chesterton
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A.K. Chesterton's classic booklet on British Fascism. Originally published in 1935, here for the first time these two classic pamphlets have been combined in one booklet. Too many times has the... More > first part been printed without the riposte! This edition also contains a third work "The Importance of Being Oswald".< Less
Diana Mosley VENERE DEL FASCISMO By Riccardo Maffey
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Alcuni l’hanno chiamata il volto leggiadro del fascismo; altri, la donna più odiata d’Inghilterra. Vezzosa, attraente, con gli occhi color zaffiro, Diana Mosley, moglie del leader... More > delle camicie nere inglesi, era con sua sorella Unity una delle poche donne che disponevano del filo diretto con Adolf Hitler. Mossa da una sconfinata fiducia nel “genio” del dittatore e nella sua dottrina di governo, lo rafforzò nel credo che il desiderio di pace della classe dirigente britannica ne avesse minato le capacità di resistenza ai suoi rapaci piani di conquista. In questa ricostruzione Riccardo Maffey ripercorre le tappe degli eventi e delle spinte ideologiche che proiettarono la donna più bella d’Inghilterra nella ristretta cerchia degli amici del Führer. Ne nasce uno spaccato dell’appeasement, e del milieu germanofilo inglese, in una fase della Storia che si concluderà al Festspiele del 1939, a Bayreuth, quando Hitler confessò a Lady Mosley di essere pronto a invadere la Polonia.< Less
Diana Mosley VENERE DEL FASCISMO By Riccardo Maffey
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Alcuni l’hanno chiamata il volto leggiadro del fascismo; altri, la donna più odiata d’Inghilterra. Vezzosa, attraente, con gli occhi color zaffiro, Diana Mosley, moglie del leader... More > delle camicie nere inglesi, era con sua sorella Unity una delle poche donne che disponevano del filo diretto con Adolf Hitler. Mossa da una sconfinata fiducia nel “genio” del dittatore e nella sua dottrina di governo, lo rafforzò nel credo che il desiderio di pace della classe dirigente britannica ne avesse minato le capacità di resistenza ai suoi rapaci piani di conquista. In questa ricostruzione Riccardo Maffey ripercorre le tappe degli eventi e delle spinte ideologiche che proiettarono la donna più bella d’Inghilterra nella ristretta cerchia degli amici del Führer. Ne nasce uno spaccato dell’appeasement, e del milieu germanofilo inglese, in una fase della Storia che si concluderà al Festspiele del 1939, a Bayreuth, quando Hitler confessò a Lady Mosley di essere pronto a invadere la Polonia.< Less
Mosley's Old Suffragette: A Biography of Norah Dacre Fox (Revised Edition) By Susan McPherson & Angela McPherson
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Norah Dacre Fox (aka Elam) was the General Secretary, chief organiser and spokeswoman for the the Women’s Social and Political Union. Banished from the Suffragette Fellowship, she gained... More > notoriety for joining Oswald Mosley’s inner circle in the 1930s. Interned in Holloway Prison during both world wars, Norah’s spirit of radical feminism was well suited to the revolutionary Britain of the early twentieth century. The authors attempt to understand how this serial militant who spent the first part of her life fighting for equality later turned to the dark forces of fascism, and they explore the long lasting emotional impact on their family. "Combining a family-history-mystery quest with a portrait of the latter days of the militant suffragette movement and the activities of the British Union of Fascists, this is a page-turner." (Elizabeth Crawford, Author, 'The Women's Suffrage Movement', Routledge, 1999)< Less
Mosley's Old Suffragette: A Biography of Norah Dacre Fox (Revised Edition) By Susan McPherson & Angela McPherson
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Norah Dacre Fox (aka Elam) was the General Secretary, chief organiser and spokeswoman for the the Women’s Social and Political Union. Banished from the Suffragette Fellowship, she gained... More > notoriety for joining Oswald Mosley’s inner circle in the 1930s. Interned in Holloway Prison during both world wars, Norah’s spirit of radical feminism was well suited to the revolutionary Britain of the early twentieth century. The authors attempt to understand how this serial militant who spent the first part of her life fighting for equality later turned to the dark forces of fascism, and they explore the long lasting emotional impact on their family. "Combining a family-history-mystery quest with a portrait of the latter days of the militant suffragette movement and the activities of the British Union of Fascists, this is a page-turner." (Elizabeth Crawford, Author, 'The Women's Suffrage Movement', Routledge, 1999)< Less
Rise of the Sun Wheel By Mike Walsh McLaughlin
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Mike Walsh McLaughlin was drawn into ethnic-defence activism as the madness of non-White immigration took hold in 1968. At the barricades 15-years the ex-seaman fought Britain's leprous left and... More > ethnic-traitor infestation of Britain’s corrupt media. Rallies, marches, campaigns, the smuggling of dissident literature were now routine. McLaughlin addressed crowds at both Trafalgar Square and London’s Brick Lane. The British Movement leader received 6 x 4 month prison sentences for publishing leaflets critical of immigration policy. The sentences were censored by media and endorsed by the liberal left and political elite. Deposed by a conspiracy he went on to author 39 books. As a broadcaster and Writer of the Year journalist, Mike Walsh McLaughlin today hits harder and further than ever before. Whatever one’s views one can't help but respect a leader who single-handedly created the finest revolutionary party of ethnic-socialists. Rise of the Sun Wheel salutes those who gave so much and some their lives.< Less
Love & Hate in a Small Town By Joseph Canning
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A love story set in turbulent times…Britain in the Thirties and the approach of the Second World War. The year is 1936… and nineteen-year-old former grammar schoolboy Robert Hammond is... More > living in lodgings in a small East Anglian town of Levendon, working as a trainee reporter on the weekly newspaper. He befriends a brother and sister, Maurice and Sylvia, who, like him, are strangers to the town, and falls for Sylvia. But his idyll is shattered when Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirts come to town and form a branch of the British Union of Fascists. Maurice is one of the main disrupters at their meeting and, when he is arrested and taken to court, the family’s secret comes out. Maurice, now a committed left-wing rebel, takes Robert to London to join in the famous ‘Battle of Cable Street’, but when he goes off to fight in the Spanish Civil War, the family blame Robert for not stopping him, and bar him from ever seeing Sylvia again…< Less

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