East End support for Mosley

In the remaining years of peace, East London remained the Blackshirt heartland. At his very last appearance in the East End of London on May Day 1940 Oswald Mosley addressed a friendly crowd of well in excess of 100,000 at Victoria Park, Bow. For more than 70...

The first casualties of WW2

Mosley men the first official casualties of World War Two. Twenty year old AC2 Ken Day and twenty-two year old AC2 George Brocking, both Royal Air Force ground crew acting as volunteer air gunners for the day, died together when their Wellington L4275 was blown out of...

The first at Dunkirk

Blackshirt boat was first to rescue Dunkirk troops in 1940. Shortly before he died, my old friend Eric Hamilton Piercy asked me to set down the story of the small part we played in the rescue of the British Expeditionary Force from France in 1940 as many inaccurate...

Roll of Honour 1939 – 1945

This list contains a representative number of the members of British Union who gave their lives in the Second World War to save Great Britain and its people from the corruption and incompetence of its political leaders: Lionel Aitken, Squadron Leader, RAF 59 Squadron,...

Crusade for the 21st Century

“The idea is no longer the martyred form of the oppressed, but the beginning of a higher form. Men are beginning not to look down, but to look up. And it is precisely at this point that a new way of political thinking shape to what many are beginning to feel is a new...

First on Television

In the long running ban of Oswald Mosley from all forms of mass communication, it is an interesting fact that he was, in all probability, the first politician to be seen on television. It was on 28th July 1930, when in the Labour Party, that he took part in an...