The Philosophy of Fascism

Being a lecture delivered by Sir Oswald Mosley at the English Speaking Union on Wednesday, 22nd March 1933. OUR opponents allege that Fascism has no historic background or philosophy, and it is my task this afternoon [...]

Overseas Network

From its earliest days, the British Union of Fascists attracted large numbers of British overseas members, not only from the Empire and Colonies but also from continental Europe. Many of these members had the unique opportunity [...]

Stability & Progress

In the ranks of Conservatism there are many who are attracted there by the Party's tradition of loyalty, order and stability - but who are, none the less, repelled by its lethargy and stagnation. In the [...]

Towards a Fascist Europe

Views may vary as to the causes of the division of Europe and the restoration of the Balance of Power, but dispute can scarcely arise concerning the re-emergence of a situation and a system which has [...]

BUF Medical Policy

The British Union of Fascists presents to the people of Great Britain in this paper, a brief summary of some of the principle points of its policy in connection with what is probably the most vital [...]

Foreign Policy

Our foreign policy should also be the subject of a book in itself, but the main principles may here be stated very briefly. The measures of national reconstruction already described involve automatically a change in our [...]

The State and the Citizen

The moral and social law and convention of Britain provide the most startling of all contrasts with the Briton's strange illusion that he is free. The plain fact is that the country is hag-ridden. In no [...]

The Corporate State

The main object of a modern and Fascist movement is to establish the Corporate State. In our belief, it is the greatest constructive conception yet devised by the mind of man. It is almost unknown in [...]

The Myth of Cable Street

For more than 70 years, Mosley’s enemies have maintained the myth that the East End of London rose up against the Blackshirts at the Battle of Cable Street and British Union went into decline. Nothing could [...]

Earl’s Court – Peace Rally

The Earls Court Peace Rally was the largest indoor political meeting in the history of the world. It was held in London on Sunday 16 July 1939 - less than 7 weeks before Britain declared war [...]

Britain First Rally 1939

Britain First - Exhibition Hall, Earls Court, July 16th, 1939   Fellow Britons, tonight the British people are here, (Cheers) and tonight from this great audience will be heard the voice of British people telling Parliament, [...]

First Casualties of WW2

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 [...]

Regulation 18B

Imprisonment Without Charge Or Trial. Prior to World War II, England had a long tradition of free speech that extended to criticism of government policy during war and to campaigns for peace. William Pitt campaigned against [...]

The First at Dunkirk

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 [...]

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: Lionel Aitken, Squadron Leader, RAF 59 Squadron, killed in flying operations, Dunkirk. British Union “I” [...]

18b Detainees List

Free DOWNLOAD of 18b Detainees List in Pdf format Details of British Union members who were arrested, interrogated and imprisoned without charge or trial by the British Government under the notorious Regulation 18b during WW2. Many of these [...]

The Kent-Wolkoff affair

How Churchill almost lost the War. Winston Churchill must have been a very unhappy man when he died in 1965. By then everything he set out to achieve had turned pear-shaped – mostly as the result [...]