Henry Williamson

Henry Williamson was of the First World War generation from whose experiences emerged a new but eternal world-view. Williamson, like Knut Hamsun in Norway, saw mans' place in Nature as the ultimate source of one's being, [...]

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 [...]

Higher Forms

Since the war I have stressed altogether five main objectives. The true union of Europe; the union of government with science; the power of government to act rapidly and decisively, subject to parliamentary control; the effective [...]

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 [...]

Spheres of Influence

I have long suggested a division of the world into three main spheres of influence to replace the make-belief of a world force in the present United Nations, which by reason of its inherent divisions can [...]

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 [...]

“Peron or Death!”

The story of President Juan Peron and his secret meeting with Oswald Mosley. General Juan Peron was once described as the only 20th century dictator who never had anybody shot. He was the colourful post-war President [...]

Wyndham Lewis

Percy Wyndham Lewis is credited with being the founder of the only modernist cultural movement indigenous to Britain. Nonetheless, he is seldom spoken of in the same breath as his contemporaries, Ezra Pound, James Joyce,. T [...]

Fay Taylour

Living Life in the Fast Lane. A fascinating and well researched study has been completed on the legendary ‘Queen of Speedway’ Fay Taylour – the world’s most successful woman motor sports competitor - who as Prisoner [...]

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 [...]

Jeffrey Hamm

Jeffrey Hamm was one of the handful of activists who kept the flame of British Nationalism alive in the barren years following the Second World War. A life-long supporter of Sir Oswald Mosley, he served in [...]

Robert Row

Robert Row began his political career by joining the Lancaster Branch of British Union in 1934 at the age of 17. The young Bob threw himself into Blackshirt activity which in those early days attracted much [...]

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 [...]

Guerrilla Warfare

America and Europe are only now learning in the hard way the elementary facts of modern political struggle. It is above all a battle of ideas and, as I pointed out long ago, it is impossible [...]

Olive Hawks

Olive Hawks joined the secretarial staff of British Union at the age of 16 and soon became assistant to George Sutton, the Director of Research. However, her commitment to "British Socialism" soon gained her a speakers [...]

J.F.C. Fuller

Major General John Frederick Charles Fuller was born in Chichester in 1878. He was commissioned into the British army in 1899 and saw service during the Boar War in South Africa. During the First World War [...]

F.J.P. Veale

Frederick Veale who died in 1976, was a well known member of the Brighton Branch of British Union before the war. By profession he was a soldier. He was also a prolific writer and a regular [...]

John Adrian Chamier

Air Commodore, Sir John Adrian Chamier K.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., O.B.E., F.R.Ae.S., was born in 1883. He was educated at St. Paul's School and R.M.C. Sandhurst and served in the Indian Army between 1902 and 1915. He [...]

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 Syndical Revolution

This is an examination of the revolutionary tradition of Syndicalism as an alternative to Socialism which has led in practical effect to the totalitarian regime of Communism on the Continent, and bureaucracy, direction of labour and [...]

Irelands Right to Unite

Irelands Right to Unite When Entering European Union   What interest has an Englishman in Ireland? The answer is that this Englishman proved his interest in Ireland and friendship for her people when, as the youngest [...]

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 [...]

William Buckley Interview

MR. BUCKLEY: Just after the First World War, a young British aristocrat, age 22, was elected to the House of Commons, and it has recently been remarked that Sir Oswald Mosley was the brightest man of [...]

Joan Morgan

The Film Star who became a member of the British Union of Fascists. Joan Morgan was born on 1 February 1905 at 13 St Germans Road, Forest Hill, London. She was the only child of Sidney [...]

European Socialism

The greatest achievement of Syndicalism, however, is likely to be in the European field. European Socialism, which is its modern form, stands for the Union of Europe on a Socialist basis. This has become necessary if [...]

Gladys Walsh

In 1940 Mrs. Gladys Walsh (nee Libiter) became the last Womens District Leader for the Limehouse branch of British Union. This transcription comes from a recording made by the FOM Sound Archive on 6 July 1988. [...]

The man with two membership cards.

The double life of Walter Johnson, British Union District Leader Pudsey. On page 6 of ‘Blackshirts-on-Sea’ the author writes: “Any group study of Mosleyites inevitably comes to the conclusion that none of them could be described [...]

MI5 and Jeffrey Hamm

Before the War, Edward Jeffrey Hamm was a non-active member of British Union. He didn’t sell ‘Action’ on the streets, he wasn’t a speaker and he held no official position in his local Harrow branch. He [...]

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 [...]