Oswald Mosley: Briton, Fascist, European

Richard Crossman wrote in 1961 that "Mosley was spurned by Whitehall, Fleet Street and every party leader at Westminster simply and solely because he was right." No doubt, as Crossman added, he was spurned because he [...]

John Warburton

John Warburton: Blackshirt and Founding Editor of ‘Comrade’. The Friends of Mosley (FOM) was formed in 1982 to provide comradeship for veteran members of British Union and Union Movement. This included an annual dinner and buffet [...]

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 [...]

Food and Farming Policy

Without food there can be no life. Without adequate and wholesome food there can be no health. Good Government must ensure sufficient wholesome food for the health of the people. This is an overcrowded island, with [...]

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 [...]

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