THE FASCISTS IN BRITAIN

THE FASCISTS IN BRITAIN
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PublishingDate: 1963
Publisher: New York:St. Martin's Press
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
Dust Jacket: Very Good
Edition: 1st edition
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New York:St. Martin's Press. (1963). 214pp. Illustrated. 1st American edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. In very good, clean condition, with a very good, slightly shelfworn dust jacket. A very good copy. *"We have just made the acquaintance of the most brilliant man in the House of Commons," wrote Beatrice Webb in her diary in 1922, "the perfect politician who is also the perfect gentleman."  She referred to Sir Oswald Mosley, then widely regarded as a future Labour Prime Minister. By 1932, this man of outstanding ability had turned his back on the main political parties, taken command of a host of embryonic Fascist groups, and, for the "salvation" of his country, united them beheath the banner of the British Union of fascists."

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