Mosley, by Nigel Jones
Published by Haus in 2004, 184 pages. Paperback (N3997)
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Oswald Mosley was Britain's failed Fuhrer. His political career began brilliantly - he was the youngest MP of his day and a rising star in the Labour Party - but his attraction to fascism led him to found the notorious Blackshirts, the British Union of Fascists, secretly funded by Mussolini, but increasingly influenced by the Nazis. Released from jail after the war, Mosley tried to reform his movement from exile, attacking Britain's new immigrants and advocating a united white Europe.