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A. K. Chesterton

Creed of a Fascist Revolutionary (1935)

Creed of a Fascist Revolutionary (1935) by A. K. Chesterton

A.K. Chesterton's classic booklet on British Fascism. Originally published in 1935

The people of Britain are not adepts in the use of anger.

That is why our politicians sleep so peacefully at nights, and why no nocturnal terrors hover around the pillows of our Press magnates, or dis...

Oswald Mosley

Fascism: One Hundred Questions Asked and Answered (1936)

Fascism: One Hundred Questions Asked and Answered (1936) by Oswald Mosley

After World War Two, ‘fascist’ became the F word of political debate to be applied liberally against anyone who left-wing polemicists disliked. But what did it really mean and what did its British supporters really stand for? In this pre-War book written in convenient Ques...