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This chapter introduces the concept of groupuscular nature of the extreme right, a type of organisational style set across a range of competing organisations that developed in Britain and elsewhere after the Second World War. It reflects on the rise of new groups, such as Oswald Mosley’s Union Movement, linking interwar and postwar activism. It examines the impact of a new generation of activists, such as Colin Jordan and John Tyndall, and the significance of new political issues, such as changing demographics in Britain and the decline of empire. Finally, it reflects on the history of the National Front, and later the British National Party, as two important British fascist organisations.

Pride in prejudice

Understanding Britain’s extreme right


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