What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Chapter page 1 THE NEONAZIS
THE UNION MOVEMENT
THE LEAGUE OF EMPIRE LOYALISTS
14 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
1964 General Election activities anarchists anti-Fascist anti-Semitic Arnold Leese attitude Bean believe Bomb Britain British political Britons called Campaign candidates Chesterton claims Colin Jordan Collet's Collins Committee of 100 Communist Party Conservative Party Cornish CPGB economic elections electoral Empire Loyalists England English exist faction Fascists feel felt fight Freedom Group fringe groups Government Hargrave Healy instance Irish Jewish Jews join Labour Party leaders League left-wing literature Liverpool London Martell Marxist McCreery Mebyon Kernow militant Mosley Mosley's National Socialist neo-Nazi never newspaper Northern Ireland nuclear Orange Order organization pacifist Parliament particularly Party's Peace perhaps Plaid Cymru political fringe problems Protestant Party rank-and-file revolutionary right-wing Roman Catholic Scotland Scottish nationalists Sinn Fein Sir Oswald Social Credit society split Street syndicalists trade unions Trotskyist Tyndall Ulster Union Movement Unionist vote Wales Welsh workers