Ten points of fascism
Fascism explained by Oswald Mosley


Mosley_10_points_of_fascism.jpgOswald Mosley, born, November 1896. Served in France First World War; Royal Flying Corps and Trenches. Youngest M.P., November 1918. Minister in Government, 1929. Resigned 1930, on account of Government's refusal either to deal with Unemployment problem or accept his plan for a solution.


In 1931, founded New Movement, which spread rapidly throughout Great Britain, despite great opposition from Old Parties, and a special Act of Parliament, which was designed to check it.


Five years in prison and house arrest under Regulation 18B during the Second World War, with many colleagues, on account of political opposition to that war.


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