English, Article edition: SIR OSWALD MOSLEY, THE BRITISH UNION OF FASCISTS AND THEIR VISION OF THE FASCIST STATE (THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY OF THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC EXTREMISM BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS) Martin Kovář

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  • SIR OSWALD MOSLEY, THE BRITISH UNION OF FASCISTS AND THEIR VISION OF THE FASCIST STATE (THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY OF THE POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC EXTREMISM BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS)
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  • Martin Kovář
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  • The study analyses the causes and the development of the British fascism (in the connection with the British nationalism and anti-semitism) since the end of the 19th century to the outburst of the World War Two. The British fascism has its origins in the continental traditions; simultaneously there was an impact of some specifi c features of the development of the British society (i. e. late victorian and edwardian radical right, different patriotic leagues etc.) The most important fascist organization in the British Isles was the British Union of Fascist (BUF; its leader was Sir Oswald Mosley), orginated in the early 1930s. After a small success the BUF lost the support of the public because of the violence and anti-seminitism of its members. The visions of the leaders of the party regarding the radical change of the British policy and economy were refused by the public, too. BUF so remained the marginal party (and political force) in the policy of the island state.
  • Great Britain, fascism, nationalism, anti-semitism, Sir Oswald Mosley, The British Union of Fascists, the vision of the fascist state
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2005:y:2005:i:3:id:169:p:210-229
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