Select Bibliography: Works on Oswald Mosley and British Fascism

Compiled by Keith Stimely

Allen, W.E.D. "The Fascist Idea in Britain." Quarterly Review (October 1933).

Aronsfeld, C.C. "Old Fascism Writ Large: Mosley's Memoirs." Patterns of Prejudice Vol. 2 (November-December 1968).

Baden, W.C., Jr. "The Return of Mosley." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 30, Nos. 41-42 (1977).

Barnes, J.S. Half a Life Left. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1937.

Bellamy, Reynall. "We Marched with Mosley." Unpublished autobio-graphical manuscript, n.d.

Benewick, R.J. The Fascist Movement in Britain. London: Allen Lane, 1972.

-- -- -- -- . "The British Fascist Movement, 1932-40." Ph.D. dissertation, Manchester University, 1963.

-- -- -- -- . "Mosley's Anti-Semitism: A Survey of His Record, 1933-1939." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 13, Nos. 3-4 (1959).

-- -- -- -- , and Smith, T. (eds.). Direct Action and Democratic Politics. London: Allen and Unwin, 1972.

Bernays, Robert. "The Future of British Fascism." Spectator Vol. 157 (18 December 1936).

Biddiss, Michael D. "Fascism and the Race Question: A Review of Recent Historiography." Race No. 10 (1968-69).

Billig, Michael. Fascists. London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978.

Birch, J.E.L. Why They Join the Fascists. London: Peoples' Press, 1937.

Bogdanor, Vernon. "A Deeply Flawed Hero." Encounter Vol. 44 (June 1975.)

Bondy, Louis W. Racketeers of Hatred. London: Wolsey, 1946.

Brailsford, H.N. "Fascism in England." New Republic [London] Vol. 80 (22 August 1934).

Brewer, John D. Mosley's Men: The BUF in the West Midlands. London: Gower, forthcoming.

-- -- -- -- . "The British Union of Fascists, Sir Oswald Mosley, and Birmingham: An Analysis of the Content and Context of an Ideology." Unpublished M.Soc.Sci. thesis, University of Birmingham, 1975.

Carpenter, L.P. "Corporatism in Britain 1930-1945." Journal of Contemporary History Vol. 2, No. 1(1976).

Cassels, Alan. "[The Spread of Fascism -- The Advanced Nations of Western Europe:] Great Britain," in Fascism. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1975.

Catlin, G.E.G. "Fascist Stirrings in Britain." Current History Vol. 39 (February 1934).

Chesterton, A.K. Oswald Mosley: Portrait of a Leader. London: Action Press, 1937.

-- -- -- -- . Creed of A Fascist Revolutionary. N.d., n.p.

-- -- -- -- . Why I Left Mosley. 1938.

-- -- -- -- . Fascism and the Press. N.d., n.p.

Clarke, E.G. The British Union and the Jews. N.d., n.p.

Cole, J.A. Lord Haw Haw -- and William Joyce. London: Faber, 1964.

Cross, Colin. The Fascists in Britain. London: Barrie and Rockliff, 1961.

Del Boca, Angelo, and Giovana, Mario. "Great Britain," in Fascism Today: A World Survey. New York: Random House, 1969.

Douglas, J.L. Spotlight on Fascism. London: Communist Party of Great Britain, 1934.

'Drennan, James' [W.E.D. Allen]. BUF, Oswald Mosley, and British Fascism. London: Murray, 1934.

Driver, Nellie. "From the Shadows of Exile." Unpublished autobiographical manuscript, n.d.

Dutt, R. Palme. Fascism and Social Revolution. London: Lawrence, 1934.

-- -- -- -- . "The Cotton Industry and the Fascist Offensive in Lancashire." Labour Monthly Vol. 17, No. 4 (April 1935).

Eisenberg, Dennis. "Great Britain," in The Re-emergence of Fascism. New York: A.S. Barnes, 1967.

Ehrentreich, Alfred. "Sir Oswald Mosley." Neuphilologische Monatsschrift Vol. 6 (1935).

Eye-Witnesses at Olympia. 1934.

Eysenck, Hans J., and Coulter, T.T. "The Personality and Attitudes of Working Class British Communists and Fascists." Journal of Social Psychology Vol. 87 (June 1972).

Fuller, J.F.C. Empire Unity and Defense. Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1934.

-- -- -- -- . Memoirs of an Unconventional Soldier. London: Watson and Nicholson, 1936.

-- -- -- -- . Towards Armageddon. London: Lovat Dickson, 1937.

Geiger, David M. "British Fascism as Revealed in the British Union of Fascists' Press." Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. New York University, 1963.

-- -- -- -- . "Blackshirts as Jew-Baiters." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 20, No. 4 (Autumn 1966).

Graveli, Asvero (ed.). Il Fascismo Inglese. Rome: Nuova Europa, 1934.

Griffiths, Richard. Fellow-Travellers of the Right: Enthusiasts for Nazi Germany 1933-1939. London: Oxford University Press, 1983.

Groves, Reg. East End Crisis. London: Socialist League, 1937.

Hamilton, Alistair. "England," in The Appeal of Fascism: A Study of Intellectuals and Fascism 1919-1945. New York: Macmillan, 1971.

Hamm, Jeffrey. Action Replay: An Autobiography. London: Howard Baker, 1983.

Hannington, Wal. Fascist Danger and the Unemployed. London: National Unemployed Workers' Movement, 1939.

Holmes, Colin. Anti-Semitism in British Society 1876-1939. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1979.

-- -- -- -- . "East-End Anti-Semitism, 1936." Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History No. 32 (Spring 1976).

Irving, David. "Small Bills in Sealed Packages -- How Mussolini Kept Sir Oswald Mosley's Fascists in Funds." Focal Point (October 30,1981).

Jacobs, Joe. Out of the Ghetto. London: Simon, 1978.

Jones, J.R. "England," in Hans Rogger and Eugen Weber (eds.). The European Right: A Historical Profile. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966.

Joyce, William. Dictatorship. London: BUF Publications, 1933.

-- -- -- -- . Fascism and Jewry. London: BUF Publications, 1936.

Kedwards, H.R. "Britain, Belgium and Spain" in Fascism in Western Europe 1900-45. New York: New York University Press, 1971.

Kibblewhite, L., and Rigby, A. Fascism in Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Aberdeen People's Party, 1978.

Kitchen, M. Fascism. London: Macmillan, 1976.

Knickerbocker, H.R. Die Schwarzhemden in England und Englands Wirtschaftlicher Aufstieg. Berlin: Rowohlt, 1934; Il Fascismo Inglese e la Reforma Economica dell Inghilterra. Milan: Bompiani, 1935.

Krieger, Heinz. England und die Judenfrage in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Franfurt: Mority Diesterweg, 1938.

Lansbury, G. "Anti-Semitism in the East End." Spectator (24 July 1936).

Lean, E. Tangye. The Napoleonists: A Study in Political Disaffection 1760-1960. 1970.

Lebzelter, Gisela C. Political Anti-Semitism in England 1918-1939. London: Macmillan, 1978.

Ledeen, Michael. Universal Fascism. New York: Howard Fertig, 1972.

Letters of Lucifer and Leading Articles from 'The Blackshirt'. London: BUF Publications, 1933.

Louis, M. "What I Saw Inside Olympia." New Leader (15 June 1934).

Lunn, Kenneth, and Thurlow, Richard C. (eds.). British Fascism: Essays on the Radical Right in Inter-War Britain. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1980.

Mandle, W.F. Anti-Semitism and the British Union of Fascists. London: Longmans, 1968.

-- -- -- -- . "Sir Oswald Mosley's Resignation from the Labour Government." Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand Vol. 10 (1963).

-- -- -- -- . "The New Party." Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand Vol. 12 (1966).

-- -- -- -- . "The Leadership of the British Union of Fascists." Australian Journal of Politics and History Vol. 12 (December 1966).

Martin, Kingsley. "Can England Escape?" New Statesman Vol. 5 (13 May 1933).

Montague, Ivor. Blackshirt Brutality. London: Workers' Bookshop, 1934.

Mosley Fascism: The Man, His Policy and Methods. London: Labour Research Department, 1935.

Mosley, Diana. A Life of Contrasts. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1977.

Mosley, Nicholas. Rules of the Game: Sir Oswald Mosley and Lady Cynthia 1896-1933. London: Secker and Warburg, 1982.

-- -- -- -- . Beyond the Pale: Sir Oswald Mosley and Family 1933-1980. London: Secker and Warburg, 1983.

Mosley, Oswald. Revolution by Reason. 1925.

-- -- -- -- . The Greater Britain. London: BUF Publications 1932.

-- -- -- -- . Fascism Explained: 10 Points of Fascist Policy. N.d., n.p. [1933].

-- -- -- -- . Taxation and the People. London: Action Press, 1933.

-- -- -- -- . Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered. London: Action Press, 1936.

-- -- -- -- . Tomorrow We Live. London: Abbey Press, 1938.

-- -- -- -- . The British Peace: How To Get It. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1939].

-- -- -- -- . Britain First: Being the Verbatim Report of Mosley's Speech to the Largest Indoor Meeting Held in the Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Sunday, July 16, 1939. N.d. [1939].

-- -- -- -- . My Answer. London: Mosley Publications, 1946.

-- -- -- -- . The Alternative. London: Mosley Publications, 1947.

-- -- -- -- . The European Situation: The Third Force. London: Euphorion Books, 1950.

-- -- -- -- . European Socialism. London: Euphorion Books, 1951.

-- -- -- -- . Policy and Debate. London: Euphorion Books, 1954.

-- -- -- -- . Mosley: The Facts. London: Euphorion Books, 1957.

-- -- -- -- . Europe: Faith and Plan. London: Euphorion Books, 1958.

-- -- -- -- . Mosley: Right or Wrong? London: Lion Books, 1961.

-- -- -- -- . My Life. London: Thomas Nelson, 1968.

* -- -- -- . "The Labour Party's Financial Policy." Socialist Review (September 1927).

-- -- -- -- ."Mr. Lloyd George and Unemployment." Labour Magazine (April 1929).

-- -- -- -- ."From Tory to Labour." Labour Magazine (May 1929).

-- -- -- -- ."Old Parties or New." Political Quarterly (January-March 1932).

-- -- -- -- ."Il Fascismo come Fattore di Pace Universale." Gerarchia Vol. 12 (1932).

-- -- -- -- . "Le Ripercussioni del Patto a Quattro in Inghilterra." Gerarchia Vol. 13 (1933).

-- -- -- -- . "The Philosophy of Fascism." Fascist Quarterly (January 1935).

-- -- -- -- ."The World Alternative." Fascist Quarterly (July 1936).

-- -- -- -- . "Introduction," to Goethe, Faust, trans. Bayard Taylor. London: Euphorion Books, 1952.

-- -- -- -- . Review of Erich Heller, The Disinherited Mind, in European (April 1953).

-- -- -- -- . "The Problem of Power: Government of Tomorrow." European (July 1955).

-- -- -- -- . "Automation: Problem and Solution." European (October 1955).

-- -- -- -- . "Wagner and Shaw: A Synthesis." European (March 1956).

-- -- -- -- . Review of Colin Wilson, The Outsider, inEuropean (February 1957).

-- -- -- -- . "Democracy." Eboracum, York University (1 December 1970).

Mullally, Frederic. Fascism Inside England. London: Clad Morris Books, 1946.

Murphy, J.T. Fascism: The Socialist Answer. London: Socialist League, 1935.

Nugent, Neill, and King, R. (eds.). The British Right. Farnborough: Saxon House, 1977.

Organized Antisemitism in Great Britain, 1942-46. London: Jewish Central Information Office, n.d.

Purcell, Hugh. "Olympia 1934." The Listener (6 October 1977).

Raven-Thomson, Alexander. Civilization as Divine Superman. London: Greater Britain Publications, 1932.

-- -- -- -- . The Coming Corporate State. London: Greater Britain Publications, 1937.

-- -- -- -- . Our Financial Masters. London: n.d.

-- -- -- -- . "British Fascism and Douglas Social Credit." Age of Plenty No. 2 (July-September 1934).

-- -- -- -- . "A Workers' Policy Through Syndicalism" [ca. 1953]. Reprinted in Yesterday and Tomorrow: Roots of the National Revolution. London: Rising Press, n.d. [1983].

Rawnsley, S. "The BUF in the 1930s." Unpublished manuscript, n.d.

Red Violence and Blue Lies. London: Action Press, 1934.

Rees, Philip. Fascism in Britain: An Annotated Bibliography. Hassocks: Harvester Press, 1979.

Rhodes, John. "The Mosley Memorandum: A Study in Economic Policy and Decision-Making." Unpublished M.A. thesis, Sussex University.

Robb, James H. Working-Class Anti-Semite. London: Tavistock, 1954.

Roberts, H. "Jew and Blackshirt in the East End." New Statesman and Nation (7 November 1936).

Rose, L. Fascism in Britain [Factual Survey No. 1]. London: The Author, 1948.

Rudlin, W.A. The Growth of Fascism in Great Britain. London: Allen and Unwin, 1935.

'Saturday Reviewer.' "Portent of the Blackshirts." Saturday Review Vol. 157 (5 May 1934).

Schmitter, Philippe C. "Still the Century of Corporatism?" Review of Politics Vol. 36 (1974).

Schueddekopf, Otto-Ernst. Fascism. New York: Praeger, 1973.

Shermer, David. Blackshirts: Fascism in Britain. New York: Ballantine, 1971.

Skidelsky, Robert. Oswald Mosley. London: Macmillan, 1975.

-- -- -- -- . Politicians and the Slump. London: Macmillan, 1967.

-- -- -- -- . "Great Britain," in S.J. Woolf (ed.), European Fascism. New York: Random House, 1968.

-- -- -- -- . "Sir Oswald Mosley: From Empire to Europe." Twentieth Century Studies No. 1 (March 1969).

-- -- -- -- . "The Problem of Mosley," Encounter No. 33 (1969).

-- -- -- -- . "The Return of Mosley: A Reply." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol 30, Nos. 43-44 (1977).

Sparks, Colin. "Fascism in Britain." International Socialism No. 71 (September 1974).

Stevenson, John. "The Politics of Violence," in G. Peele and C.P. Cook (eds.), The Politics of Reappraisal 1918-1939. London: Macmillan, 1975.

-- -- -- -- , and Cook, Chris. The Slump: Society and Politics During the Depression. London: Jonathan Cape, 1977.

Strachey, John. The Menace of Fascism. London: Victor Gollancz, 1933.

-- -- -- -- . "Fascism in Great Britain." New Republic [London] Vol. 78 (2 May 1934).

Thayer, George S. The British Political Fringe. London: Blond, 1965.

Thurlow, Richard C. "The Black Knight: Reactions to a Mosley Biography." Patterns of Prejudice Vol. 9 (May-June 1975).

Trythall, A.J. 'Boney' Fuller: The Intellectual General 1878-1966. London: Cassell, 1977.

Turcotti, E. (ed.). Fascist Europe: An Anglo-Italian Symposium Vol. 1, 2nd ed. Pavia: National Institute of Fascist Culture, 1939.

Villari, Luigi. "Il Fascismo Britannico e il suo Awenire." Nuova Antologia Vol. 388 (16 November 1936).

'Vindicator' [H.T. Hopkinson]. Fascists at Olympia. London: Victor Gollancz, 1934.

Weber, Eugen. "Great Britain," in Varieties of Fascism. New York: Van Nostrand, 1964.

Who Backs Mosley? London: Labour Research Department, 1934.

Wilkinson, Ellen, and Conze, Edward. Why Fascism? London: Selwyn and Blount, 1934.

Zilcher, J. "Korporative Ziele." Nationalsozialistische Monatshefte Vol. 5 (1934).
 

* Mosley wrote hundreds of articles over the years. From the early '30s to the mid-'60s, roughly, these were of necessity restricted mainly to the periodicals of his own political movements, as well as various sympathetic foreign political publications. Toward the end of his life the "regular" press began to open up to him again; throughout the 1970s, for instance, he was a regular contributor to the (unfortunately now-defunct) review books and bookmen. Included in this listing are those articles which Mosley's biographer Robert Skidelsky has singled out as his most important. A full listing of all Mosley's political periodicals, from 1931 to the present, will be found at the end of this bibliography.

NEW PARTY, BRITISH UNION, and UNION MOVEMENT PERIODICALS
European, 1953-59
Action
Blackshirt
Fascist Week
National European
Union
British Union Quarterly
Age of Plenty
Mosley News Letters, 1946-47
Mosley Broadsheets, 1970-?

 

A Bibliography of Works on and Relating to Oswald Mosley and British Fascism

compiled by Keith Stimely

All About Sir Oswald Mosley. Sheffield: All-British Anti-Fascist Committee, 1937.

Allen, W.E.D. "The Fascist Idea in Britain." Quarterly Review Vol. 261 (October 1933), pp. 223-38. American Review (January 1934), pp. 328-38. Reprinted as Fascism in Relation to British History and Character. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1933].

Annan, Noel. "Sir Oswald Leave the House" [review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. New York Review of Books Vol. 19 (31 August 1972), pp. 22-24.

Aronsfeld, C.C. "Mosley auf dem Vormarsch." Der Weg Vol. 5 (1950), p. 4.

-- -- -. "Anti-Jewish Outbreaks in Modern Britain." The Gates of Zion Vol. 6. (1952), pp. 15-18.

-- -- -. "Old Fascism Writ Large: Mosley's Memoirs" [review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. Patterns of Prejudice Vol. 2 (November-December 1968), pp. 17-20.

Aubry, G., and Joannon, J. "Le fascisme anglais." Defense de l'Occident Vol. 17 (July-August 1969), pp. 35-43.

Bach, Julian S. "Little Hitler." Survey Graphic Vol. 26 (March 1937), pp. 129-31.

-- -- -. "Fascism and the British Führer." Literary Digest Vol. 124 (24 July 1937), pp. 13-15, 39.

Bader, W.C., Jr. "The Return of Mosley" [review of Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley]. Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 30, Nos. 41-42 (1977), pp. 62-67.

Barnes, J.S. Half a Life Left. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1937.

Be on Your Guard! How Fascists Work. Tiptree: Anchor Press, 1940.

Beckett, John. Fascism and Trade Unionism. London: BUF Publications, 1936.

-- -- -, and Thomson, Alexander Raven. Private Trade and Co-operator: The Fascist Solution to the Problems of the Distributive Trade. London: BUF Publications, 1935.

Bellamy, Reynall. "We Marched with Mosley." Unpublished autobiographical manuscript, n.d.

Benewick, Robert J. The Fascist Movement in Britain. London: Allen Lane. 1972.

-- -- -. "The British Fascist Movement, 1932-40." Ph.D. dissertation, Manchester University, 1963.

-- -- - . "Mosley's Anti-Semitism: A Survey of His Record, 1933-1939." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 13, Nos. 3-4 (1959), pp. 33, 41.

-- -- -. "A Climate of Violence." Political Studies Vol. 17 (December 1969), pp. 511-13.

-- -- -. "Interpretations of British Fascism." Political Studies Vol. 24 (September 1976), pp. 320-24.

-- -- -, and Smith, Trevor (eds.). Direct Action and Democratic Politics. London: Allen and Unwin, 1972.

Bermondsey Says No to Fascism: United Against Mosley. London: Bermondsey Trade Council, 1937.

Bernays, Robert. "Fascism and the Answer." Spectator Vol. 152 (27 April 1934), pp. 652-53.

-- -- -. "The Future of British Fascism." Spectator Vol. 157 (18 December 1936), pp. 1075-76.

Biddiss, Michael D. "Fascism and the Race Question: A Review of Recent Historiography." Race No. 10 (1968-69).

Bielstein, Hans H. "Neue Manner - neu Bewegungen: England: Sir Oswald Mosley." Westermanns Monatshefte Vol. 163 (February 1938), pp. 437-38.

Billig, Michael. Fascists. London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978.

Birch, J.E.L. Why They Join the Fascists. London: Peoples' Press, 1937.

Blackshirt Policy: A Brief Statement of the Policy of the British Union of Fascists. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1934].

"Blackshirts." Round Table Vol. 24 (September 1934), pp. 717-31.

Blake, Robert. "The Politics of Prejudice." Spectator Vol. 221 (1 November 1968), pp. 627-28.

Blume, Hilary Sharn Braverman. "A Study of Anti-Semitic Groups in Britain, 1918-1940." Unpublished M.Phil. thesis, Sussex University, 1971.

Bogdanor, Vernon. "A Deeply Flawed Hero" [review of Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley]. Encounter Vol. 44 (June 1975), pp. 69-77.

Bondy, Louis W. "Great Britain and the British Empire," in Racketeers of Hatred: Julius Streicher and the Jew Baiters' International. London: Wolsey, 1946.

Boothby, Baron Robert. I Fight to Live. London: Victor Gollancz, 1947.

-- -- -. "Mosley: A Wasted Potential" [review of Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley. books and bookmen Vol. 20 (May 1975), p. 31.

-- -- -. "The Mosley I Remember" [review of Nicholas Mosley, Rules of the Game]. London Daily Telegraph (10 December 1982), p. 8.

Bosworth, R.J.B. "The British Press, the Conservatives, and Mussolini, 1920-34." Journal of Contemporary History Vol. 5, No. 2 (1970), pp. 163-82.

Bowie's Annual: Cartoons from 'Action' and 'The Blackshirt'. London: Action Press, n.d. [1937?].

Brailsford, H.N. "Fascism in England." New Republic [London] Vol. 80 (22 August 1934), pp. 42-43.

Brewer, John D. Mosley's Men: The BUF in the West Midlands. London: Gower, 1984.

-- -- -. "The British Union of Fascists, Sir Oswald Mosley, and Birmingham: An Analysis of the Content and Context of an Ideology." Unpublished M.Soc.Sci. thesis, University of Birmingham, 1975.

-- -- -. "Breaking the Rules" [review of Nicholas Mosley, Beyond the Pale]. Patterns of Prejudice Vol. 18, No. 1 (January 1984), pp. 50-52.

-- -- -. "A Prologemenon on the Membership of British Fascism under Sir Oswald Mosley." Unpublished paper, delivered at Bergen Conference on Comparative European Nazism and Fascism, Bergen, Norway, 19-21 June 1974.

Britain and Jewry. London: Abbey Supplies, n.d. [1937?].

Britain's Fifth Column: A Plain Warning. Tiptree: Anchor Press, n.d. [1940].

British Fascism Explained. London: Union of Democratic Control [Youth Anti-Fascist Committee], n.d. [1935].

British Fascist Policy and Creed. London: BUF Publications, 1933.

British Union and the Transport Workers. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1937].

British Union Constitution and Rules. London: BUF Publications, 1938.

"The British Union of Fascists in Yorkshire, 1934-1940." Unpublished anon. manuscript, Trevelyan Scholarship Project, 1960.

British Union (of Fascists): Roll of Honor. London: National Council for Civil Liberties, 1945.

British Union Pictorial Record 1932-37. London: RUF Publications, n.d. [1937].

Brogan, D.W. "Memory and the Historian" [review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. Spectator Vol. 221 (8 November 1968), pp. 656-57.

Brunner, H. "Faschismus in England." Schweizerische Monatshefte Vol. 13 (1933), pp. 463-69.

BUF and Anti-Semitism: An Exposure. London: Lane, n.d. [1937?].

The BUF by the BUF. Tiptree: Anchor Press, n.d. [1938].

BUF Medical Policy. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936?].

Callender, Harold. "Mosley's Creed -- A Revealing Interview: The British Fascist Leader Answers Pointed Questions on the Present and Future Trend of His Movement." New York Times Magazine (24 June 1936), pp. 3, 16.

Calverton, V.F. "Swastika over England?" Current History Vol. 46 (September 1937), pp. 25-29.

Carpenters L.P. "Corporatism in Britain, 1930-1945." Journal of Contemporary History Vol. 11, No. 1 (1976,) pp. 3-25.

Cassels, Alan. "[The Spread of Fascism -- The Advanced Nations of Western Europe:] Great Britain," in Fascism. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1975.

Catlin, G.E.G. "Fascist Stirrings in Britain." Current History Vol. 39 (February 1934), pp. 542-47.

Cesarani, David. "Fascism on the Periphery: Ineffectual and Insignificant" [review of John D. Brewer, Mosley's Men]. Patterns of Prejudice Vol. 18, No. 3 (July 1984), pp. 53-55.

Chambers-Hunter, W.E.A. British Union and Social Credit. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1939].

Chassaigne, J. Coudurier de. "Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart." L'Illustration No. 4906 (13 March 1937), p. 280.

Chesterton, A.K. Apotheosis of the Jew. London: Abbey Supplies, n.d. [1936?].

-- -- -. Creed of a Fascist Revolutionary. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936].

-- -- -. Fascism and the Press. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936?].

-- -- -. Oswald Mosley: Portrait of a Leader. London: Action Press, n.d. [1937]. Mosley: Geschichte und Program des britischen Faschismus. Leipzig: Seeman Verlag, 1937. Abridgment: British Fascism: Mosley's Fascist Movement in Britain [ed. K. Arns]. Frankfurt: Moritz Diesterweg, 1938.

-- -- -. Why I Left Mosley. London: The Author, 1938.

-- -- -, and Leftwich, Joseph. The Tragedy of Anti-Semitism. London: Anscombe, 1948.

Clarke, E.G. The British Union and the Jews. London: Abbey Supplies, n.d. [1938].

Cohen, J.L. "Fascist Interlude in England." Menorah Journal Vol. 25 (January 1937), pp 101-10.

Cole, G.D.H. A History of Socialist Thought, Volume 5: Socialism and Fascism 1931-1939. London: Macmillan, 1960.

Cole, J.A. Lord Haw Haw -- and William Joyce. London: Farber, 1964.

Cross, Colin. The Fascists in Britain. London: Barrie and Rockliff, 1961; New York: St. Martins, 1961.

Curzon, Baroness Mary Irene. In Many Rhythms: An Autobiography. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1953.

Davidal, Jacques. "L'opposition nationale britannique." Defense de l'Occident Vol. 15 (September-October 1967), pp. 35-50.

Davidson, Lionel. "The Return of the Man in Black." John Bull Vol. 106 (5 September 1959), pp. 9-10, 30.

Davies, Sellick. Why I Joined the New Party. London: New Party, 1931.

Deakin, Nicholas. "The Vitality of a Tradition," in Colin Holmes (ed.), Immigrants and Minorities in British Society. London: Allen and Unwin, 1978.

Del Boca, Angelo, and Giovana, Mario. "Great Britain," in Fascism Today: A World Survey. New York: Random House, 1969.

De Miege, M. R. La dottrina del Fascism o in Inghilterra. Rome: Tip. Pallotta, 1933.

'Democritus Junior.' "Mosley at Oxford." Canadian Forum Vol. 16 (July 1936), pp. 20-21.

Diston, Marshall. The Sleeping Sickness of the New Party. London: New Party, n.d. [1931].

-- -- -, and Forgan, Robert. The New Party and the I.L.P. London: New Party, n.d. [1931].

Dolan, Charles. Mosley Exposed: The Blackshirt Racket. London[?], n.d. [1935?].

Douglas, J.L. Spotlight on Fascism. London: Communist Party of Great Britain, 1934.

'Drennan, James' [W.E.D. Allen]. BUF, Oswald Mosley, and British Fascism. London: Murray, 1934. BUF, der britische Faschismus und sein Führer. Berlin: Bacmeister, 1934. Abridgement: Der britische Faschismus und sein Führer Sir Oswald Mosley. Berlin: Beltz, 1935.

Driberg, Thomas E.N. Mosley? No! London: Allen, n.d. [1948].

Driver, Nellie. "From the Shadows of Exile." Unpublished autobiographical manuscript, n.d.

Dutt, R. Palme. Fascism and Social Revolution. London: Lawrence, 1934.

-- -- -. "The Anti-Fascist Front." Labour Monthly Vol. 16 (October 1934), pp. 387-402.

-- -- -. "The Cotton Industry and the Fascist Offensive in Lancashire." Labour Monthly Vol. 17 (April 1935), pp. 232-42.

Eisenberg, Dennis. "Great Britain," in The Re-emergence of Fascism. New York: A.S. Barnes, 1967.

Ehrentreich, Alfred. "Sir Oswald Mosley." Neuphilologische Monatsschrift Vol. 6 (1935), pp. 337-50.

"Englische Fascisten." Neue Weltbuhne Vol. 3 (8 February 1934), pp. 169-71.

Extremism in Britain. London: National Constitutional Defence Movement, n.d. [1937].

Eye-Witnesses at Olympia: A Collection of Statements by People Who Were Present at the Meeting of the British Union of Fascists at Olympia, June 7th, 1934. London: Union of Democratic Control, 1934.

Eysenck, Hans J., and Coulter, T.T. "The Personality and Attitudes of Working Class British Communists and Fascists." Journal of Social Psychology Vol. 87 (June 1972), pp. 59-73.

"Faschismus: englische Anfange." C.V. Zeitung Vol. 13 (1934), p. 3.

Fascism and Agriculture. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936].

Fascism, Anti-Semitism, and the Jews. London: Jewish Peoples' Council of Labour, 1934.

"Fascism for Britain?" Review of Reviews Vol. 85 (February 1934), pp. 16-19.

"Fascism for Britain?" Spectator Vol. 152 (February 1934), p. 225.

Fascism: The Enemy of the People. London: National Council of Labour, 1934.

Fascist Fallacies. London: National Constitutional Defence Movement, n.d. [1936?].

"Fascists Come to England." Living Age Vol. 346 (March 1934), pp. 46-48.

Fuller, J.F.C. India in Revolt. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1931. [The distinguished military strategist and historian, Major General J.F.C. Fuller, was a leading and outspoken member of the British Union of Fascists. The works listed here represent his military views -- often impinging on social, economic, and diplomatic concerns -- of the period. The closest thing to a "British Fascist military philosophy" can be found in the works of Fuller.]

-- -- -. War and Western Civilisation 1832-1932: A Study of War as a Political Instrument and the Expression of Mass Democracy. London: Duckworth, 1932.

-- -- -. Empire Unity and Defence. Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1934.

-- -- -. The First of the League Wars: Its Lessons and Omens. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1936. Der erste der Volkerbundskriege. Berlin: Rowolt, 1938.

-- -- -. Memoirs of an Unconventional Soldier. London: Nicholson and Watson, 1936. Erinnerungen eines freimuetigen Soldaten. Berlin: Rowolt, 1937.

-- -- -. The Conquest of Red Spain. London: Burns, Oates and Washborne, n.d [1937].

-- -- -. March to Sanity: What the British Union Has to Offer Britain. London: Action Press, n.d. [1937].

-- -- -. Towards Armageddon: The Defence Problem and its Solution. London: Lovat Dickson, 1937.

-- -- -. Decisive Battles: Their Influence Upon History and Civilisation. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 2 vols. 1939-40.

-- -- -. Machine Warfare: An Enquiry into the Influence of Mechanics on the Art of War. London: Hutchinson, 1942.

-- -- -. Das Problem Europa: eine Untersuchung ueber Verfall und Rettung der Welt. Berlin: Nibelungen Verlag, 1944.

-- -- -. The Second World War 1939-1945. New York: Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, 1948; 1954.

Galinsky, Karl-Hans (ed.). British Fascism [Teubners Neusprachliche Lesestoffe im Dienste Nationalpolitischer Erziehung, Hefte Nr. 9]. Leipzig: Teubner Verlag, 1935.

Garratt, Geoffrey T. The Shadow of the Swastika. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1938.

Geiger, David M. "British Fascism as Revealed in the British Union of Fascists' Press." Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, 1963.

-- -- -. "Blackshirts as Jew-Baiters." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 20, No. 4 (Autumn 1966), pp. 11-14.

'Gens.' "An Open Letter to Sir Oswald Mosley." New English Weekly Vol. 4 (1 March 1934), pp. 463-64.

"Das Gesetz ueber Sir Oswald Mosley." Sozialistische Press-Korrespondenz [Frankfurt} No. 30 (1948), p. 24.

"Ghosts of the Past: Sir Oswald Mosley's Alternative." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 2 (November 1947), p. 1.

Gibbons, Russell W. "Mosley on Campus." Commonweal Vol. 77 (2 November 1962), pp. 142-43.

Gordon-Canning, Robert. The Inward Strength of a National Socialist. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1934?].

-- -- -. The Holy Land: Arab or Jew? London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936?].

-- -- -. Mind Britain's Business: British Union Foreign Policy. London: Greater Britain Publications, 1938.

Goulding, Michael. Peace Betrayed: Labour's Peace Policy Through British Union Eyes. London: Greater Britain Publications, 1938.

Graham, Alistair. Fascism in Britain: An Account of the Rise and Decline of Fascism in British Politics. Badminton: Pharos Press, 1966.

Granzow, Brigitte. A Mirror of Nazism: British Public Opinion and the Emergence of Hitler. London: Victor Gollancz, 1964.

Graveli, Asvero (ed.). Il Fascismo Inglese. Rome: Nuova Europa, 1934.

'Grecian.' "Prime Ministers of Tomorrow? Studies of Post-War Politics, I: Sir Oswald.Mosley." Time and Tide Vol. 12 (7 March 1931), p. 279.

Griffiths, Richard. Fellow-Travellers of the Right: Enthusiasts for Nazi Germany 1933-1939. London: Oxford University Press. 1983.

Griggs, Anne Brock. Women and Fascism: Ten Important Points. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1935?].

Groves, Reg. East End Crisis: Socialism, the Jews, and Fascism. London: Socialist League London Area Committee, n.d. [1937].

Grunfeld, Walter. "Mosley Makes a Comeback." New Republic [London] Vol. 118 (9 February 1948), pp. 23-25.

Haas, Werner (ed.). Europa will lebel: die nationalen Erneuerungsbewegungen in Wort und Bild. Berlin: Batschari Verlag, 1936.

Hamilton, Alistair. "England," in The Appeal of Fascism: A Study of Intellectuals and Fascism 1919-1945. New York: Macmillan, 1971.

Hamm, Jeffrey. Britain Awake: Challenge the Old Gang. London: The Author, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. Action Replay: An Autobiography. London: Howard Baker, 1983.

Hannington, Wal. Fascist Danger and the Unemployed. London: National Unemployed Workers' Movement, 1939.

Hawks, Olive. Women Fight for Britain and for Britain Alone. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1938].

Helmolt, T. von. "Ideologische Unterbau des englischen Faschismus." Der Ring Vol. 6 (1934), p. 364.

Heyward, Peter. Menace of the Chain Store: British Union Policy for the Distributive Trades. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1938?].

-- -- -. Shopkeepers at War: Against War and Monopoly. London: Abbey Supplies, n.d. [1939?].

Hill, F.D. Against Trust and Monopoly: Commercial Travellers and Shopkeepers at Action. London: Abbey Supplies, n.d. [1934?].

Holmes, Colin. Anti-Semitism in British Society 1876-1939. New York: Holmes and Meier, 1979.

-- -- -. "East-End Anti-Semitism, 1936." Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History No. 32 (Spring 1976), pp. 26-33.

Iddekinge, P.R.S. Van, and Paape, A.H. Ze zijn er nog: een documentatie over fascistische, nazistische en andere rechtsradicale denkbeelden en activiteiten na 1945. Amsterdam: De Bezige Bij, 1970

"I Love Mosley." Time Vol. 50 (15 September 1947), p. 29.

International Finance: More Fascist Lies Exposed. Tiptree: Anchor Press, n.d. [1940].

Irving, David. "Small Bills in Sealed Packages: How Mussolini Kept Sir Oswald Mosley's Fascists in Funds." Focal Point (30 October 1981).

It Can Happen Again. London: Senior S.P. Press, n.d. [1947?].

Jenks, Jorian. The Land and the People: British Union Policy for Agriculture. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1938?].

Joad, C.E.M. The Case for the New Party. London: New Party, n.d. [1931].

-- -- -. "Prologemena to Fascism." Political Quarterly Vol. 2 (1931), pp. 82-99.

John, Michael. Face of Revolution. New York: Macmillan, 1936.

"John Bull's Mosley Blackshirts are Tamed but Provocative Ideas Spread." Newsweek Vol. 13 (13 February 1937), pp. 22-23.

Jones, J.R. "England," in Hans Rogger and Eugen Weber (eds.), The European Right: A Historical Profile. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1966.

Jones, Mervyn. "Still Trying." New Statesman Vol. 38 (22 October 1949), pp. 444-45.

-- -- -. "Mosley Stirs." New York Times Magazine (12 March 1950), pp. 53-55.

Joyce, William. Dictatorship. London: BUF Publications, 1933.

-- -- -. Fascist Education Policy. London: BUF Publications, 1933.

-- -- -. Fascism and India. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936?].

-- -- -. Fascism and Jewry. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1936?].

-- -- -. National Socialism Now. London: National Socialist League, 1937.

-- -- -. Jewish Policy Exposed. London: The Author, 1938.

-- -- -. Twilight over England: The Path to Democracy is the Road to Oblivion. The Hague: 'Oceanus,' 1942. Daemmerung ueber England. Berlin: Internationale Verlag, 1940.

Kedwards, H.R. "Britain, Belgium and Spain," in Fascism in Western Europe 1900-45. New York: New York University Press, 1971.

Kenyon, H.W. Towards Freedom: Trade Unionism, Its History and Future. London: Greater Britain Publications, n.d. [1935?].

Keynes, John Maynard. "Sir Oswald Mosley's Manifesto." Nation and Athenaeum Vol. 48 (13 December 1930), p. 367.

Kibblewhite, L., and Rigby, A. Fascism in Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Aberdeen Peoples' Party, 1978.

'Kim.' "Tories as Communist Supporters." Saturday Review Vol. 157 (16 June 1934), pp. 688-89.

-- -- -. "Rothermere and Mosley." Saturday Review Vol 157 (28 July 1934), pp. 879-80.

-- -- -. "A Conservative Leader?" Saturday Review Vol. 158 (29 December 1934), pp. 583-84.

Kitchen, Michael. Fascism. London: Macmillan, 1976.

Klein, Rudolf. "The Fascist Temper" [review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. Commentary Vol. 53 (April 1972), pp. 98-100.

-- -- -. "Rat Out of the Bag" [review of Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley]. New Society Vol. 32 (3 April 1975), pp. 28-29.

Knickerbocker, H.R. Die Schwarzhemden in England und Englands wirtschaftlicher Aufstieg. Berlin: Rowohlt, 1934. Il Fascismo inglese e la reforma economica dell' Inghilterra. Milan: Bompiani, 1935.

Koss, Stephen. "One of the Lost Boys" [review of Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley]. New Statesman Vol. 89 (21 March 1975), p. 376.

Krieger, Heinz. England und die Judenfrage in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Frankfurt: Moritz Diesterweg Verlag, 1938.

Lansbury, George. "Anti-Semitism in the East End." Spectator Vol. 157 (24 July 1936), pp. 133-34.

Lean, E. Tangye. "Moderns," in The Napoleonists: A Study in Political Disaffection, 1760-1960. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Leaper, W.J. Fascism for the Million. London: BUF Publications, 1936.

Lebzelter, Gisela C. Political Anti-Semitism in England 1918-1939. London: Macmillan, 1978.

Ledeen, Michael. Universal Fascism. New York: Howard Fertig, 1972.

Lees-Milne, James. Another Self. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1970.

Lehmann, Ruth P. Anglo-Jewish Bibliography, 1937-1970. London: Jewish Historical Society of England, 1973.

Letters of Lucifer and Leading Articles from 'The Blackshirt'. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1933].

Lindscheidt, F. "Oswald Mosley probierte nochmal." Die Hilfe Vol. 38 (5 November 1932), pp. 1074-76.

Louis, Margeurite. "What I Saw Inside Olympia." New Leader (15 June 1934), p. 3.

Lunn, Kenneth, and Thurlow, Richard C. (eds.). British Fascism: Essays on the Radical Right in Inter-War Britain. New York: St. Martins Press, 1980. [This collection contains first-publications of the following essays on Mosley's Fascism: Paul Hayes, "The Contribution of British Intellectuals to Fascism"; Colin Holmes, "Anti-Semitism and the BUF"; Neill Nugent, "Post-War Fascism?"; Stuart Rawnsley, "The Membership of the British Union of Fascists"; Philip Rees, "Changing Interpretations of British Fascism"; Robert Skidelsky, "Reflections on Mosley and British Fascism"; John Stevenson, "The BUF, the Metropolitan Police and Public Order"; Richard C. Thurlow, "The Return of Jeremiah: The Rejected Knowledge of Sir Oswald Mosley in the 1930s."]

Mackenzie, Norman. "Mosley Emerges." New Statesman Vol. 32 (9 November 1946), p. 335.

Maclean, M.J. Mosley Exposed. London: Board of Deputies of British Jews, n.d. [1936?].

Malone, Cecil. What is the Mosley Memorandum? London: Caledonian Press, n.d. [1930].

Mandle, W.F. Anti-Semitism and the British Union of Fascists. London: Longmans, 1968.

-- -- -. "Sir Oswald Mosley's Resignation from the Labour Government." Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand Vol. 10 (May 1963), pp. 493-510.

-- -- -. "The New Party." Historical Studies: Australia and New Zealand Vol. 12 (October 1966), pp. 343-55.

-- -- -. "The Leadership of the British Union of Fascists." Australian Journal of Politics and History Vol. 12 (December 1966), pp. 360-83.

-- -- -. "Sir Oswald Leaves the Labour Party, March 1931." Labour History [Canberra] No. 12 (May 1967), pp. 35-51.

Martin, Kingsley. Fascism, Democracy, and the Press. London: New Statesman and Nation, 1938.

-- -- -. "Can England Escape?" New Statesman Vol. 15 (13 May 1933), pp. 592-93.

-- -- -. "Fascism and the Daily Mail." Political Quarterly Vol. 5 (April 1934), pp. 273-76.

-- -- -. "The Black Army." New Statesman Vol. 17 (16 June 1934), pp. 904-05.

-- -- -. "Hyde Park." New Statesman Vol. 8 (8 September 1934), pp. 283-85.

-- -- -. "Fascism and the Jews." New Statesman Vol. 12 (10 October 1936), pp. 496-97.

-- -- -. "The Prophecies of Doom" [review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. New Statesman Vol. 76 (25 October 1968), pp. 537-38.

Melville, Cecil F. The Truth About the New Party: And Much Else Besides Concerning Sir Oswald Mosley's Political Aims, the 'Nazi' Movement of Herr Adolph Hitler and the Adventure in Political Philosophy of Mr. Wyndham Lewis. London: Wishart, 1931.

-- -- -."Political Upheaval, I: Sir Oswald Mosley." Fortnightly Review Vol. 129 (1 May 1931), pp. 658-67.

Memorandum on Fascism. London: Economic Advisory Bureau, 1934.

Miles, A.C. Fascism and Shipping. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1935?].

-- -- -. Mosley in Motley. London: The Author, 1937.

Miles, R., and Phizacklea, A. (eds.). Racism and Political Action in Britain. London: Routledge and Keegan Paul, 1979.

Mitford, Jessica. Hons and Rebels. London: Victor Gollancz, 1960. Daughters and Rebels. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1960.

Montague, Ivor. Blackshirt Brutality: The Story of Olympia. London: Workers' Bookshop, 1934.

Mosley Fascism: The Man, His Policy and Methods. London: Labour Research Department, 1935.

Mosley: What They Say, What They Said, What He Is. London: Raven Books, 1947.

"Mosley's Union Movement: 'Rich' Israelis and 'Poor' Arabs." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 10, Nos. 5-6 (1956), p.43.

Mosley, Diana. A Life of Contrasts. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1977.

Mosley, Nicholas. Rules of the Game: Sir Oswald Mosley and Lady Cynthia 1896-1933. London: Secker and Warburg, 1982.

-- -- -. Beyond the Pale: Sir Oswald Mosley and Family 1933-1980. London: Secker and Warburg, 1983.

Mosley, Oswald. Revolution by Reason. Birmingham: Borough Labour Party, 1925.

-- -- -. Sir Oswald Mosley M.P. Replies to Mr. Baldwin on Industrial Problems and the Socialists. London: Independent Labour Party Publications Department, 1929.

-- -- -. Why We Left the Old Parties. London: New Party, n.d. [1931].

-- -- -. The Greater Britain. London: BUF Publications, 1932.

-- -- -. Fascism Explained: Ten Points of Fascist Policy. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1933l. Abridged editions: British Union Policy: Ten Points [1933]; British Union for British Race: Ten Points of Fascist and National Socialist Policy[1937].

-- -- -. Fascism in Britain. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1933].

-- -- -. Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered. London: BUF Publications, 1936.

-- -- -. Education Not Conscription: A Real National Militia. London: Sanctuary Press, 1938.

-- -- -. Taxation and the People. London: Abbey Supplies, n.d. [1938].

-- -- -. Tomorrow We Live. London: Greater Britain Publications, 1938.

-- -- -. Britain First: Being the Verbatim Report of Mosley's Speech to the Largest Indoor Meeting Held in the Earls Court Exhibition Hall, Sunday, July 16, 1939. London: Action Press, 1939.

-- -- -. The British Peace: How to Get it. London: BUF Publications, n.d. [1940].

-- -- -. My Answer. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, 1946.

-- -- -. The Alternative. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, 1947. Die Alternative. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, 1949.

-- -- -. The Menace of Russian Communism: The Necessity to Prevent its Developing and Using the Atom Bomb for World Conquest. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. Mosley Writes on East London Meetings. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. Mosley's Speech. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. A Policy for Britain. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. Union of Europe: Extension of Patriotism, Idea of Kinship. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. Europe A Nation: Mosley's Speech in East London 16th October 1948 on the Election of a European Assembly. Ramsbury: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1948].

-- -- -. Free Speech in Union. Ramsbury: Union Movement, 1948.

-- -- -. Germany: The Key to Europe. Ramsbury: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1948].

-- -- -. Ireland's Right to Unite: When Entering European Union. London: Sanctuary Press, 1948.

-- -- -. Objects of Union Movement. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, n.d. [1948].

-- -- -. Africa: The Source of European Recovery. Ramsbury: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1949].

-- -- -. An Answer to Labour: Feet on the Ground or Heads in the Sand. Ramsbury: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1949].

-- -- -. The Coming Crisis: What Will 'They' Do? London: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1949].

-- -- -. Europe, A Nation: Africa, Empire of Europe. Text of Mosley's Speech at Kensington Town Hall on 18th October 1949. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, 1949.

-- -- -. Germany and Russia. Ramsbury: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1949].

-- -- -. Six Points of European Socialism. London: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1949].

-- -- -. The European Situation: The Third Force. Ramsbury: Mosley Publications, 1950. Rettung des Abendlandes: die Dritte Macht. London: Union Movement, 1950.

-- -- -. The Present Situation: We Shall Fight and Win. London: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1950].

-- -- -. The A.B.C. of Modern Economics. London: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1951].

-- -- -. The Bottom of Bevanism. London: Sanctuary Press, 1951.

-- -- -. Union Movement Policy: Ten Points. London: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1951].

-- -- -. What Chance of Peace? London: Sanctuary Press, n.d. [1951].

-- -- -. European Socialism. London: Sanctuary Press, 1951.

-- -- -. Mosley: Policy and Debate. London: Euphorion Books, 1954.

-- -- -. Automation, Problem and Solution: The Answer of European Socialism. London: Sanctuary Press, 1956.

-- -- -. European Socialism: A Summary of the Policy and a Reply to Comment and Criticism from Britain, Germany, Italy, and America. London: Sanctuary Press, 1956.

-- -- -. The Government of Tomorrow: The Problem of Power. London: Sanctuary Press, 1956.

-- -- -. United States of Europe: Speech in Trafalgar Square, London, on Saturday July 1st 1956. London: Sanctuary Press, 1956.

-- -- -. Wagner and Shaw: A Synthesis. London: Sanctuary Press, 1956.

-- -- -. Mosley: The Facts. London: Euphorion Books, 1957.

-- -- -. Europe: Faith and Plan. London: Euphorion Books, 1958. Ich glaube an Europa. Lippoldsberg: Klosterhaus, 1962. La Nation Europe. Paris: Nouvelles Editions Latines, 1962.

-- -- -. Mosley: Right or Wrong? London: Lion Books, 1961.

-- -- -. My Life. London: Thomas Nelson, 1968; New Rochelle, N.Y.: Arlington House, 1972. Mi Vida. Barcelona: Ediciones Caralt, 1973. Weg und Wagnis: ein Leben fuer Europa. Leoni am Starnberger See: Druffel Verlag, 1973.

-- -- -. "The Labour Party' s Financial Policy." Socialist Review (September 1927), pp. 18-35.

-- -- -. "Mr. Lloyd George and Unemployment." Labour Magazine Vol. 7 (April 1929), pp. 556-60.

-- -- -. "From Tory to Labour." Labour Magazine Vol. 8 (May 1929), pp. 6-8.

-- -- -. "Old Parties or New?" Political Quarterly Vol. 3 (1932), pp 27-32.

-- -- -. "Il fascismo come fattore di pace universals." Gerarchia Vol. 12 (1932), pp. 861-65.

-- -- -. "Le Ripercussioni del patto a quattro in Inghilterra." Gerarchia Vol. 13 (1933), pp. 462-65.

-- -- -. "Does England Need Fascism? Yes, by Sir Oswald Mosley." The Listener Vol. 9 (22 March 1933), pp. 433-35.

-- -- -. "Why We Wear the Black Shirt." London Sunday Dispatch (21 January 1934), p. 11.

-- -- -. "The Blackshirt Leader Replies to His Critics." London Daily Mail (23 March 1934), p. 14.

-- -- -. "Economic Nationalism and World Peace." Age of Plenty Vol. 2 (April-June 1934), pp. 9-12.

-- -- -. "The New Economics and the Old." Age of Plenty Vol. 2 (October-December 1934), pp. 9-12.

-- -- -. "Judentum gegen Faschismus." Weltfront [Berlin] Vol. 1 (1935), pp. 42-49.

-- -- -. "The Philosophy of Fascism." Fascist Quarterly Vol. 1 (January 1935), pp. 35-46.

-- -- -. "The Corporate State." Age of Plenty Vol. 2 (January-March 1935), pp. 5-7.

-- -- -. "The Blackshirts Are Marching On." London Daily Mail (4 March 1935), p. 12.

-- -- -. "Forward in Fascism." Fascist Quarterly Vol. 2 (January 1936), pp. 30-33.

-- -- -. "The World Alternative." Fascist Quarterly Vol. 2 (July 1936), pp. 377-95. Translated as "Das grosse Entweder Oder: der europaische Synthese innerhalb der universalistichen Bestrebungen der Faschismus und Nationalsocialismus." Geopolitik Vol. 13 (September 1936), pp. 565-82.

-- -- -. "Introduction," to Goethe, Faust, trans. Bayard Taylor. London: Euphorion Books, 1952.

-- -- -. "Which Inheritance? Goethe or 'The Vicar of the Minister of Baste'?" [review of Erich Heller, The Disinherited Mind]. The European No. 2 (April 1953), pp. 37-49.

-- -- -. "Labour's New Programme: or How to Get the Worst of Both Worlds." The European No. 8 October 1953), pp. 7-14.

-- -- -. "A Reply to Dr. Strasser." The European No. 16 (June 1954), pp. 11-17.

-- -- -. "Sir Winston Churchill: Policy and Record." The European No. 17 (July 1954), pp. 17-21.

-- -- -. "Colin Wilson's 'The Outsider' " [review]. The European No. 48 (February 1957), pp. 337-51.

-- -- -. "Sir Oswald Mosley Discusses His Political Career with James Mossman" [transcription of B.B.C. Television 'Panorama' program]. The Listener Vol. 80 (31 October 1968), pp. 576-78.

-- -- -. "Britannien und Europa." Nation Europa Vol. 20 (June 1970), pp. 1-3.

-- -- -. "The First European: Arthur Butler Talks to Sir Oswald Mosley." Spectator Vol. 227 (13 November 1971), p. 682.

-- -- -. "Interview: William F. Buckley, Jr., Talks with Sir Oswald Mosley" [transcription of 'Firing Line' television broadcasts Firing Line Transcripts, 1972.

-- -- -. "Chosen by God?" [review of Max I. Dimont, The Indestructible Jews]. books and bookmen Vol. 18 (July 1973), pp. 28-31.

-- -- -. "Kommt England in Europa an?" Nation Europa Vol. 23 (October 1973), pp. 35-37.

-- -- -. "Continental Systems" [review of David Calleo and Benjamin Rowland, America and the World Political Economy]. books and bookmen Vol. 19 (December 1973), pp. 24-27.

-- -- -. "Sir Oswald Mosley on Doing it His Way" [review of Robert Skidelsky, Oswald Mosley]. Spectator Vol. 234 (5 April 1975), pp. 406-07.

Mullally, Frederic. Fascism Inside England. London: Claud Morris Books, 1946.

'Murchin, H.C.' Britain's Jewish Problem. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1939.

Murphy, J.T. Fascism: The Socialist Answer. London: Socialist League, 1935.

Neubauer, R. "The Face of British Fascism." Red Mole (8-22 April 1971), p.7.

The 'New' Party. London: Labour Party, 1931.

Nicolson, Harold. Diaries and Letters, 1930-1939 [ed. Nigel Nicolson]. New York: Atheneum, 1966.

-- -- -. "Can the New Party Survive?" Saturday Review Vol. 153 (9 January 1932), p.35.

Nugent, Neill, and King, Roger (eds.). The British Right. Farnborough: Saxon House, 1977.

"Obituary: Sir Oswald Mosley." League Review Vol. 1, No. 32 (1981), pp.17-18.

"Old Men Forget" [anon. review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. Times Literary Supplement (24 October 1968), p.1200.

Organized Anti-Semitism in Great Britain, 1942-46. London: Jewish Central Information Office, 1946.

Osborn, Reuben. "Mosley's Rise and Fall" [review of Oswald Mosley, My Life]. The Humanist Vol. 84 (May 1969), pp. 138-39.

Packer, P. "Britain's Fascist Phoenix." Collier's Weekly Vol. 120 (13 December 1947), pp. 20-21.

Peele, Gillian. "Were Only the Means Bad?" Government and Opposition Vol. 11, No. 1 (Winter 1976), pp.120-29.

Picarda, Noel. "The Day of the Doll: Noel Picarda Talks to Sir Oswald Mosley." Isis No. 1370 (18 May 1960), pp. 18-19.

'Plainshirt.' "Fascism in England: Can Mosley Do It?" Everyman No. 262 (2 February 1934), pp. 9, 30.

Plessow, Gustav. "Britische-faschistische Literatur." Anglia Beiblatt (1935), pp.84-93.

The Policy of Union Movement and What Membership Means. London: Union Movement, n.d. [1954?].

Powell, R. Mosley and Notting Hill, October 1959. London: The Author, n.d. [1965].

Pritt, Denis. The Mosley Case. London: Labour Monthly, n.d. [1947].

-- -- -. "The Police and the Fascists." New Statesman Vol. 34 (23 August 1947), p. 144.

Pryce-Jones, David. Unity Mitford: A Quest. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1976; New York: Dial Press, 1977.

Pugh, Michael. "Peace with Italy: BUF Reactions to the Abyssinian War." Wiener Library Bulletin Vol. 27 (1974), pp. 11-17.

Put Mosley Back in Prison. London: Communist Party of Great Britain, n.d. [1943].

Rawnsley, Stuart. "The BUF in the 1930s." Unpublished manuscript, n.p., n.d.

The Reappearance of the Swastika: Neo-Nazism and Fascist International: A Comprehensive Survey of All Organizations, Leaders, Cross-Connexions, and Their Ideological Background. London: Gamma Publications, 1960.

Red Violence and Blue Lies: An Answer to 'Fascists at Olympia'. London: BUF Publications, 1934.

Rees, Philip. Fascism in Britain: An Annotated Bibliography. Hassocks: Harvester Press, 1979.

Rhodes, John. "The Mosley Memorandum: A Study in Economic Policy and Decision-Making." Unpublished M.A. thesis, Sussex University, n.d.

Robb, James. Working-Class Anti-Semite. London: Tavistock, 1954.

Roberts, H. "Jew and Blackshirt in the East End." New Statesman and Nation Vol. 12 (7 November 1936), pp. 698-99.

Roe, E. Mandeville. The Corporate State. London: BUF Publications, 1934.

Rose, Lionel S. Fascism in Britain [Factual Survey No. 1]. London: The Author, 1948.

-- -- -. Survey of Open-Air Meetings Held by Pro-Fascist Organizations, April-October 1947 [Factual Survey No. 2]. London: The Author, 1948.

-- -- -. Fascist and Anti-Semitic Activities and the Law [Factual Survey No. 3]. London: The Author, 1948.

Rosten, Leo C. "The Rise of Oswald Mosley." Harper's Monthly (September 1934), pp. 492-501.

Row, Robert. None Need Starve: Union Movement Agricultural Council, August 1952. London: The Author, 1952.

-- -- -. The Colour Question in Britain: Causes and Solutions. London: Sanctuary Press, 1959.

-- -- -. "Sir Oswald Mosley: Briton, Fascist, European." Journal of Historical Review Vol. 5, Nos. 2-4 (Winter 1984), pp. 139-173.

Rowan-Robinson, H. "The Military Implications of Fascism." Army, Navy and Air Force Gazette Vol. 75 (9 August 1934), pp. 630, 32.

Rowdon, John. "Mosley's British Fascists." Current History Vol. 40 (August 1934), pp. 601-02.

Rudlin, W.A. The Growth of Fascism in Great Britain. London: Allen and Unwin, 1935.

Rust, William. Mosley and Lancashire [Labour Monthly Pamphlet No. 5]. London: Labour Monthly, 1935.

-- -- -. "The Mosley Manifesto." Labour Monthly Vol. 13 (1931), pp. 35-40.

-- -- -. "Cotton and the Left: A Reply to the Fascist Quarterly." Labour Monthly Vol. 17 (November 1935), pp. 691-96.

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NEW PARTY, BRITISH UNION OF FASCISTS, and UNION MOVEMENT PERIODICALS 1931-83:

Action. NP, 1931, weekly newspaper.

Action. BUF, 1936-40, weekly newspaper.

Action News Service (supplement to Action). BUF, 1940, weekly.

Age of Plenty. BUF, 1934-35, quarterly journal.

Fascist Week. BUF, 1933-34, weekly newspaper.

Blackshirt (incorporating Fascist Week). BUF, 1933-38, monthly newspaper. Continued as Southern Blackshirt, 1938-39; East London Blackshirt, 1939; British Union News, 1939.

Fascist Quarterly (later British Union Quarterly). BUF, 1935-40, quarterly journal.

New Pioneer. BUF affiliate, 1938-40, monthly journal.

Mosley News Letter. UM, 1946-48, monthly.

London Attack (later Attack). UM, 1948-49, monthly newspaper.

The European. UM, 1953-59, monthly journal.

East London Worker (later East London Blackshirt). UM, 1953-56, irregular newspaper.

East Anglian Press. UM, 1954-57, irregular newspaper.

North Kensington Leader. UM, 1958-59, monthly newspaper.

Union (incorporating pre-war Action). UM, 1948-57, monthly newspaper. Continued as Action, 1957-64.

National European (incorporating Union/Action). UM, 1964-66, monthly newspaper. Continued as Action, 1966-83, fortnightly newsletter.

Britain Awake. UM West London Branch, 1964-66, monthly newsletter.

East London Action. UM East London Branch, 1965, irregular newsletter.

Social Justice. UM, 1967, irregular typescript.

Mosley Broadsheets. UM, 1970-80, irregular privately-circulated newsletter.
 

Research institutions holding major collections in British Fascism are: British Library of Political and Economic Science, London School of Economics, London; British Library Reference Museum, London; Glasgow Mitchell Library, Glasgow; Institute of Jewish Affairs, London; Labour Party Library, London; Leeds University Library, Leeds; Marx Memorial Library, London; National Council for Civil Liberties Archive, Hull University Library, Hull; National Library of Scotland, Dundee; Union Movement/Sanctuary Press, London; University of London Library, London; Wiener Library/lnstitute of Contemporary History, London; York Public Library, York; York University Library, York.

Readers interested in hearing a 45-minute cassette tape recording of Sir Oswald Mosley speaking to several hundred of his followers at Kensington Town Hall, London, in November 1963, may order "Mosley Speaks" for $6.95 postpaid from: Oakleaf Records, P.O. Box 999, Westfield, N.J. 07091.


From The Journal of Historical Review, Winter 1984 (Vol. 5, Nos. 2,3,4), pages 175-201.