Mosley and British Politics 1918-32: Oswald’s Odyssey by D. Howell

By D. Howell

Oswald Mosley has been reviled as a fascist and lamented because the misplaced chief of either Conservative and Labour events. involved to articulate the calls for of the struggle iteration and to pursue an time table for financial and political modernization his final rejection of present associations and practices led him to fascism.

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