Arnold Leese

Arnold Spencer Leese (1878–1956) was a British fascist politician and veterinary surgeon. Leese was initially prominent for his veterinary work and was known for his study of camels. A virulent anti-Semite, Leese led his own fascist movement and was a prolific author and publisher of polemics both before and after the Second World War. He has been described as "central to fascism’s rebirth" in the United Kingdom after 1945, acting as an intellectual mentor for Colin Jordan and John Tyndall, the "most significant figures on the extreme right since the 1960s".[1]

(Taken  from Wikipedia)