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

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  • 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 Unpublished autobiographical manuscript, n.d.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 I931–1939. 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.
  • ———. 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 rechts- radicale 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.[**]
  • 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.
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  • ———. The Greater Britain. London: BUF Publications, 1932.
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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.


Notes

[*] 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.

[**] 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.”


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Author(s): Keith Stimely
Title: A Bibliography of Works on and Relating to Oswald Mosley and British Fascism
Sources: The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 5, no. 2, 3, 4 (winter 1984), pp. 175-201
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Published: 1984-12-01
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