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Feminine Fascism: Women in Britain's Fascist Movement, 1923-45 Paperback – Jun 14 2003


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""...A useful, even important, study of a vital theme in the emergence of modern criminal law and of public attitudes toward it.""-- Simon Devereaux, Journal of Modern History
""This rich and detailed study greatly expands our understanding of women in the nationalist wing of British politics..."" --Twentieth Century British History

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Julie V. Gottlieb teaches history at the University of Manchester.

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Images of the British Union of Fascists (BUF) tend to evoke popular memories of a marginal movement, making a strong appeal to ex-servicemen, and drawing support from disgruntled and anti-Semitic elements in London's East End, with columns of male Blackshirts marching in step to vainglorious calls for a 'Greater Britain.' Read the first page
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