The 43 Group: an interview and evaluation

The 43 Group: an interview and evaluation

Some information about the 43 Group and its impact.

In the immediate aftermath of World War II Mosley and the British Union of Fascists members were released from prison as the threat of a pro Nazi fifth column subsided. Unfortunately the defeat of their patrons Mussolini and Hitler, and the revelations of the Concentration camp system and the Holocaust didn't lead to much repenting.

Mosley and a core group of Fascists became active again in the East End hoping to rebuild their movement. Understandably this attempted resurrection was bitterly opposed by the Jewish community. The main source of opposition was the 43 Group, its backbone was Jewish ex servicemen but the group did include civilian men and women and some non Jewish members.

Here is an interview with a member of the group followed by a discussion with Professor Nigel Copsey of Teesside University about the post war resurgence of Fascism and the effectiveness of the 43 Group.

Comments

RobberBurns88
Oct 26 2017 09:37

Something missing?

Reddebrek
Oct 26 2017 13:06

No the interview is a video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbwwSf6Ay_w