Wednesday, July 12, 2017

A Quote of Sir Mosley on Lost Prospects for Fascist Unity

"We were sometimes suspected of being organised in a fascist International. On the contrary, we were much too national; the view of history may well be that we were not nearly international enough. There were sporadic meetings between leaders, and occasional holiday parties touring each other's countries, but no form of systematical organisation... More, not less, should in my view have been done to surmount these differences for the purpose of preserving peace." 
- Oswald Mosley, 'My Life' 
Image: A symbol of past efforts toward fascist unity; Unity Mitford, wearing her Blackshirt uniform, meeting Fritz Stadelmann, a Hitler adjutant.