Fascism in Britain


Fascism in Britain

"Fascism in Britain" is a book by Philip Rees. It is a bibliography of publications and articles by and about fascists and the radical right in Great Britain. It opens with an introductory essay on "What is Fascism?".

It was published in 1979 as a 243-page hardcover by Harvester Press in Britain (ISBN 0-85527-911-7), and Humanities Press in the USA (ISBN 0-391-00908-7).


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