Table of contents for "Hurrah for the blackshirts!" : Fascists and Fascism in Britain between the Wars / Martin Pugh.


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Introduction                                                 I
I.    The Origins of British Fascism                        7
2.    Decadence, Democracy and Revolution                  21
3.    The Advent of Mussolini                              37
4.    Boy Scout Fascism                                    51
5.    Boiled Shirt Fascism                                 75
6.    The General Strike: The Fascist Crisis Denied        92
7.    'Boneless Wonders': The Crisis of 1929-31           110
8.    'Hurrah for the Blackshirts!': The British Union
of Fascists 1932-4                                  126
9.    'Where Are the Bodies?': The Politics of
Violence 1934-7                                     156
10.   'Drinking Tea With Treason': Fascism and the
Defence of Empire                                   177
i .    Corporatism, Capitalism and the Economic Depression  195
12.    Anti-Semitism and the Reorganisation of
Fascism 1936-8                                      213
13.   'Who is King here? Baldwin or I?'                    235
14.   'Mind Britain's Business': Appeasement and the
Peace Campaign                                      261
15.    The Open Conspiracy: Fascism and the Phoney War     287
Notes                                                      320
Sources                                                    366
Index                                                      375



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Fascism Great Britain History 20th century, Great Britain Politics and government 1910-1936, Great Britain Politics and government 1936-1945