Fascist Week

Launched by the British Union of Fascists in November 1933 - nine months after the launch of Oswald Mosley's Blackshirt and Hitler's accession in Germany - Fascist Week lasted just 29 issues before it was incorporated into The Blackshirt. Notable contributors included Benito Mussolini and William Joyce‚?¶ aka the Nazi broadcaster Lord Haw-Haw who was hanged for treason in 1946.

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