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  • ‘WHY I AM A COMMUNIST’ IMMEDIATE POST WAR POCKET BOOKLET

    Why I am a Communist’ by Jim Keehan. 15 page pocket booklet detail Mr Keehan’s journey towards him becoming a communist and joining the communist party. An emotive reading dealing with working class poverty within the UK, and the right of the ordinary working man to work and a fair days pay…..The politics aside the words / situations for the 'ordinary' man, seem somewhat familiar today……

    £26.00
  • COMMUNIST PARTY NOVERBER 1945 COUNCIL ELECTIONS HAND BILL

    A very good condition Communist party candidate profile hand bill. November 1st 1945 Stepney Borough (Mile End North Ward) east London candidate information and Communist party aims information election pamphlet. Excellent damage free condition…a rare item ! For those interested in this subject matter I apologise for the lack of listings over the past year…..Finding new material is not easy….

    £53.00
  • BRITISH UNION of FASCISTS PAMPHLET ‘GAINST-TRUST & MONOPOLY !

    British Union pamphlet detailing BU policy towards the smaller independent shop keeper, the small business, and the what was then the foundation of British high street business. It 'points the finger' at the chain store and of course its Jewish owners, and details the effects that they (and Government) and their ways are / will have on British daily high street life, if left unchecked. Excellent damage

    £48.00
  • BRITISH UNION of FASCISTS RANK BADGE (1)

    A rare, 'field used' BU officially produced Blackshirt active member’s rank badge. Single ‘gold’ (bright yellow thread) bar on black wool backing and backed with grey cotton fabric, now very grubby and with a small area of 'damage' to the centre of the bar. This piece of rank insignia would be worn on the left breast of the black 'fencing' style shirt. Rank of ‘Unit Leader’

    £135.00
  • ‘ACTION’ NEWSPAPER No:- 180 AUGUST 5th 1939

    British Union of Fascists ’Action, Britain First’ news paper. One of the news papers issued by the British Union of Fascists (Action had the highest readership of all the British Fascist papers). Issue No. 180 August 5th, 1939. Headline:- ‘T.U.C. Aids Refugees ‘. Issue dealing with Trade Union issues, ‘requesting’ skilled refugees and B.U. opposition on the grounds that it would be taking a

    £32.00
  • ‘ACTION’ NEWSPAPER No:- 181 AUGUST 12TH 1939

    British Union of Fascists ’Action, Britain First’ news paper. One of the news papers issued by the British Union of Fascists (Action had the highest readership of all the British Fascist papers). Issue No. 181 August 12th, 1939. Headline:- ‘Poles Before Britons‘. Again the B.U. opposition to the favouring of immigrants and refugees. Twenty page news paper in good condition, with age foxing and slight

    £32.00
  • ‘ACTION’ NEWSPAPER No:- 194 November 16th 1939

    British Union of Fascists ’Action, Britain First’ news paper. One of the news papers issued by the British Union of Fascists (Action had the highest readership of all the British Fascist papers). Issue No. 194 November 16th, 1939. Headline:- ‘Press Wrecks Peace’. B.U. speaks out against peace overtones and the British press’s stance to press on with the war. Eight page news paper in good

    £32.00
  • ‘ACTION’ NEWSPAPER No:- 195 November 23rd 1939

    British Union of Fascists ’Action, Britain First’ news paper. One of the news papers issued by the British Union of Fascists (Action had the highest readership of all the British Fascist papers). Issue No. 195 November 23rd, 1939. Headline:- ‘Peace With Honour’. B.U. Stance on peace and an appeal for support so that their ‘voice' can be heard. Eight page news paper in good condition,

    £32.00
  • HELP WANTED:- ‘FASCISTI’ LAPEL BADGE in ORANGE -:HELP WANTED

    I have owned this badge for over 25 years. It came to me via a house clearance company that I used to buy from. I have, on and off researched and researched what this badge is for the entire time I have owned it. I have had apocryphal information as to what it is or for that matter is not, over all this time. My own

  • BRITISH, UNION MOVEMENT (BRITISH UNION of FASCISTS) LAPEL/TIE PIN

    A post WW2 Union Movement lapel/tie pin in chromed base metal. Pin is with correct spiralling, no maker marks as is common. The Union Movement was effectively the post WW2 resurrected British Union of Fascists, still lead by pre WW2 leader Oswald Mosley. A shadow of its pre-war counter part, the UM challenged for office mainly in local elections with limited success. Post war examples of this badge come

    £145.00