This is a very odd book. It shifts between being neutral, being retarded and being very accurate. It does a good job at paving out the history of Fascism over the last one hundred years, but then fails to really delve into anything like Hitler’s views of why he was forming Nazism and what the purpose of such an ideology was. Almost nothing is said about British Fascism except for a few mentions of the BNP, which is odd considering Oswald Mosley, and maybe even Enoch Powell had a lot to say about Empire and Imperialism which could be interesting for those who want to know about Fascism and its traditions.
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