The winds Fascism blew far afield during the Twenties and Thirties, establishing deeply-rooted trees in Italy, Spain and Germany. This breeze appealed to some men on distant shores, and so smaller fascist cliques were formed in Romania, France, and Britain, among other places.
Oswald Mosley (1896 – 1980) was one of these men; he was the founder of the British Union of Fascists. The attached article outlines much of his life and political career up to the year 1938, with heavy emphasis concerning some of the least the admirable aspects of his character
"His father's comment sums Mosely up admirably:
'He has never done an honest days work in his life.'"