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Blackshirts: Sir Oswald Mosley (second from left), leader of the British Union of Fascists.
Blackshirts seize a railway station in Dire Dawa.
Oswald Mosley and Blackshirt supporters
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Oswald Mosley Oswald Mosley and the Blackshirts.
What was the Battle of Cable Street?
Italian Fascist Black Shirts.
Riots erupted between anti-Fascists and Blackshirts (British Fascists) when Mosley’s supporters were
Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists Movement is greeted with the fascists salute by supporters on October 4, 1937 at Millbank in …
The Battle of Cable Street
Blackshirts during Operation Barbarossa
RFP (Russian Fascist Party) Blackshirts at Harbin Station, 1934, waiting for arrival of their leader Konstantin Rodzaevsky
Oswald Mosley walks by fascist Blackshirts in salute, circa 1936. (CC-SA
Anti-Semitic blackshirts made a lot of noise in London before World War II. The real agents of Hitler in England weren’t in the streets—they were higher up.
The Ghosts of 1920s Italy Are Here to Haunt Us
The March on Rome coup d’état: Mussolini and the PNF paramilitary Blackshirts, October 1922
Italian neo-Fascists plan new march on Rome more than 90 years after Mussolini seized power
Models of Fascism
Barrier in Cable Street with ‘They Shall Not Pass’ warning about Blackshirts marching
1936: Human barrier in Cable Street to stop Mosley’s Blackshirts
Cable Street demonstrators in 1936
Italy’s Duce Benito Mussolini (left) with Leader Oswald Mosley (right) during Mosley’s visit to Italy in 1936.
Black shirts marching to the East End, London, 4 October 1936 .
1936: Gardiner’s Corner demo blocking Blackshirts march through Whitechapel… far left is
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Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists, marches with his Black