Pan-European thought in British fascism: the International Third Position and the Alliance for Peace and Freedom

@article{Shaffer2018PanEuropeanTI,
  title={Pan-European thought in British fascism: the International Third Position and the Alliance for Peace and Freedom},
  author={Ryan Shaffer},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  year={2018},
  volume={52},
  pages={78 - 99}
}
ABSTRACT Shaffer’s article explores pan-Europeanism in post-war British fascism by examining the International Third Position (ITP) and the Alliance for Peace and Freedom (APF). More marginal than the National Front and the British National Party, these groups never sought electoral influence or attracted a noteworthy membership. However, the ITP and the APF served as an important expression of extremist thought after the National Front and British National Party suffered from declining support… Expand
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