Foreign News: Mosley Out

As often before in his turncoat career, dark, humorless, melodramatic Sir Oswald Mosley was the center of a storm last week. As often before, the storm was more important than its center.

The Black Shirt. Successively a Conservative, Laborite and Socialist, Sir Oswald emerged in 1932 as the firebrand founder of the blackshirted British Union of Fascists. He broadcast his admiration for his friends Hitler and Mussolini, tried to put his country in the Axis orbit. His hoodlums attacked labor meetings, were attacked in turn. Wherever Sir Oswald went, a kind of hate...

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