WW I Hero Hutchinson Begins Publishing Fascist Paper in Britain

WW I Hero Hutchinson Begins Publishing Fascist Paper in Britain

Graham Seton Hutchison

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Lieutenant-Colonel Graham Seton Hutchison, a celebrated British hero from World War I, begins publishing The National Worker, the official publication of the fascist group he founded, the National Workers Movement.

This group will change its name to the National Socialist Workers Party then finally the National Workers Party. In all its forms, it's an explicitly fascist movement promoting a fascist ideology.

Hutchison also created the British Empire Fascist Party, which was based around a 24 point program for "National Reconstruction." It calls for for the destruction of the democratic party system, the creation of a corporate state, a policy of imperialism, and the denial of civil rights for Jews.

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