Colin Jordan and Britain's Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler's Echo

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Abstract

Colin Jordan and Britain's Neo-Nazi Movement casts fresh light on one of post-war Britain's most notorious fascists, using him to examine the contemporary history of the extreme right. The book explores the wide range of neo-Nazi groups that Colin Jordan led, contributed to and inspired throughout his time as Britain's foremost promoter of Nazi ideology.

In a period stretching from the close of the Second World War right up to the 2000s, Colin Jordan became politically engaged with a multitude of Nazi-inspired extremist groups, either as leader or as a key protagonist. Moreover, Jordan also developed critical relationships with larger, competitor extreme-right organisations and parties, including the Mosley's Union Movement, the National Front and the most recent incarnation of the British National Party. He fostered a number of transnational links throughout his years of activism as well, especially with American neo-Nazis. In recent years, his writings and somewhat idealised profile have been adopted by more contemporary extremist organisations, such as the British People's Party and a rekindled British Movement, who look to Jordan as an inspirational figure for their own reconfigurations of a National Socialist agenda.

By examining this history, drawing on a wide range of fresh primary sources, Colin Jordan and Britain's Neo-Nazi Movement offers a new analysis on the nature and workings of Nazi-inspired political extremism in post-war Britain. It is an important study for anyone interested in the history of fascism, extreme ideologies and the political and social history of Britain since the Second World War.

Table of contents
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBloomsbury
Number of pages304
ISBN (Print)9781472509314
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2017

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Adolf Hitler
History
Extreme Right
Postwar Britain
Jordan
Second World War
Union Movement
Ideology
Contemporary History
Activism
Social History
Agenda
British National Party
Protagonist
Extremism
National Socialists
Political History
Incarnation
British People
Primary Source

Keywords

  • Neo-nazi
  • fascism
  • far right
  • extremism

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