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Fellow Travellers of the Right: British Enthusiasts for Nazi Germany, 1933-39 (Oxford Paperbacks) Paperback – March 17, 1983

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  • Series: Oxford Paperbacks
  • Paperback: 410 pages
  • Publisher: Oxford Paperbacks (March 17, 1983)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0192851160
  • ISBN-13: 978-0192851161
  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By New Age of Barbarism on August 13, 2010
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_Fellow Travellers of the Right: British Enthusiasts for Nazi Germany 1933-39_ (1980, Oxford) by Richard Griffiths is an interesting history of some of the British enthusiasts who supported Nazi Germany before World War II. This book details much of the interest in fascism and Nazism by many on the right in Britain who saw in Hitler an antagonist of Bolshevism and the Jews. Many of the individuals discussed in this book were involved in mainstream politics in Britain at the time. Others were more extreme and held to anti-Semitic conspiracy theories or anti-communism, but not all discussed held to these beliefs. While many in Britain were outraged when they discovered Hitler's brutal treatment of the Jews, a few continued to say good things about Hitler's regime (not all of them extremists). Some turned on Hitler later when Nazism made a pact with the Soviets, but others continued to support the Nazis. This book provides an interesting examination of some of the British involvement with the Nazis and some of the individuals in Britain who were early supporters of Hitler and the Nazis.

The book includes the following chapters-

Preface - attempts to look back at the era of Nazi support in Britain from the perspective of the 1960s. Notes the Anglo-German relationship at the time as well as the notion of "appeasement" and the role of various "enthusiasts" in offering support to the Nazis.

Part I: 1933-5, The Beginnings.

Introduction - explains the rise of the Nazis following the Versailles Treaty which many had viewed as excessively punitive. Notes the role of various "patriot" organizations in promoting pro-German views as well as the issue of anti-Semitism.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David Green on April 15, 2010
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A fascinating study of the personalities and thinking of the British political Right Wing in the 1930's which largely ignores the obvious activities of Oswald Moseley's British Union Of Fascists in favour of the many other pro German movements, some of them very small but vocal. Interesting to read that the daily mail was the last British newspaper to give up support for the nazis in Germany. My only criticism would be that the book concentrates on the generally upper and middle class leadership of these groups and says little about working class support for their views.
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