Fascism in Great Britain Collection
Ref: Special Collection
Title: Fascism in Great Britain Collection
Scope: A collection of published and unpublished documents relating to Fascism and other right-wing movements in 20th century Britain up to the period of the demise of the Union Movement, but including critical and biographical material published after the period. It is intended primarily for the use of Third-year History students.
Extent: circa 150 volumes
Administrative / biographical history:
The collection was formerly housed in the Department of Economic & Social History but was transferred to the Main Library in 1987, since when further material has been added. It includes a number of scarce pamphlets, and includes for the most part documents produced by the British Union of Fascists before 1940, as well as more overtly anti-Semitic material produced by organisations such as the Sons of Liberty and the Imperial Fascist League.
- Related collections: British Union Collection, Cooper Collection, Fascism in Europe Collection, Joyce Papers, Robert Saunders Papers
- Source: From various sources
- System of arrangement: Classified by Dewey Decimal Classification
- Subjects: Subjects: Fascism - Great Britain
- Conditions of access: Available to all researchers, by appointment
- Restrictions: No restrictions
- Copyright: Variously according to document
- Finding aids: Listed and catalogued