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Why did extremists fail in the 1930's?
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Why did extremists fail in the 1930's
The most significant challenge to the british parliamentary democracy in the 1930's came form sir Oswald Mosley, who in 1932 set up the BUF (British Union of Fascists) the party peaked at 22,000 members in 1939 but then declined why?
The main body of support for the BUF came from the North and the BUF headquaters was transferred to Manchester form London as the BUF attempted to make a big push to gain control of the country but the BUF along with the CPGB failed
One of the main reasons for the failure of the Fascist party was the fact Mosley the leader of the BUF planned on the depression getting worse and he would appear as a saviour with his policies such as tariffs on imported goods, but as War began to come closer the depression did not start to worsen but began improving as more and more people were becoming employed and businesses and industry became stronger because of this. Without the crisis of a depression Mosley knew he would find it hard to be elected and as the depression kept improving the chance of
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