Oswald Mosley as Entrepreneur
When money for Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists began to dry up in the late 1930s, he turned to novel schemes for fund-raising. James and Patience Barnes recount the intriguing story.
If the name of Sir Oswald Mosley means anything today, it is in connection with his leadership of the British Union of Fascists during the 1930s. If Mosley had had his way, he might also have earned a more enviable reputation and a considerable fortune in the realm of commercial radio. Why he embarked on this latter venture is the subject of this article.
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