British Anti-Semitism, Then and Now

Katz, Donald R.
February 1977
New Republic;2/5/77, Vol. 176 Issue 6, p21
Discusses the impact of the publication of the biography "Unity Mitford: A Quest," by David Pryce-Jones. Background on the relationship between British fascist Unity Mitford and German dictator Adolph Hitler as described in the book; Significance of the book in portraying British anti-Semitism; Detail of the efforts of Oswald Mosley, head of the British Union of Fascists, to prevent the publication of the book; View that the book is a revealing reflection upon the class that produced Unity; Opinion of Mosley on the book; Statement that Pryce-Jones decided to write about Unity because it seemed to be a good story.


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