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Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (September 1899 - November leader of the Romanian Iron Guard, revolutionary, author. Interesting Reads, Interesting History, Julius Evola, Romania People, Central And Eastern Europe, Old Photography, Us Man, St Michael, World War Two

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Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (September 13, 1899 - November 30, 1938), leader of the Romanian Iron Guard, revolutionary, author.

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Romanian field marshal Ion Antonescu and Iron Guard leader Horia Sima speak in Bucharest after overthrowing the monarchy of King Carol II. Flak Tower, Field Marshal, Central And Eastern Europe, Archangel Michael, German Army, Socialism, St Michael, World History, World War Two

This Day in History: Nov 27, 1940: Iron Guard massacres former Romanian government

Two months after General Ion Antonescu seized power in Romania and forced King Carol II to abdicate, Antonescu's Iron Guard arrests and executes more than 60 aides of the exiled king, including Nicolae Iorga, a former minister and acclaimed historian. The extreme right-wing movement known as the Iron Guard was founded by Corneliu Codreanu in the 1920s, imitating Germany's Nazi Party in both ideology and methods. In 1938, King Carol II managed to establish a stronger dictatorship in Romania…

Sir Oswald Mosley giving two fingers to the British Establishment 16 October 1948 Mitford Sisters, Bizarre Photos, The Third Reich, Socialism, World History, World War Two, Wwii, Britain, Germany

Sir Oswald Mosley giving two fingers to the British Establishment 16 October 1948

Oswald Mosley, the Socialist candidate in the Smethwick by-election, campaigning with his wife Lady Cynthia Curzon, December 1926 Mitford Sisters, Women's History, High Society, Wwii, The Man, Politics, Lady, People, Books

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British Union of Fascists / Oswald Mosley / Speech / May 1940 SD . Mitford Sisters, The Third Reich, Vintage London, Dieselpunk, Popular Culture, Military History, World War Two, Historical Photos, Wwii

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British Union of Fascists / Oswald Mosley / Speech / May 5, 1940 SD ...

In London, thousands of Fascists attend a BUF rally on London’s East. It was one of the biggest of its kind in English history. Sir Mosley conducted a fiery speech, emphasizing bravery, pride, patriotism, and loyalty: “Together in Britain, we have lit a flame that the ages shall not extinguish. Guard that sacred flame, my brother Blackshirts, until it illuminates Britain and lights again the paths of mankind.” Sir Oswald Mosley, 1938, London, British Empire. The Third Reich, World History, World War Two, Vintage Images, Wwii, Empire, British, Loyalty, Paths

In London, thousands of Fascists attend a BUF rally on London’s East. It was one of the biggest of its kind in English history. Sir Mosley conducted a fiery speech, emphasizing bravery, pride, patriotism, and loyalty: “Together in Britain, we have lit a flame that the ages shall not extinguish. Guard that sacred flame, my brother Blackshirts, until it illuminates Britain and lights again the paths of mankind.” Sir Oswald Mosley, 1938, London, British Empire.

"Capitanul": The founder of the Romanian "Iron Guard", Corneliu Codreanu (right), is wearing a national costume on April 21, 1938, in front of his party headquarters in Bucharest. A few days later, King Carol II banned the party and arrested Codreanu. On November 30 of the same year, the fascist leader was killed during an alleged escape attempt. Ukraine, The Third Reich, Axis Powers, Interesting History, St Michael, Great Photos, World War Ii, Japan, Germany

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British Union of Fascists; Oswald Mosley, Leaflet, 30 August [1933 ...

The new Peaky Blinders villain is a fictionalised version of British fascist Oswald Mosley. Diana Mitford, Joseph Goebbels, Spin Doctors, British People, Skinhead, World War One, West Midlands, Uk News, East London

‘I’d do it all over again’: last hurrah for the veterans of Cable Street

As the East End marks the 80th anniversary of its stand against fascism, its radical spirit has not been extinguished