British Catholics and Fascism: Religious Identity and by T. Villis

By T. Villis

Drawing considerably at the suggestions and phrases of Catholic writers and cultural commentators, Villis sheds new gentle on non secular id and political extremism in early twentieth-century Britain. The e-book constitutes a complete examine of ways within which British Catholic groups reacted to fascism either at domestic and abroad.

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