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Template:The Protocols Britons Publishing Society, founded in 1923, was an offshoot of The Britons. According to scholar Gisela C. Lebzelter, The Britons split because:

... internal disagreements proved paralysing. Seven members were excluded in November 1923, and three executives members, J. H. Clarke, the famous British homeopath, R. T. Cooper and W. A. Peters, seceded to establish 'The Britons Publishing Society'.

On December 15, 1923 the three executed a memorandum in which they expressed their organizational purpose as follows:

"propagating views in regard to the Jews, the Christian Religion, the Government of the British Isles and the British Empire, and other matters which, in our opinion from time to time, it is in the interests of the British Public should be expressed and distributed and to do anything at all which, in our opinion, equips us for this purpose.

The Society to be conducted not for the purpose of making profit"

Publications

System number 009601120
Author - personal LinkNilus.
Title Link Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion / translated from the Russian Text by Victor E. :Marsden.
Publisher/year LinkLondon: The Britons Publishing Society, (1922)
Holdings (All) Details
Shelfmark W73/5522 DSC Request
The bolshevists of ancient history ...
(London: The Britons publishing society, 1924)
  • Anonymous
Related names: Sergi︠e︡ǐ Aleksandrovich Nilus, 1862-1929, Victor E. Marsden (Victor Emile), 1866-1920
Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion
(London: The Britons Publishing Society, 1931)
  • Anonymous
Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion
Translated from the Russian text by Victor E. Marsden
(London: Britons publishing society, 1933)
Related Names: Sergi︠e︡ǐ Aleksandrovich Nilus, 1862-1929, Victor E. Marsden (Victor Emile), 1866-1920
'Grand Orient Freemasonry unmasked: as the Secret Powers Behind communism through Discovery of Lost Lectures,
Delivered at Edinburgh in October 1884
With preface by Dennis Fahey
(London: Britons Publishing Society, c1950; [New and rev. ed.])

References

Henry Hamilton Beamish and The Britons: Champions of Anti-Semitism
British Fascism, Essays on the Radical Right in Inter-War Britain
ed. by Kenneth Lunn and Richard C. Thurlow
(London: Croom Helm, 1980)
ISBN 0-85664-874-4

See also

Template:UK far rightTemplate:UK-poli-stub

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