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'A Greater Britain' by edthomasten 'A Greater Britain' by edthomasten

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My first book- click download on the left to read. To quote from the blurb;

"Today, Oswald Mosley is remembered as one of Britain’s most unpleasant and despised political figures. Yet at the opening of his career he was a rising star of British politics. Charismatic, talented and intelligent, it seemed that that Mosle was destined for greatness. If he had not abandoned mainstream politics for his journey towards fascism, he could havereached 10 Downing St.

So what if things had turned out differently?

In “A Greater Britain” Ed Thomas charts the alternative career of a successful Oswald Mosley, who scales the heights of power in inter‐war Britain, becoming one of the 20th Century’s most influential ‐ and divisive – figures in the process. As Mosley entrenches himself in power, befriends Benito Mussolini and reforms Britain along his own, corporatist lines, it quickly becomes apparent that world history will never be the same again..."
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eclipse-paladin Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014
Amazing read, I have to admit before reading this I had the mental image of Mosley as a thug. This almost makes me see him in more of tragic, someone who could have done great things but got swept up the fascist craze of the era, there were a few folks on my side of the Atlantic who likewise saw fascism as the wave of the future.
Alpha-Squid Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice work!
absentmindedtiger Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013
Fantastically written and put together
Better worked out than some of the books on the subject
Great Work!
OldKingKohler Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
I loved your timeline and would hope you have some more onews you haven't posted yet or from back in the closet somewhere.I would also be interested in knowing why the ITalians gave up land to British Somaliland and at what point in this timeline the Italians originally occupied Albania and if it is directly incorporated by now. Are there any books in PDF that are similar to yours that you could suggest for reading?
TheMchap123 Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2011
Is this for real? Where can I get a copy?
frazamm Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2010
Still have to read the book, but in the meantime I'm curious as to what happens to Malta. Does Mosley hand it over to Italy? Does it gain independence? Is it still part of the empire?
PG-1987 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2009
Thanks, EdT. Finally, it's back.
I lost my copy of your excellent AGB when my old PC crashed and then the old download-link was no more, too.
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