A British reaction to fascism

Though clearly not originating from a New Zealand reporter this opinion piece is interesting both in its brief but vivid use of Classical  Personification (pushing the concept of metaphor in to territory bordering sincerity) and its examination of the British view of the character of their society and its intrinsic incompatibility with fascism, even in its infant stage.


Auckland Star, Volume LV, Issue 125, 28 May 1924, Page 4

fascism and friendship 1 fascism and friendship 2

With thanks to the National Library of New Zealand.


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