Bloody Nasty People - Daniel Trilling (Paperback)

The Rise of Britain's Far Right

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The rise and fall of the British National Party and the English Defence League

Product Details

Barcode
9781781680803
Department
Books
Released
3 May 2013
Supply Source
UK

Book

Author
Daniel Trilling
Subtitle
The Rise of Britain's Far Right
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Random House Inc
Edition
2nd Revised edition
Language
English
Number of Pages
380
Dimensions
203 x 127 x 19mm (272g)

Annotation

Traces the rise of the British National Party throughout the past decade, documenting the emergence of the anti-Islamic English Defence League while drawing on archival research with such key figures as BNP leader Nick Griffin to demonstrate how the party has used tensions from current events to gain strength and promote extremist views.

Summary

  • The rise and fall of the British National Party and the English Defence League

Non-Fiction

General Subject
History/World
BISAC Subject 1
History / Europe / Great Britain
BISAC Subject 2
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Fascism & Totalitarianism
BISAC Subject 3
History / Europe / Great Britain
BISAC Subject 4
Political Science / History & Theory
BIC Classification 1
Fascism & Nazism
BIC Classification 2
Political parties
Library Subject 1
Great Britain - Politics and government
Library Subject 2
Right and left (Political science) - Great Britain
Library Subject 3
Right-wing extremists - Great Britain
Academic Subject 1
Political Parties
Academic Subject 2
Great Britain - History - 20Th Century
Dewey Classification
941

Author Bio

DANIEL TRILLING is an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman, where he has reported on the far right since 2009. His work has appeared in the Guardian, Sight and Sound and Frieze. He lives in London.