By John Bean. The autobiographical account of veteran British nationalist John Bean. It covers the history of British nationalist movements from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, and deals with Sir Oswald Mosely’s post war British Union movement, the League of Empire Loyalists, the (first) British National Party and the National Front.
The back cover of the book contains this interesting comment: “John has moderated his political views in recent years and although these pages contained well-reasoned argument, he will still not endear himself to today’s Politically Correct establishment showing a critical respect for the intelligence of people such as Oswald Mosley and AK Chesterton—and for the staying power of John Tyndall and the British national Party.
“Furthermore, he has not recanted his opposition to the policy of mass immigration and offers an opinion on how and why it should be controlled.”
Many Shades of Black is an entertaining, rollicking ride through British Nationalism, written with realism and understanding. If you are looking for a real version of nationalist history, and not the media’s contorted and twisted account, then this book is for you.