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The European Liberation Front (ELF) was a small neo-fascist group that split from Oswald Mosley's British Union Movement in 1948. Its founder and ideological inspiration was Francis Parker Yockey. Other leading members of the ELF included the former Manchester UM Organiser John Anthony Gannon, Guy Chesham, Peter Huxley-Blythe and Anthony F.X. Barron. In 1949 they issued a manifesto titled The Proclamation of London, written by Yockey. The pan-nationalist (Pan-Europeanist) and anti-American movement had little impact, with only a total membership of 150 card-carrying members at its peak, and the ELF only lasted until 1954.

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  • European Liberation Front
  • Frente Europeo de Liberación
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  • El Frente Europeo de Liberación (European Liberation Front, ELF) es un movimiento neofascista creado en 1948 por diversos grupos ultranacionalistas europeos para formar un frente común. Se disolvió en 1956, pero resurgió en Francia a finales de la década de 1990 como un grupo tercerposicionista sin mayor influencia.
  • The European Liberation Front (ELF) was a small neo-fascist group that split from Oswald Mosley's British Union Movement in 1948. Its founder and ideological inspiration was Francis Parker Yockey. Other leading members of the ELF included the former Manchester UM Organiser John Anthony Gannon, Guy Chesham, Peter Huxley-Blythe and Anthony F.X. Barron. In 1949 they issued a manifesto titled The Proclamation of London, written by Yockey. The pan-nationalist (Pan-Europeanist) and anti-American movement had little impact, with only a total membership of 150 card-carrying members at its peak, and the ELF only lasted until 1954.
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  • El Frente Europeo de Liberación (European Liberation Front, ELF) es un movimiento neofascista creado en 1948 por diversos grupos ultranacionalistas europeos para formar un frente común. Se disolvió en 1956, pero resurgió en Francia a finales de la década de 1990 como un grupo tercerposicionista sin mayor influencia.
  • The European Liberation Front (ELF) was a small neo-fascist group that split from Oswald Mosley's British Union Movement in 1948. Its founder and ideological inspiration was Francis Parker Yockey. Other leading members of the ELF included the former Manchester UM Organiser John Anthony Gannon, Guy Chesham, Peter Huxley-Blythe and Anthony F.X. Barron. In 1949 they issued a manifesto titled The Proclamation of London, written by Yockey. The pan-nationalist (Pan-Europeanist) and anti-American movement had little impact, with only a total membership of 150 card-carrying members at its peak, and the ELF only lasted until 1954.
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