Arthur Kenneth Chesterton MC (1 May 1899 – 16 August 1973) was a British far-right journalist and political activist. From 1933 to 1938, he was a member of the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Disillusioned with Oswald Mosley, he parted ways with the BUF in 1938. Chesterton established the League of Empire Loyalists in 1954, merged with the British National Party in 1967 to become the National Front. He founded and edited the magazine Candour in 1954 as the successor of Truth, of which he had been co-editor.

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  • Arthur Kenneth Chesterton MC (1 May 1899 – 16 August 1973) was a British far-right journalist and political activist. From 1933 to 1938, he was a member of the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Disillusioned with Oswald Mosley, he parted ways with the BUF in 1938. Chesterton established the League of Empire Loyalists in 1954, merged with the British National Party in 1967 to become the National Front. He founded and edited the magazine Candour in 1954 as the successor of Truth, of which he had been co-editor. (en)
  • Arthur Kenneth Chesterton var brittisk politiker och journalist (1 maj 1896 – 16 augusti 1973) Kusin till författaren Gilbert Keith Chesterton och själv författare till flera böcker som framför allt fördömer upplösningen av det brittiska imperiet. Mest känd för att ha bidragit till National Fronts bildande i mitten av 1960-talet. Var under mellankrigstiden en anhängare av Oswald Mosleys tankar och idéer men lämnade denna redan innan krigutbrottet. Skrev ett flertal böcker inom högerextrem idéteori, bland annat Why I Left Mosley och The New Unhappy Lords varav den senare får sägas ha haft störst genomslag. Var ledare för brittiska National Front under en kort period 1967. (sv)
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  • Arthur Kenneth Chesterton MC (1 May 1899 – 16 August 1973) was a British far-right journalist and political activist. From 1933 to 1938, he was a member of the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Disillusioned with Oswald Mosley, he parted ways with the BUF in 1938. Chesterton established the League of Empire Loyalists in 1954, merged with the British National Party in 1967 to become the National Front. He founded and edited the magazine Candour in 1954 as the successor of Truth, of which he had been co-editor. (en)
  • Arthur Kenneth Chesterton var brittisk politiker och journalist (1 maj 1896 – 16 augusti 1973) Kusin till författaren Gilbert Keith Chesterton och själv författare till flera böcker som framför allt fördömer upplösningen av det brittiska imperiet. Mest känd för att ha bidragit till National Fronts bildande i mitten av 1960-talet. Var under mellankrigstiden en anhängare av Oswald Mosleys tankar och idéer men lämnade denna redan innan krigutbrottet. Skrev ett flertal böcker inom högerextrem idéteori, bland annat Why I Left Mosley och The New Unhappy Lords varav den senare får sägas ha haft störst genomslag. Var ledare för brittiska National Front under en kort period 1967. (sv)
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