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1963 - 1969
The National Front (NF) was founded in 1967 as a merger between activists and groups from several strands of neo-Fascist, Nazism and extreme Right activity. Tyndall's Greater British Movement later joined them.

Throughout its existence the NF represented an uneasy alliance between Hitler devotees, traditionalists and ex-Mosley supporters and misguided patriots. Its first Chairman was A.K. Chesterton.


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The National Front has become a symbol of the far right in Britain

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