Set against a European landscape on the verge of collapse, Nationalism is on the rise again. Simon Tomlin charts the rise of European neo-Nationalism from its violent reawakening in England in the 1970s in a nation struggling to find its identity after the loss of Empire to the modern imitations across the European Union and explains their success. This is a gripping account of the mechanics of modern political power and the forces of the Old Order that are being confronted and defeated by Nationalists. From the backstreets of Derbyshire with murdered neo-Nazi leader Ian Stuart to the collapse of the British National Party and the rise of Marine Le Pen in France; The Fanatics will leave you spellbound and shocked. Are the 1930s coming round again in Europe. . .?