This book is refreshing in that it not only contains much new information, but also the author was actually a witness to many of the events he recounts. There are many books on the market which cover the history of the Mosley Movement, however, this is special as it is the 'official' history, it also covers Regulation 18B under which thousands of Blackshirts were detained (but never convicted of any crime) by the Government during the war.
Much has been written about and against the Blackshirts but this book tells the story from the inside by somebody who was actually there when these things happened. Something of the author's character comes across in the course of the book and he seems a decent enough sort, not the hateful, thuggish type that opponents have stereotyped Mosley's supporters. If you only read one book about Mosley and the Movement he led this should be it.