Militant Christian Patriots

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Militant Christian Patriots was a British organization that grew out of The Britons and lasted until 1939. The group was founded by Colonel Arthur Henry Lane in 1929.[1] During the Munich crisis the group supported Neville Chamberlain’s efforts in keeping Britain out of war. The group saw Jews as instigators of a Second World War and was an opponent of Zionism.[2]


The group initially published two papers, The Free Press started by Mrs. Leslie Fry in 1935 and The Britisher in 1937 edited by J. F. Rushbrook.[3]

A few years later Mrs. Fry settled in Glendale, California and opened an American branch of the Militant Christian Patriots issuing a newsletter called the Christian Free Press.


  • The Jews and the British Empire, by L. Fry 7 pages
  • Zionism


  • Father Of Lies: The Secret Occult History, Symbolism, Ceremonies and Practices of the Jews Exposed, by Warren Weston (1938)


  1. Patriotism Perverted, by Richard Griffiths
  2. Encyclopedia of British and Irish Political Organizations, by Peter Barberis, John McHugh, Mike Tyldesley, P. 185
  3. British Fascism, 1918-39: Parties, Ideology and Culture, by Thomas P. Linehan, p. 144

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