Rosine de Bounevialle

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Rosine de Bounevialle in 1992.

Rosine de Bounevialle (19 June 1916—25 December 1999) was a patriotic activist in the British nationalist movement and a traditional Catholic author. She edited until her death the Candour magazine established by A. K. Chesterton, founder of the National Front. Along with Lady Birdwood, she was one of the female aristocratic figures involved in patriotic politics of the late 20th century, including involvement in the League of Empire Loyalists and then the National Front. She also spoke out against the world banking swindle.


  • The Candour A.B.C. of Politics (2016)

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