Right Club

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The Right Club was a British anti-war group organized by Captain Archibald Ramsay in May 1939. Ramsay wanted to unite anti-war elements, opposed to a new conflict with Germany on the political right and to eliminate Jewish influence on the Conservative Party. It was designed to be a pressure group instead of a political organization.[1] It had a few hundred members; one estimate suggested 350. It formed part of British peace activism against World War II.

Members of the Right Club

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  1. British fascism, 1918-39: parties, ideology and culture, by Thomas P. Linehan, p. 142

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