Truth (British magazine)

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Truth was a British nationalist newspaper. Arthur Kenneth Chesterton was deputy editor from 1944 to 1953.

In 1953 Truth was taken over and was emasculated. Chesterton was sacked, and went on to found Candour later that year.

The publication dates back to the 1870's when it was founded by Henri Labouchere. It ceased publication in 1957.

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