Oswald Ernald Mosley (1896-1980) was a member of Parliament (1918-1931), then led the BUF until his internment (1940-1943), when he was released on health grounds.
In 1946 Mosley was denounced when it became known that Italy had funded his prewar efforts to establish fascism in Britain, but in 1948 he resumed fascist propaganda with his Union Movement, the revived BUF.
His first marriage was to a daughter of the Conservative politician Lord Curzon, his second to Diana Freeman-Mitford.
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Oswald Mosley was a British politician, founder of the British Union of Fascists (BUF).