Liberty League (early 20th Century)

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In 1921 National Propaganda absorbed another minor anti-Bolshevik organisation, the Liberty League, after 'its treasurer absconded with its funds'. It was significant largely for the fact that it had been set up in 1920 by the well known authors, Rudyard Kipling (author of the Jungle Book) and H. Ryder Haggard (author of King Solomon's Mines), and Lord Sydenham, later a prominent member of the British Union of Fascists, as were a number of other National Propaganda operatives.[1]


  1. ^ Mike Hughes, Spies at Work Ch. 1