[London]: Printed for The First or St. James's Kin of the English Mistery, 1936. . 8vo, green paper-covered boards, edges faded to brown. No listings in OCLC for American Libraries, 4 holdings in British and Irish libraries.INSCRIBED on the front free endpaper to a Richard [illegible]-Cremer.A pro-monarchy group of mostly upper class Englishmen advocating a return to feudalism and a form of government run solely by the landed aristocracy. More of an intellectual exercise than an active force. Founded in 1930 by William Sanderson, a disillusioned Freemason and a member of the Imperial Fascist League.They were highly influenced by Friedrich Nietzsche and were said to be against everything to do with welfare, the London School of Economics, and the United States. They favored the slaughter of lesser societies. Fortunately, as its bark was so much worse than its bite, it died a natural death.LAID-IN. Printed Menu "The English Mistery, Dinner. Criterion Restaurant October 8th 1934" offering rather a mundane and boring menu; but then English aristocrats with the exception of a few sparkling one were not known for their love of food. (Inventory #: 2419)
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