Comrades the Voices Anthem of the BUF Also known as the British Union of Fascists
About Comrades the Voices Anthem of the BUF:
NOTE: This is The original version of the song and it has very poor quality
The BUF was a party under command of Sir Oswald Mosley and was openly inspired in Mussolini’s PNF.
In 1940, with the party focused on advocating peace between Britain and the Axis, the King made the BUF illegal and arrested Mosley and his Blackshirts.
But when the war ended, he was released from prison and formed The Union Movement, which advocated a Single-State Europe.
But his fame was shattered after the war, so he moved to Paris and ended his political life.
Take a listen to Comrades the Voices Anthem of the BUF down below:
Comrades, the voices of the dead battalions
Of those who fell that Britain might be Great
Join in our song, for they still march in spirit with us
And urge us on to gain the fascist state!
We’re of their blood, and spirit of their spirit,
Sprung from that soil for whose dear sake they bled
Against vested powers, Red Front, and massed ranks of reaction
We lead the fight for freedom and for bread!
The streets are still, the final struggle’s ended;
Flushed with the fight we proudly hail the dawn!
See, overall the streets the fascist banners waving
Triumphant standards of our race reborn!