Commonwealth of Great Britain and Ireland (1932–33)

Britannia (1933–46)

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Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
1932–1946 Flag of England.svg
Flag of Scotland.svg
Flag of Ireland.svg
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Coat of Arms of the Commonwealth of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.svg
Flag Coat of arms
Unity, Purity, Supremacy
Rule, Britannia!
Map of Britannia JoW.png
Britain and the Fascist League at its greatest extent, 1943
     Puppet governments
     Occupied territories
     Fascist League allies
     Territories occupied by Fascist League allies
     Territories occupied by Sweden
Capital London
Languages English
Government Fascist one-party totalitarian dictatorship
Lord Protector/Supreme Leader/Chief Minister
 -  1932 — 1933 Winston Churchill
 - 1933 — 1946 Oswald Mosley
 - 1946 Patrick Kensington
Legislature House of Commons
 -  Mosley elected Speaker 23 June 1932
 - Synchronisation 27 July 1932
 - World War III 1938 – 1946
 - Acts of Union, 1943 20 March 1943
 - Death of Oswald Mosley 19 March 1946
 -  Final dissolution 10 April 1946
Currency Pound sterling

Fascist Britain is the common name for the period in British history from 1932 to 1946, when the country was governed by a dictatorship under the control of Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists. Under Mosley's rule, Britain was transformed into a fascist state in which the Fascists took totalitarian control over nearly all aspects of life. The official name of the state was Commonwealth of Great Britain and Ireland from 1932 to 1933, and Britannia from 1933 to 1946. The Fascist regime came to an end after the Allied Powers defeated Britain in March 1946, ending World War III in Europe.

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