Her Majesty

Queen Elizabeth II


It was with great sadness that we heard of the death of our Queen at the age of 96. In the 70 plus years that she reigned she set and maintained standards of dignity and  behaviour expected by true Britons. She was always fair and never took sides in political matters.

She will be greatly missed

The Council of theLeague of St George

The League of St George was formed in 1974 by former members of Sir Oswald Mosley’s Union Movement. Like Union Movement, the League was to dedicate itself to Mosley’s concept of a united Europe …  Europe a Nation. The League has never aimed to be a political party but more of a lobby group to influence and encourage established nationalist parties to embrace the Europe a Nation philosophy. Since its early days the most important job within the League’s structure is that of Overseas Officer for it is his task to establish the links, first in Europe and later worldwide, with like-minded Folk-Nationalists.

The League of St George was probably the first British group since Mosley to established links with other European nationalists. Many of these contacts were made at the annual nationalist gathering in Diksmuide, Flanders, where in the 1970s the League gave physical support to the Flemish Amnestie campaign, and took part in demonstrations with the Flemish patriots, the VMO. Today, the League has contacts worldwide including Japan.

The League of St George is led by a President, supported by an advisory League Council. Full membership is by invitation only and based on the question “what can you do for the League”. The League works closely with Steven Books to provide the public with books not normally available through mainstream outlets, on Folk-culture, history and politics.  A quarterly journal, League Sentinel is also published.

Our commitment to Europe a Nation continues.  If you want to learn more about us then please visit our 'Contact' Page.


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