The Mosley Manifesto
Last revision: 29 Aug at 17:17 UTC
This is a mod that aims to add Sir Oswald Mosley’s real-life policies into Hearts of Iron IV. The inspiration for this mod came from the focus "Mosley Manifesto", which was revealed in the preview for the United Kingdom’s new focus tree in Man the Guns.
This mod is supposed to be both educational and entertaining, as the player goes through the motions of passing real legislation proposed by Mosley throughout his career. With this mod you will learn the policies of Mosley in his own words (edited by me) or through my paraphrasing of his real policies (try and find the differences between his writing and mine!). In this mod you will deal with the Abdication Crisis, a rebellious parliament, economic crises, a potentially power-hungry king, and more…
-Real policies proposed by Oswald Mosley
-Events where the player’s decision makes an impact
-A system where the player is required to boost fascism through policy while managing an angry parliament
-A rewarding ending which will see the British Empire in a much stronger position than the one it started in, or a devastating ending where Mosley and the player become single-handedly responsible for the collapse of Britain
-And more that cannot be revealed for the sake of spoiling the experience…
-The Irish Partition Question
-Women in the Workforce
-A democratic Mosley path?
-J.F.C. Fuller as a general?
-Mary Sophia Allen as a general?
-Additional policies? (e.g. Worker’s syndicalism)
Please leave general feedback, criticisms, bugs that have been found, and suggestions in the comment section below. Thanks for playing!
Quotes taken from:
Mosley, Oswald. (2017, first pub. 1933). The Greater Britain
Mosley, Oswald. 2017, first pub. 1938). Tomorrow We Live
Mosley, Oswald. (1947). The Alternative
Mosley, Oswald. (1961). Mosley: Right or Wrong?
Mosley, Oswald. (2018). Last Words: The Mosley Broadsheets 1970-1980
Mosley, Oswald, and Michael Quill. (1997). Revolution By Reason And Other Essays By Oswald Mosley.
Griffin, Roger, and Various Authors. (1995). Fascism: The Oxford Reader.
YouTube. (2015). Sir Oswald Mosley’s 1933 Belle Vue Speech. Video.
Lewis, D. S. (1987). Illusions Of Grandeur: Mosley, Fascism, And British Society 1931-1981. 1st ed. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Skidelsky, Robert. (1975). Oswald Mosley. 1st ed. London: Trowbridge & Esher.
Skidelsky, Robert. (1967). Politicians And The Slump: The Labour Government Of 1929-31. 1st ed. London: Macmillan.
Howell, David. (2014). Mosley And British Politics 1918-32: Oswald’s Odyssey. 1st ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Mosley, Oswald. (1957). Mosley: The Facts. 1st ed. London: Euphorion Distribution.
Mosley, Oswald. (1968). My Life. 1st ed. London: Nelson.
Mosley, Oswald, and Michael Quill. (1997). Revolution By Reason And Other Essays By Oswald Mosley. 1st ed. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press.
Mosley, Nicholas. (1982 & 1983). Rules of the Game: Sir Oswald and Cynthia Mosley 1986-1933 & Beyond the Pale: Sir Oswald Mosley 1933-1980. 1st eds. London: Secker & Warburg.
Pugh, Martin. (2005). ‘Hurrah for the Blackshirts!’ Fascists and Fascism in Britain Between the Wars. 1st ed. London: Jonathan Cape.
Griffin, Roger, and Various Authors. (1995). Fascism: The Oxford Reader. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Taylor, A. J. P. (1975). English History 1914-1945. 1st ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
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