Alan Hancock

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Alan Vivien Hancock (14 August 1914-July, 1989)[citation needed] was one of the early leaders of the Racial Preservation Society (RPS). He was formerly a member of the British Union of Fascists (BUF)[1] which was formed in 1932 by ex-Labour government minister Sir Oswald Mosley and was a union of several small, extreme nationalist parties. Hancock formed part of a three-man leadership team in the RPS who came from the BUF, alongside Ted Budden and Jimmy Doyle.[2]

He was the father of Anthony Hancock and set up a printing press called Wilson Press in Uckfield.


  1. ^ Richard Thurlow, Fascism in Britain: From Oswald Mosley's Blackshirts to the National Front, I.B.Tauris, 1998, p. 253
  2. ^ Ray Hill & Andrew Bell, The Other Face of Terror, London: Grafton, 1988, p. 29