Large tabloid format printed on newsprint, 8 pp, illus. Two horizontal creases from folding for mailing with splits at folds, some light chipping to spine, and a small piece missing to the edge of the p. 8. All issues of "The National Socialist" are scarce both in commerce and institutionally with only eight OCLC institutions holding any issue. A single issue of the irregularly-published organ of the National Socialist Movement, the first explicit post-WWII national socialist organization in Britain. Founded on Hitler's birthday, April 20, 1962, following a split in the British Nationalist Party, the group was founded by Colin Jordan, John Tyndall, and Martin Webster. This issue's cover article headlined DON'T VOTE claiming all the parties in Britain support "Coloured immigration" and "the right of the Jews to occupy our land and control our affairs." Other content includes "Gleanings from the Ghetto" by Julius, John Tyndall's News Comment column, an article on the holocaust by Colin Jordan titled, "The Great Lie of the 6,000,000," an article on Mussolini by Denis Pirie who also provides news on the worldwide National Socialist Movement, Martin Webster's infamous article, "Why I Am a Nazi," a long article on the Nuremberg rally, and other German content, and smaller news item and adverts for national socialist merchandise. This was the last issue published before Tyndall and Jordan's falling out (over the direction of the group, but also over their competition for Francoise Dior's affections), in which many members sided with Tyndall in founding the Greater Britain Movement.