By A.K. Chesterton
Written in the 1950s when the British Empire was still largely intact. His organisation, The League of Empire Loyalists, fought a hard rear guard action.
Chesterton examines the reasons for Britain’s decline as a world power. Among many of the reasons, not least of which was Winston Churchill’s blindness to all considerations other than defeating Germany, was the attitude and desire of the two great powers of the USSR. and the USA. to replace the British Empire.
The money power which controlled the United States of America had determined that the, by then weak power of Britain, should be removed and replaced by themselves. Chesterton explains how this occurred and gives many examples. He also shows how a supine British leadership allowed this to happen.