National Party (UK, 1917)

The National Party was a short-lived British political party created in August 1917 as a right-wing split from the Conservative Party.[1]

National Party
FounderOliver Russell, 2nd Baron Ampthill
Sir Richard Cooper, 2nd Baronet
Henry Page Croft
FoundedAugust 1917
IdeologyGermanophobia
Political positionRight-wing to far-right