- (Sir) Oswald Er·nald [ur-nuh ld] /ˈɜr nəld/, 1896–1980, English politician and fascist leader.
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To-night he is at Mosley with our good friend Mr. Whitegrave.True Stories of Girl Heroines
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- Sir Oswald Ernald. 1896–1980, British politician; founder of the British Union of Fascists (1932)
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