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The National Front was an Australian political movement around 1980, and little noted or inactive after that decade.

One account[1] says it was formed as "a branch of the British National Front" in June 1978, in response to the expulsion of two officers of People Against Communism on the University of Melbourne campus, by others politically to their left, and that it ceased in 1984.

Its founders were Ross "The Skull" May and Robert Cameron.

References

  1. ^ An abortive 'fascism': the National Front of Australia (NFA)

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