British Union of Fascists
British Union of Fascists (Earth-13410) from X-Treme X-Men Vol 2 11 0001.jpg
Official Name
British Union of Fascists
Team Leader(s)
Identity and Affiliations
Identity
Origin
Reality
Status
Base of Operations
Place of Formation
Creators and Appearances

History

The British Union of Fascists was a political party founded and led by Charles Xavier, who intended to protect the United Kingdom from depression, exploitation, corruption and invasion.

To achieve his vision, he managed to ascend as the leader of his country, and formed alliances with others authoritarian leaders, the Italian Fascist Mussolini, the Imperial Japan military leader Tojo, the Nazi Hitler and the Soviet Joseph Stalin.

The Alliance of Dictators

The Axis gathered, they defeated the Allies, destroying the White House of Washington, D.C. and killing Captain America.

Xavier slaying his former allies

The BUF marching on Paris, acclaimed by the locals

That done, Xavier terminate his former allies and ascends as the leader of the "free people of the world". During his march on Paris, acclaimed by the Parisians, he witnessed the drowning of the surface by Atlantis.

Xavier was seemingly the unique survivor of the BUF. He managed to save a few hundreds humans, including "Aryans" and coloured slaves, and destroy Atlantis.

For ten years, he hide in the HMS Albion, experimenting his powers on Atlanteans-humans hybrids in order to defeat Namor Miyamoto, last remains of both Imperial Japan and Great Atlantis, who tracked him after having seen him annihilate his underwater nation.

In the end, the multiversal X-Men came to Earth-13410, and found the evil Xavier, unwillingly discovering him to Namor's senses, who came to avenge both Japan and Atlantis. After a confused tripartite fight, Xavier was finally slain by Dazzler and Namor's efforts.[1]

Paraphernalia

Transportation

HMS Albion

Trivia

  • Being founded by Charles Xavier instead of Oswald Mosley, the red flag with a white and blue lightning is replaced by a similar one with a black X in the white circle.

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

Like this? Let us know!
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.