In the 1970s the Nazi National Front was growing fast. Rising unemployment and disillusionment with a Labour government was feeding despair and racism and the Nazi National Front was winning votes. In 1977 it won over 100,000 votes across London, and a few of the most popular rock musicians of the day were flirting with racist ideas or even praising Hitler. The Anti-Nazi League and Rock Against Racism were created to combat the Nazi National Front. Here Martin Smith tells the story of these tumultuous times.