| In the Presence of Mine Enemies |
POD: c. 1940
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Date of Birth:||c. 1955|
|Affiliations:||British Union of Fascists|
Charles "Charlie" Lynton (b. ca 1955) was a prominent member of the British Union of Fascists, becoming its head in the mid-1990s. He was one of the first people in the Greater German Reich to push for reform upon the death of Führer Kurt Haldweim. During a BUF convention in 2010, his faction was able to reintroduce elements of democracy back into the party, changing its party rules to allow the membership to elect its leaders. He predicated this move for change largely on the strength of the First Edition of Mein Kampf.
Charlie Lynton is almost certainly named for Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom at the time of the book's writing. Like Lynton, Blair was born in Edinburgh but appears more English than Scottish in his speech and bearing. He was also born in the mid-1950s and became party leader in the mid-1990s. However, unlike Lynton, Blair is not a fascist.
|Political offices (In the Presence of Mine Enemies)|
Last known is Oswald Mosley
|Prime Minister of the United Kingdom|
| Succeeded by|
Incumbent as of the end of the story