supported conservative policies to protect the rights of private property against socialist and egalitarian projects. The exposition in Rome, after ten years of Italian Fascism, exemplified the attractiveness of Mussolini’s ideas. We should see fascist nationalism and transnationalism as complementary and
Transnational Connections and Co-operation between Movements and Regimes in Europe from 1918 to 1945 Freie Universität Berlin, 19–21 June 2014
The Communist Party of Great Britain’s Analysis of Fascism in Theory and Practice
Much attention has been paid to the role of the Communist Party of Great Britain ( cpgb ) in the interwar struggle against fascism. However the cpgb ’ s analysis of fascism has been subject to little scholarly attention, with most historians taking for granted that the Party accepted the
. Nevertheless, the new paradigm works. It probably does not convert all of the proponents of the now ‘classical’ paradigm. However, new people in the field tend to be attracted to it, and stubborn devotees of the old paradigm will ultimately die off and become part of history. 1 ∵ Fascism as an Anti
Introduction Since they first came into being, fascism and National Socialism have been the ideological basis of certain separatist movements. This is also true of part of the Moravian movement that has been active on the territory of today’s Czech Republic. This article identifies the basic
Veterans] and two of the most important associations of Russian fascism in exile - Rossiiskoe Natsional-Sotsialisticheskoe Dvizhenie [Russian National Socialist Movement] and the Vserossiiskaia Fashistskaia Partiia [VFP; All-Russian Fascist Party] from the city of Harbin in Manchuria. High
In 2016, Hamed Abdel-Samad published a provocative book entitled Islamic Fascism in which he suggested that the ‘Islamofascist’ worldview has its origins with the Muslim Brotherhood, which ‘had always eulogized the principles of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.’ 1 Abdel-Samad also
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movement: fascism. The direct connection between the veterans of the First World War and the rise of fascism was already invoked by the propaganda of Italian Fascism, German National Socialism, and other fascist movements throughout Europe. Mussolini and Hitler appealed to the ‘martyrs’ of the First
Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies
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First Lecture on Fascism – Amsterdam – 25 April 2013
Introduction First let me explain the origins of the title for this lecture: ‘Fascism… but with an open mind.’ I recently received this apparent oxymoron in an email from a university student responding to news that Teesside University was establishing a new research centre for the study of
‘Fascism had no ideology’ In 1986 I was told authoritatively by a major English expert of Mussolini’s Italy that Fascism had no ideology. Despite the efforts of George Mosse, Stanley Payne, and Stein Larsen, historians in the main ignored theories of fascism when reconstructing events in the