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Joe Majerus

fascism. 21 Truman was resolute that so long as Japan’s armed forces continued the war, “the striking power and intensity of our blows will steadily increase and will bring utter destruction to Japan’s industrial war production, to its shipping, and to everything that supports its military activity

Sandra Bolzenius

personnel. Galvanized by the nation’s war against fascism, black and white Americans denounced racial discrimination as anathema to the nation’s lofty principles of democracy. Many appealed to military and civilian officials to ensure justice for the defendants. In a letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, a white

Italian Anti-Fascism: Covert Diplomacy, Intelligence, Special Operations Berrettini, Mireno: La Resistenza italiana e lo Special Operations Executive britannico (1943–1945) (Firenze, 2014), 168 pp., ISBN 9788860877215. The Italian Resistance and the British Special Operations Executive

Andrew Orr

Popular Front, an alliance to oppose fascism in France. They all contained elements that suspected that France’s generals were a threat to the republican government. Generals Weygand and Gamelin responded by modernizing plans to crush a revolt. Historians of the pcf have shown that from 1934 until 1939

If God Is with Us

The Religious Culture of the U.S. Air Force

Tim Cathcart

communist states originated the notion of political religion; the military, in many ways, has elements of fascism/communism. 3 Proportionality is the concept of a relatively-equal response in kind. For instance, two individuals engaged in a sword fight both armed with swords is proportional; if one

), 172 pp., ISBN 9788860873729. Great Britain and Italian Anti-Fascism: Covert Diplomacy, Intelligence, Special Operations Berrettini, Mireno: La Resistenza italiana e lo Special Operations Executive britannico (1943–1945) (Firenze, 2014), 168 pp., ISBN 9788860877215. The Italian

Bastian Matteo Scianna

even influenced) with an aggressive Germany foreign policy. The Germans: Ignorant Observers? The political significance of the Abyssinian War for the rapprochement between Rome and Berlin is well researched. 123 Also the two militaries found common ground and developed ideas for Fascism

Evans B. Tsigo and Enock Ndawana

Zimbabwe News published an article, “The Coloureds: Are they for Zimbabwe or Rhodesian fascism? The moment for them to decide is now.” 117 It demanded Coloured people to openly declare which side of the fighting parties they supported. Still, it demanded the Coloureds to join the guerrillas when it

currents challenged this narrative, offering deeper insights on Italian war crimes. The authors explain this fact by arguing that, from the end of the Second World War on, there has been in Italy an attempt to make Italians appear as the victims of Nazi-Fascism. That means a country that did not want war