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Author: Henrik Arnstad

(as of September 2015), serving radical activists within the generic fascism spectrum – in Europe and elsewhere – with a knowledge bank for their struggle. Since mainstream media, including encyclopaedias, are considered to be infested with lies, there is a need, according to Metapedia, for an

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In: Fascism
Author: Roger Griffin

East Central Europe 37 (2010) 338–344 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/187633010X534540 brill.nl/eceu Uniqueness and Family Resemblances in Generic Fascism Roger Griffin Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom 1. Was Fascism a Synchronic-Epochal or a Generic-Diachronic Phenomenon

In: East Central Europe
Author: Roger Griffin

extensively based on Nazism. Even in the mid-1990s Stanley Payne, yet to be superseded as a conceptually sophisticated historian of generic fascism in all its many inter-war permutations, still categorized Italian and German fascism as ‘the dominant type’, while Falangism and the Iron Guard are classified as

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In: Fascism
Author: Dan Tamir

364 D AN T AMIR © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden ZRGG 63, 4 (2011) Also available online - www.brill.nl DAN TAMIR Some Thoughts about Hebrew Fascism in Inter-war Palestine Generic Fascism A significant corpus of literature about fascism has been assembled in the past 80 years. Varied in their

In: Zeitschrift für Religions- und Geistesgeschichte
Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies
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Author: Jordan Kuck

’; and those seeking to describe fascism by defining its most ‘generic’ or ‘minimum’ features. 4 With this essential historiographical foundation having been laid, perhaps now it is time to turn to the transnational fascism approach, for it enables us to investigate a number of further important issues

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In: Fascism

Kingdom Abstract The 4th of August regime in Greece under Ioannis Metaxas has long been treated by theories of ‘generic fascism’ as a minor example of authoritarianism or at most a case of failed fascism. This derives from the ideas that the Metaxas dictatorship did not originate from any original mass

In: East Central Europe

and 1940s showed similarities to Mussolini’s and Hitler’s regimes, historians have drawn comparisons with the fascist and National Socialist dictatorships. But not even those arguing for the concept of a “generic fascism” are able to wholeheartedly subsume these movements under their fascist

In: Die Welt des Islams
Author: Andres Kasekamp

Stanley Payne’s typology of fascism, 3 I have previously argued that it is more appropriate to describe the vaps movement as ‘radical right’ rather than ‘fascist’. 4 In this article, I hold nevertheless that there is some ground for including the vaps movement in the category of ‘generic fascism’ as

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In: Fascism

interwar Europe; without it, comparative research results remain partial and incomplete. Yet, this analytical effort does not simply mean an extension of the existing theoretical framework of generic fascism to previously uncharted regions. Regional explorations of fascism might function as a laboratory

In: East Central Europe