2 edition of History of the fascist movement found in the catalog.
History of the fascist movement
Translation of an article originally published in vol. XIV (1932) p. 851-878, of the Enciclopedia italiana.
|Statement||by Gioacchino Volpe.|
|LC Classifications||DG571 .V67 1936|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 5-152 p.|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||37010847|
His penetrating book largely succeeds in defending this definition -- perhaps the most concise scholarly one to date -- by examining the backgrounds of the men and women who joined fascist movements. Robert Paxton and Stanley Payne are less parsimonious yet they both, in different ways, delineate the essential features of fascist ideology and Author: David Art. Fascism is basically a political ideology that first started to develop in Italy in the s. Fascists try to unify their nation by having complete control over the nation and control all of society. Some common characteristics of a fascist nation are devotion to a powerful leader and veneration, or .
On ‘A Brief History of Fascist Lies’ and its current relevance. Share this: on page 1 of a new book titled “A Brief History of Fascist Lies modern “movement conservatism” and the. About the Book "The best scholarly description of European Fascism available."--American Historical Review "Professor Carsten surveys the major and minor European fascist groups which flourished between the world wars, including such movements as were active in Romania, Austria, Hungary, Finland, Britain, and doing so, he has produced a useful, if brief, addition to the .
Commonly known as the Fascist Party, Mussolini’s new right-wing organization advocated Italian nationalism, had black shirts for uniforms, and launched a program of terrorism and intimidation. History. AFA was launched in London in at a large public meeting representing a wide range of anti-fascist and anti-racist organisations and individuals, including Red Action and the Direct Action Movement, Searchlight, the Newham Monitoring Project, and the Jewish Socialist Group. It was partly a reaction to the perceived inadequacies of the original Anti-Nazi League (ANL), which had Affiliations: Red Action and Direct Action Movement.
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The book's title is a little off, since its real concern is not with the history of fascist lying but rather its structure, which Finchelstein diagrams with the use of statements from sources familiar and otherwise: Benito Mussolini and Joseph Goebbels are cited, but so are fascist ideologues from China, India and a number of Latin American countries.
History of the fascist movement Paperback – January 1, by Gioacchino Volpe (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Gioacchino Volpe. The parts of the book dealing with the history of past fascist states (Germany and Italy), movements in other states (France and Britian) and the later neo-fascist movements in those same states, are disappointing because the book loses its focus and fails to fit the events into the ideological context presented in the first part of the by: Fascism: A History is a fascinating examination of fascist movements in Italy, Germany, France, and Britain, one that traces the roots of each country's groups and philosophies and analyses the reasons behind their successes and failures/5.
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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n bgn. About the Book. In this short companion to his book From Fascism to Populism in History, world-renowned historian Federico Finchelstein explains why fascists regarded simple and often hateful lies as truth, and why so many of their followers believed the hout the history of the twentieth century, many supporters of fascist ideologies regarded political lies as truth.
Bray’s book is many things: the first English-language transnational history of Antifa, a how-to for would-be activists, and a record of advice from anti-Fascist organizers past and present—a Author: Daniel Penny.
Stanley makes it clear throughout his book that Trump is not a unique figure in U.S. history. On the contrary, fascist tactics have been a staple of. Best Books to Understand Fascism and How It Works The Anatomy of Fascism.
Many scholars have written intellectual histories of fascist movements. They have defined the On Tyranny.
Timothy Snyder looked to the histories of various governments from the. Fascism - Fascism - Intellectual origins: Mussolini and Hitler did not invent fascist ideology.
Indeed, fascism was neither a 20th-century creation nor a peculiarly Italian or German one. By the fascist movement in Britain was effectively finished. Mosley had moved to France.
Much of this is told by a founding member of the 43. The artist behind an antifa history comic book talks to TIME The artist behind 'The Antifa Comic Book: Years of Fascism and Antifa Movements' on what you should know about the movement's past.
The book traces the phenomenon of fascism through the history of ideas, previous political movements, and the events of the First World War.
Although the focus is principally fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, the book also gives detailed attention to the Romanian Iron Guard, Franco's Spain, Japan and proto-fascist movements around the by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Volpe, Gioacchino, History of the fascist movement.
Roma, Soc. poligrafica italiana . Another Fascist movement was the short-lived anti-semitic, anti-Communist and Nazi-inspired Australia First Movement founded by Percy "Inky" Stephenson. . The organisation was founded in October and existed until March when it was suppressed by Australian Security Agencies who believed the movement was supportive of the Axis Powers.
The book’s most enlightening contribution is on the history of anti-fascist efforts over the past century, but its most relevant for today is its justification for stifling speech and clobbering Author: Carlos Lozada.
Bray’s book Antifa covers the history of the anti-fascism movement, from its origins in Europe in the s to its exponential growth in the US over the last year. Benito Mussolini was an Italian political leader who became the fascist dictator of Italy from to Originally a revolutionary socialist, he forged the paramilitary fascist movement in.
Axis History Forum. the history of fascist movements and regimes in Italy and Germany, and the fortunes of "failed" fascist movements in Romania, Hungary and Spain. while researchers remain preoccupied with the search for an elusive ‘fascist minimum’.
In this book Woodley emphasizes that many outstanding questions remain, including. In his history of fascism, Roger Eatwell () has simply presented that all fascist movements after are indeed ‘neo-fascist’, while Lucian Cheles, Ronnie Ferguson and Michalina Vaughn () produced a book Neo-Fascism in Europe, despite not giving a clear definition of the difference between ‘fascism’ and ‘neo-fascism.
Bray laid out the history of the anti-fascist movement, from the socialists and communists who banded together to try to stop Mussolini in the s to the resistance from punk rock groups in the United Kingdom in the s and s, to how it operates today. Antifa .I would strongly recommend reading Wilhelm Reich's The Mass Psychology of n in the s, it is an interesting source because he attacks the authoritarian impulse more generally, including an indictment of doctinaire Stalinist Communism (the introduction of this book includes a scathing indictment of bourgeois socialists).
For as long as there have been fascists, there has been debate over the way to respond to them. In his new book, Antifa, historian and organizer Mark Bray traces various leftist anti-fascist movements from the s Europe to the “Antifa” movements we see on the streets today.