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- Italian Fascism and Spanish Falangism in Comparison
- Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies
- Economics of fascism
Diplomazia e relazioni intern An impossible friendship: differe Italy showed a very aggressive and revisionist foreign policy, whereas Turkey, won the Independence war, tried to build solid and peaceful relations with its neighbors. The analysis of Turkish-Italian bilateral relation in the s and late s explains the reason of the different behavior which the two countries adopted on the eve of and during the Second World War.
Italian Fascism and Spanish Falangism in Comparison
Nazi Germany and Southern Europe, —45 pp Cite as. Fascists are not National Socialists. So little from the fascist system in Italy can be transferred to Germany as National Socialism to Italy. We have only one thing in common with fascism, namely a dictator […] 1. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies
Life in Hitler's Germany. History File: Opposition If Time. Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. Two authoritarian regimes that fundamentally shaped the first half of the 20th Century were the Fascist government of Benito Mussolini and the Nazi government of Adolf Hitler. In this unit we will examine the rise and rule of each of these dictators and attempt to evaluate to what extent they achieved totalitarian control. We will also take a look at a culminating event of their foreign policies on the eve of World War II, the Spanish Civil war.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This book compares the Italian Fascist and the Spanish Falangist political cultures from the early s to the early s, using the idea of the nation as the focus of the comparison. Exploring the similarities and differences between these two political cultures, this study investigates how Fascist and Falangist ideologues defined and developed their own idea of the nation over time to legitimise their power within their respective countries. It examines to what extent their concept of the nation influenced Italian and Spanish domestic and foreign policies. The book offers a four-level framework for understanding the evolution of the fascist idea of the nation: the ideology of the nation, the imperial projects of Fascism and Falangism, race and the nation, and the place of these cultures in the new Nazi continental order. In doing so, it shows how these ideas of the nation had significant repercussions on fascist political practice.
Economics of fascism
Historians and other scholars disagree on the question of whether a specifically fascist type of economic policy can be said to exist. David Baker argues that there is an identifiable economic system in fascism that is distinct from those advocated by other ideologies, comprising essential characteristics that fascist nations shared. They state that the decisions taken by fascist leaders cannot be explained within a logical economic framework.
Attempts to explain Mussolini's adoption of antisemitism as well as the fundamental difference between how Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy ultimately treated the Jews within their respective empires have led some historians to emphasize the contrasting political cultures ofthe two nations and the dynamics of the German-Italian alliance. He emphasizes the primacy of FrenchItalian relations on the one hand and the indigenous Fascist roots of Mussolini's turn to antisemitism on the other. Uncovering additional archival materials concerning Italy's policy of protecting the Jews-both Italian and foreign-within its occupation zone in France, Carpi argues that political concern for the future fate of these territories was key.
Fascism , political ideology and mass movement that dominated many parts of central, southern, and eastern Europe between and and that also had adherents in western Europe, the United States , South Africa , Japan , Latin America, and the Middle East. At the end of World War II , the major European fascist parties were broken up, and in some countries such as Italy and West Germany they were officially banned. Beginning in the late s, however, many fascist-oriented parties and movements were founded in Europe as well as in Latin America and South Africa. The word fascism comes from the Latin fasces , which denotes a bundle of wooden rods that typically included a protruding axe blade.
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