Modern Europe after fascism, 1943-1980s, Volume 1
In this reference work on the legacy of facism, prepared by the leading world experts, Larsen and his contributors address general theoretical problems related to post-World War II facism, neofacism, and totalitarianism, as well as specific national and international manifestations of these and corollary ideologies. This volume is a complimentary work to the classic compendium" Who Were the Facists?," in which most of these contributors also appeared.
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NEUTRAL COUNTRIES AND COUNTRIES NOT OCCUPIED
Fascism qualinquism neofascism The rise of neofascism
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