1st Edition

International Fascism, 1919-45

Edited By Robert Mallett, Gert Sorensen Copyright 2002
    196 Pages
    by Routledge

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    The essays that comprise this study of 20th-century fascism shift the focus away from the German and Italian models and towards the influence of fascist ideology within other countries.

    Chapter 1 ‘Opposing the past’: Danish Radical Conservatism and Right-Wing Authoritarianism in the Inter-War Years, Adam Holm; Chapter 2 The Dual State and Fascism, Gert Sørensen; Chapter 3 The Strategy of Fascist Italy: A Premise, Lucio Ceva; Chapter 4 Mussolini, Franco and the Spanish Civil War: An Afterthought, Morten Heiberg; Chapter 5 ‘The war that we prefer’: The Reclamation of the Pontine Marshes and Fascist Expansion, Steen Bo Frandsen; Chapter 6 The Papacy in Two World Wars: Benedict XV and Pius XII Compared, John F. Pollard; Chapter 7 The Sentinel of the Bravo: Italian Fascism in Mexico, 1922–35, Franco Savarino; Chapter 8 Defence of a Concept: Raymond Aron and Totalitarianism, Trine M. Kjeldahl; Chapter 9 The Establishment and Development of the Metaxas Dictatorship in the Context of Fascism and Nazism, 1936–41, Mogens Pelt;


    Gert Sørensen, Robert Mallett