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Fascism and communism

Author: François Furet; Ernst Nolte
Publisher: Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ©2001.
Series: European horizons.
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"In his major work on communism, the international bestseller The Passing of an Illusion, the eminent French historian Francois Furet devoted a lengthy footnote to German historian Ernst Nolte's interpretation of fascism. Nolte responded, a correspondence ensued, and the result was the remarkable exchange presented in this volume. Fascism and Communism offers readers the rare opportunity to witness and learn from a  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Furet, François, 1927-1997.
Fascism and communism.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c2001
(OCoLC)606624155
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: François Furet; Ernst Nolte
ISBN: 0803219954 9780803219953
OCLC Number: 45620990
Notes: Translation of: Fascisme et communisme.
Description: xvii, 98 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: On Ernst Nolte's interpretation of fascism / François Furet --
Beyond ideological impasses / Ernst Nolte --
A taboo subject / François Furet --
From the Gulag to Auschwitz / Ernst Nolte --
The dialectical relationship of fascism and communism / François Furet --
On revisionism / Ernst Nolte --
Modern anti-semitism / François Furet --
Situations / Ernst Nolte --
Such is the melancholy backdrop of this century's end / François Furet.
Series Title: European horizons.
Other Titles: Fascisme et communisme.
Responsibility: François Furet and Ernst Nolte ; translated by Katherine Golsan ; with a preface by Tzvetan Todorov.
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