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Varieties of fascism; doctrines of revolution in the twentieth century.

Author: Eugen Weber
Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [©1964]
Series: Anvil original, 73.
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"Presents an historical analysis of the forms of Fascism and National Socialism that existed and continue to exist ... compares and discusses the fundamental similarities and differences of Fascist, National Socialist, Communist, and Socialist movements in Europe during the years between World War I and World War II ... explains their theories, doctrines, ideologies, goals, and the methods employed to carry them  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Weber, Eugen, 1925-2007.
Varieties of fascism.
Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [©1964]
(OCoLC)607870126
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugen Weber
OCLC Number: 336380
Description: 191 pages 18 cm.
Contents: Fascisms and National Socialisms --
The background --
Origins --
Theory and practice --
Earlier movements --
Antiliberalism --
Nationalism --
Utopia and myth --
Historical origins --
Collectivistic Nationalism --
Economic factors --
Conjunction of Right and Left --
The rise of Fascism --
Mussolini's movement --
Dynamics of Fascism --
Violence and history --
The leader and the crowd --
Totalitarianism --
Elitist democracy --
A new chivalry --
Organic society --
Socialism and National Socialism --
Fascist Socialism --
Property --
Towards an organized economy --
The workers --
Reformism or reaction --
A red herring: racialism --
The nation and the alien --
A convenient diversion --
Italy --
Roots of revolution --
Mussolini --
A corporatist state --
Germany --
Hitler and the Nazis --
The leader and the race --
Organized autarky --
Hungary --
Patriotic reactions --
Gömbös --
Szalasi --
Romania --
Codreanu --
Murder as method --
A Puritan host --
The wages of violence --
Great Britain --
From Socialism to Fascism --
The doom of violence --
Spain --
Inertia and reaction --
National syndicalism --
José Antonio --
Falange --
The rising and the fall --
Belgium --
Degrelle --
Rex --
Success --
Failure --
Occupation and collaboration --
France --
Nationalism and Socialism --
Valois --
League of the thirties --
Doriot --
Déat --
Fascist fever --
Conclusion --
Reaction --
Characteristics --
Fascism --
National Socialism --
Differences --
Readings --
Fascism --
First program of the Fascist movement: March 23, 1919 --
Program of the Communist International, 1928: definition of Fascism --
Benito Mussolini: the political and social doctrine of Fascism, 1932 --
Racialist National Socialism --
The first program of the Nazi Party --
Alfred Rosenberg: the myth of the twentieth century (1930) --
Vidkun Quisling: the Nordic principle --
Hungary --
Ferencz Szalasi: the way and the aim --
Szalasi's last words at his trial, 1946 --
Romania --
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu: National Christian Socialism: February 9, 1920 --
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu: the legion of the Archangel Michael: our program (1927) --
What a Legionary believes --
Great Britain --
Oswald Mosley: the modern movement --
Spain --
José Antonio Primo de Rivera: what the Falange wants --
Belgium --
Jean Denis: the fundamentals of Rexist doctrine --
France --
Georges Valois: what is Fascism? --
Marcel Déat: what the R.N.P. wants.
Series Title: Anvil original, 73.
Other Titles: Doctrines of revolution in the twentieth century.

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"Presents an historical analysis of the forms of Fascism and National Socialism that existed and continue to exist ... compares and discusses the fundamental similarities and differences of Fascist, National Socialist, Communist, and Socialist movements in Europe during the years between World War I and World War II ... explains their theories, doctrines, ideologies, goals, and the methods employed to carry them into practice. The readings consist of official documents, reports, acts, and speeches"--Back cover.

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