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Title Reactionary nationalists, fascists and dictatorships in the twentieth century : against democracy / edited by Ismael Saz, Zira Box, Toni Morant, Julian Sanz
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
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Descript 1 online resource (xiv, 357 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series Palgrave studies in political history
Palgrave studies in political history
Note 1 Introduction - Ismael Saz, Zira Box, Toni Morant, Julian Sanz -- Part I Reactionary Nationalisms -- 2 The Action Francaise in a Transnational Perspective - Olivier Dard -- 3 "Fellow travellers": the history and evolution of the relationship between the nationalists and the fascists - Lorenzo Benadusi -- 4 The intellectual roots and political foundations of reactionary Spanish nationalism in an international context - Maximiliano Fuentes -- 5 Reactionary Nationalism and Fascism: The German Case - Hermann Beck -- 6 Around the Ways of the Rights in South America in the early Twentieth Century. Problems and Questions - Fernando Devoto -- Part II Fascisms -- 7 Fascism and fascists in Italy - Patrizia Dogliani -- 8 The German Fascists: Nazi Political Culture - Toni Morant -- 9 Fascisms in France - Olivier Forlin -- 10 A fascism that came to stay? On Falange's political culture - Julian Sanz Hoya -- 11 The Portuguese "Blue Shirts" and Salazar's "New State" - Antonio Costa Pinto -- 12 Fascism in Central Europe: Big Fascisms in (not that) small countries - Traian Sandu -- Part III Dictatorships -- 13 Political Cultures in the Fascist Regime, Transversalities and Contradictions - Ismael Saz -- 14 National Socialists and Conservative Nationalists in the German Dictatorship - Michael Grüttner -- 15 The Portuguese New State in Comparative Perspective. The Constitutional Foundations of an Ethical State - Gofredo Adinolfi -- 16 The Franco Dictatorship: A proposal for analysis in terms of political cultures - Zira Box -- 17 Vichy, a Fascist State? - Olivier Wierwiorka -- 18 Authoritarianism, nationalism, fascism and National Security Doctrine. The debate on Latin American Southern Cone dictatorships - Daniel Lvovich
This book provides a comparative study of fascisms and reactionary nationalisms. It presents these as transnational political cultures and examines the dictatorships and regimes in which these cultures played significant roles. The book is organised into three main sections, focusing on nationalists, fascists and dictatorships in turn. The chapters range across French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and German experiences, and include a broader overview of the political cultures in Central and Eastern Europe as well as Latin America. The chapters consider the identities, organizations and evolution of the various cultures and specific political movements, alongside the intersections between these movements and how they adapted to changing contexts. By doing so, the book offers a global view of fascisms and reactionary nationalisms, and promotes debate around these political cultures
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Totalitarianism -- History -- 20th century
European History
Political History
World History, Global and Transnational History
Modern History
Alt Author Saz, Ismael, editor
Box, Zira, editor
Morant, Toni, editor
Sanz, Julian, editor
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