Fascist

  • (noun): An adherent of fascism or other right-wing authoritarian views.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fascist:

Luigi Ugolini - Political Activity
27, 1940, Ugolini was arrested by the Fascist police for his essays against the regime ... Another legend tells of his arrest by the Fascist police ... The two men in fact were Fascist police in disguise, and they arrested him ...
Carlo Scorza - Secretary of PNF
... In April 1943, Scorza was named Secretary of the National Fascist Party, replacing the ineffectual Aldo Vidussoni ... Italian wartime Parliament, Dino Grandi, put forth to the Fascist Grand Council a motion to remove Mussolini from office ... treason for failing to counter the anti-Fascist coup d'etat, but he was acquitted by a special tribunal in April 1944 ...
London Letters - A Controversy
... and "turn-the-other-cheek" pacifists, stating that they were "objectively pro-Fascist" ... and accused the review Now, of which Woodcock was editor, of having a Fascist tendency ... that "Pacifism is objectively pro-Fascist" defended his work for the BBC's Indian broadcasts and refuted the accusation that he "is intellectual-hunting again" ...
Anti-Fascist Underground Patriotic Organization
... Anti-fascist Underground Patriotic Organization (Russian Антифашистская подпольная патриотическая организация, APPO) was ...
Sfarmă-Piatră
... from Universul editor-in-chief Stelian Popescu, it attempted to regroup the various fascist and pro-fascist movements around Crainic's "ethnocratic" principle ... and attempting a rapprochement with the fascist Iron Guard, it came to support Carol's National Renaissance Front after 1938, and, during World War II, switched its ...

More definitions of "fascist":

  • (adj): Relating to or characteristic of fascism.
    Example: "Fascist propaganda"
    Synonyms: fascistic

Famous quotes containing the word fascist:

    I have often thought that if a rational Fascist dictatorship were to exist, then it would choose the American system.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)