Fascist Movements

Some articles on fascist movements, movement, fascist:

List Of Fascist Movements By Country U–Z - Fascist Movements, Sorted By Country
... Overview A-F G-M N-T U-Z Name of movement Country of predominant operation Came to power? Founded post-World War II? Active? General affiliation Notes (Sotsi ... No British National Party ethnonationalism wing of the British National Front Greater Britain Movement United Kingdom No Yes (1964) No Nazi Splinter group of British Movement dissolved 1967 Imperial Fascist League ... National Party (1960s) in 1960 splinter group of the League of Empire Loyalists, not a fascist organization National Party (UK, 1976) United Kingdom No Yes (1976) No British National Party ...
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu - Legacy - Lifetime Influence and Legionary Power
... The Legion was described by British researcher Norman Davies as "one of Europe's more violent fascist movements." Stanley G ... Guard was "probably the most unusual mass movement of interwar Europe", and noted that part of this was owed to Codreanu being "a sort of religious mystic", while British ... has drawn comparisons with models favored by other leaders of far right and fascist movements, including Hitler and Benito Mussolini ...
Fascist Symbolism - Common Symbolism of Fascist Movements
... Organized fascist movements have militarist-appearing uniforms for their members use national symbols, historical symbols of a nation as symbols of their movement and use orchestrated rallies ... Fascist movements are led by a "Leader" (i.e ... A number of fascist movements use a straight-armed salute ...

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