Sternhell may refer to:

  • Zeev Sternhell, an Israeli historian and one of the world's leading experts on Fascism
  • Sever Sternhell, a Polish born Australian academic and organic chemist
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Action Française - Judgment of Political Scientists - Influence On National Syndicalism and Fascism
... Left and The Birth of Fascist Ideology, Zeev Sternhell claimed that Action Française influenced national syndicalism and, consequently, fascism ... According to Sternhell, national syndicalism was formed by the combination between the integral nationalism of Action Française and the revolutionary syndicalism of Georges Sorel ... Based on the views of the non-conformists themselves, Sternhell argued that the non-conformists were actually a French form of fascism ...
Zeev Sternhell
... Zeev Sternhell (Hebrew זאב שטרנהל‎, born 1935) is an Israeli historian and one of the world's leading experts on Fascism ... Sternhell headed the Department of Political Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and writes for Haaretz newspaper ...
The Founding Myths Of Israel - Reviews and Criticism - Criticism By Sharkansky - Sternhell's Response To Sharkansky
... Sternhell called Sharkansky's analysis "narrow" and "technical" ... Sternhell cites the UN expert professor Philip Klein, who investigated the matter for two years at the end of the 1950s " chiefly administrative action, that calls for revision it is rather ...
The Founding Myths Of Israel - Reviews and Criticism
... In a scholarly review Neil Caplan is very critical "Sternhell insists on viewing the history of Zionism as an unhappy one determined by wrong-headed 'conscious ideological choices' made by the labour ... known that Labor Zionism followed a national course, Sternhell offers little new perspectives ... He also says Sternhell ignores that "the evolving discourse and practices of labor Zionism were profoundly shaped by the concrete circumstances in which would-be Jewish workers found themselves in early twentieth-centu ...