Italian Workers Against Fascism
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Italian Workers Against Fascism

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Published by Kersplebedeb .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Europe - Italy,
  • Political Ideologies - Anarchism,
  • Political Ideologies - Communism & Socialism,
  • History / Italy

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPamphlet
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8724480M
ISBN 101894946146
ISBN 109781894946148
OCLC/WorldCa144555803

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This is a great book and, like all of Caroline Moorehead's book, is a must-read for those interested in the partisan's battles against the Nazi occupiers and Black Shirt fascists in northern Italy -- specifically Turin and Val di Susa -- during the Nazi occupation from September 8, until Ap /5(57). I read this for my Europe in the Age of War and Dictatorship Class. This is an awesome little book. If you want to read about the history of Italian Fascism, this is the book to get. Everything is packed into its something pages, and yet it is very readable. s: 9.   ‘A House in the Mountains’ Review: Four Against Fascism There were more women partisans in the Italian resistance than in any similar movement in occupied Europe. They acted as lookouts, arranged Reviews: 8. A Primer of Italian Fascism makes available for the first time in English translation the key documents pertaining to one of our century?s defining mass political movements. Whereas existing anthologies survey Fascist writings in a multiplicity of national settings, A Primer of Italian Fascism opts for a tightly focused, in-depth approach that emphasizes the development of Fascist ideology in.

  “Fascism as a phenomenon was born in Europe at the start of the 20th Century. And historically, fascism doesn’t rise alone. Instead, it gained ground through an uneasy but very effective. Making the Fascist State, By Herbert W. Schneider. New York: Oxford University Press. $ No other book on the market can compete with Schneider’s “Making the Fascist State” in giving the American reader an accurate and orderly knowledge of that welter of ideas and actions that is Italian Fascism. Now parliament is looking at a bill to tighten up laws against promoting fascism — illustrating how Italy still struggles to get to grips with its fascist past, more than seven decades after Il Duce’s execution by partisans. it could prove very difficult to suppress fascism, in Italy and beyond. Her book . Finally, the last of the fascism books you recommend is a novel by Natalia Ginzburg. Family Lexicon, which is more like a novelized memoir, is a valuable testimony of how private life unfolded during Fascist Italy. The family in question was anti-Fascist and half-Jewish and the bonds and private language of the family are effectively set against the encroachments and tyranny of the Fascist state.

The Struggle Against Fascism The following report was given J , to the Third Plenum of the Executive Committee of the Communist International. It is reprinted from Mike Taber and John Riddell, eds., Fighting Fascism: How to Struggle and How to Win (Haymarket Books, ). Anti-fascism is a political movement in opposition to fascist ideologies, groups and individuals. It began in a few European countries in the s and eventually spread around the world. It was at its most significant shortly before and during World War II, where the Axis powers were opposed by many countries forming the Allies of World War II and dozens of resistance movements worldwide.   Italian Fascism, book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This thoroughly revised and updated edition provides a cr /5(2).   In September , a heavily pregnant Resistance activist in the north of German-occupied Italy was arrested on a visit to Milan. Lisetta Giua, a law student and fiancée of the Jewish anti-Fascist chief Vittorio Foa, worked as one of hundreds of women staffette: vital underground operatives whose roles might stretch from courier and spy to liaison officer and saboteur.