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Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Fascism Abroad – Memory

Italian Fascists in the USA: a conversation with Stefano Luconi (University of Padua) Italian fascism played a relevant role in the USA before the Second World War. In part, this … Continue reading

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Fascism Abroad – Academia

 A Failure of Fascism Abroad: the Construction of Little Italies in Nazi Germany by Claudia Baldoli (Newcastle University) In March 1928, the Italian consul in Breslavia, worried by the absence … Continue reading

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Fascism Abroad – Critic’s corner

Fascist Propaganda in the UK: from Camillo Pellizzi to Mario Praz (1921-1939) by Tamara  Colacicco (University of Reading) Recently, research on Italian Fascism has adopted a new approach, as scholars … Continue reading

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Fascism Abroad – Voices

The Italian Anti-fascist Representation of the Spanish Civil War by Manuele Cogni (University of Reading) The Spanish civil war (1936-1939) was widely seen at the time as part of the … Continue reading

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