The Culture of Fascism

The Culture of Fascism

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This text explores the cultural history of fascism and the Far Right in Britain and contends that its goal was the establishment of an all-embracing fascist culture in Britain. The contributions cover film, theatre, music, literature, the visual arts and mass media.1 What follows is merely a sample of historical works that should provide a guide for further reading, rather than an exhaustive ... Studies of the membership patterns and local support for the BUF include, in order of publication: W. F. Mandel, a#39;The ... Australian Journal of Politics and History, 12 (1966), pp 360-83; Michael Billig, Fascists: A Social Psychological View of ... Minorities in Wartime: National and Racial Groupings in Europe, North America and Australia during the Two Worldanbsp;...

Title:The Culture of Fascism
Author: Julie V. Gottlieb, Thomas P. Linehan
Publisher:I.B.Tauris - 2004-03-04

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