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This new text places interwar European fascism squarely in its historical context and analyses its relationship with other right wing, authoritarian movements and regimes. Beginning with the ideological roots of fascism in pre-1914 Europe, Martin Blinkhorn turns to the problem-torn Europe of 1919 to 1939 in order to explain why fascism emerged and why, in some settings, it flourished while in others it did not. In doing so he considers not just the 'major' fascist movements and regimes of Italy and Germany but the entire range of fascist and authoritarian ideas, movements and regimes present in the Europe of 1919-1945.
Introduction to the Series.
Note on Referencing System.
1. Problems of Studying Fascism.
2. Foretastes of Fascism in Pre-1914 Europe.
3. Interwar Europe in Crisis.
4. Fascist and Right-Wing Movements, 1919-1939.
5. Fascist and Right-Wing Regimes.
6. Theories and interpretations.
7. Understanding Fascism.
8. Appendix: Fascism, a Template.