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French Fascism Robert Soucy

French Fascism By Robert Soucy

French Fascism by Robert Soucy

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This work takes argument with the notion that Fascism never took hold in France. By the author of "French Fascism: The First Wave, 1924-1933".

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French Fascism: The Second Wave, 1933-1939 by Robert Soucy

This provocative book demolishes the notion that fascism never took hold in France. Robert Soucy, author of the acclaimed French Fascism: The First Wave, continues his argument that France has had a long-standing fascist tradition, and he investigates the social and economic conservatism of French fascist movements of the 1930s.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements; Introduction: The Debate over Fascism, The Consensus School, The Sternhell Controversy, Historical Fascism in ltaly and Germany, Defining Fascism, Contextualising Fascism, Major Common Denominators of European Fascism; Context: Depression and its Political Consequences, The February 6th, 1934, Riots, The Popular Front; Major and Declining Fascisms, Newspaper Allies, and the Greenshirts: Small and Large Fascisms, The Francistes, The Jeunesses Patriotes, The Action Francaise Newspaper Allies, The Greenshirts, The Cagoule, The Fascist Left: Deat and Bergery; The Solidarite Francaise: Leadership, Financing, and Membership, Rise and Fall Was the Solidarite Francaise Fascist?, Anti-Semitism, Praising Musslini and Hitler and Calling for a Franco-Italian-German Alliance Fascist "Republicanism" and National "Socialism", Anti-Marxism, Antiliberatism, Women Patriotism, Tradition, and the Veterans' Mystique; The Croix de Feu - Parti Social Francais: Political History, 1928- 1939, La Rocque after 1940, Financing, Membership, Was La Rocque's Movement Fascist?, Anti-Semitism, Antidemocracy, Paramilitarism, Anti-Marxism, "Neither Right nor Left", Antidecadence, Antiliberalism; The Parti Populaire Francais: Jacques Doriot: The Communist Years, 1920-1936, The Shift to Fascism, Fascist Symbolism, Financing , Leadership, Membership, National "Socialism" as Anti-Marxism, Cultural Traditionalism, Antifeminism, and Imperialism, National "Socialism" in the Writings of Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, Raymon Fernandez, and Bertrand de Jouvenel Antidemocracy, Antiliberalism, Antirationalism, and Anti-Semitism; Fascist Intellectuals and the Revolt against Decadence: Bertrand de Jouvenel, Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, Robert Brasillach, Louis-Ferdinand, Celine Splitting; Conclusion; Notes; Index.

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French Fascism: The Second Wave, 1933-1939 by Robert Soucy
Yale University Press
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