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Fascism: Transnational Frameworks


Zachary P. Schwartz


Fascism, as with other far-right movements, is oftentimes seen as inherently anti-international and anti-transnational due to prevailing ultra-nationalism. While fascist movements in the interwar period can be partly characterized in this way, they also included transnational dimensions. This article examines the question of transnationalism within Italian fascism as well as the wider applicability of the uniquely Italian movement through a review of relevant literature and documents from Archivio Centrale dello Stato in Rome.
How to Cite: Schwartz, Z.P., 2022. Fascism: Transnational Frameworks. The Webster Review of International History, 2(1), pp.2–11.
Published on 15 Apr 2022.
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