Lecture on Fascism - Lecture on Fascism Halil Berktay, 19...

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Lecture on Fascism – Halil Berktay, 19 December 2006 1. How is fascism presented today in the literature of History and Political Science? Regime of totalitarian governments directed by a dictator 2. How does German Nazism compare with Italian Fascism? Nazism and Fascism were mainly the same but Germany made it more violent and they were much cruel and barbaric. 3. Why do Professor Berktay and other SU academics feel that knowledge of Fascism is important for students? Because, they also think that Fascism still exists, not in the same way but it still exists as an ideology, can occur again in different forms. 4. In what way were Mussolini and then Hitler responsible for World War II? Their ambition led them attacking everyone, they were attacking other possible strong countries 5. What fundamental problem in the 1920s and 1930s made it possible for Fascists and Nazis to come to power? 6.
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2009 for the course ENGLISH AS 101 taught by Professor Sener during the Spring '05 term at Sabancı University.

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