Week 10 Fascism - Comes from Roman weapon too, symbol of...

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17:02 Fascist Movements Fascism gained a good deal of power in 1920s There were many of them Fascist is a blurry term Groups in France were extremely monarchist o Lead by catholic cleric German Nazis wanted nothing to do with monarchy o Hostile towards catholic church Mussolini wasn’t totally hostile to church What do Facists have in common? Why did these movements emerge when they did? Who supported these movements and why did they gain so much support? “Fascism” Italian “fascio” A bundle of sticks
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Unformatted text preview: Comes from Roman weapon too, symbol of Roman authority to punish transgressors What did these movements have in common? Cult of masculinity and youth Nazis in school placed a high priority on physical fitness o Hitler Youth and school had about 3 hours of mandated physical activity a day Triumph de William wilferns willerns Fascist regimes thought National Body was somehow corrupt and that new youths needed to be protected so National Body could be uncorrupted 17:02 17:02...
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