DME Class Notes Fascism

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DME Class Notes: Fascism 14:57 Terms Mussolini Blackshirts March on Rome, 1922 Victor Emmanuel II Oswald Moseley Popular Front Loyalists--Republicans Nationalists Falange Francisco Franco Abraham Lincoln Brigade Stalinism vs. fascism Stalinism--Soviet Paranoia Gulag Political Prisons Members from all social classes could be rounded up and sent to prison, seemingly  arbitrarily Some prisoners were the culmination of the massive amount of orphans that stemmed  back to WWI and the Russian civil war Mass deportations Chechens
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Crimean tartars These people were loyal to the Soviet Union Nonetheless, massive amounts of these people were deported to prison camps in  Siberia Journal into the Whirlwhind Author was pressured to provide evidence against someone else She was held guilty, tortured until she provided the evidence the authorities wanted from  her Perhaps, since she was an educated woman, she could have independent thoughts that  could harm or threaten the state Soviet reliance on the notion of generational prolongance, where the positive  characteristics of an individual or society are passed on to the next generation Lysenko Russian biologist
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