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If Islamists constitute 10 percent to 15 percent of the Muslim population worldwide, they number some 125 million to 200 million persons, or a far greater total than all the fascists and communists, combined, who ever lived.
An actual political murder from the early fascist period in 1921 is being reinvestigated.
Ambassador Dino Grandi's role was clearly delineated: "The analysis of Grandi's work [in the years 1932-39] in high diplomacy is thus integrated with the history of Italy's attempts to transform its emigrants in Britain into enthusiastic Fascists, and the contacts between Fascist Italy and British sympathisers, notably the British Union of Fascists and the Conservative Italophiles"(1).
Claudia Baldoli's book focuses on two main areas: the activities of the Fasci Abroad in London and Great Britain during Dino Grandi's term as Italy's ambassador to London from 1932 to 1939, and Grandi's relationship with the British Union of Fascists (BUF) and the British Right.
France, still traumatized by the horror of trench warfare fought in France during World War I, and now menaced by the prospect of a fascist military threat on three borders, was paralyzed by domestic political squabbles.
Even today, the RSS "shakhas," or schools, are similar in structure and organization to the fascist youth organizations that Moonje admired.
On the other was the reticent Cantimori, a convinced Fascist in the 1930s, then a believing Communist until the invasion of Hungary in 1956, sedentary by nature and decidedly overweight as he got older, and who, despite the success of his classic Eretici italiani del Cinquecento of 1939, wrote only slowly and laboriously.
Regarding the seizure of power, the author effectively asserts that the Fascists changed the rules of the game by the militarization of politics.
But we must rely on ourselves to protect ourselves and to stop the fascists.
Body Politics and the Modern Woman in Fascist Italy, : University of Toronto Press: Toronto, 2015; 166 pp.
Not only is this characterization dishonest, but it is being used in a calculated fashion to invest the Antifa anarcho-communists with heroic stature, while simultaneously smearing all those they target and all who oppose them as racists and fascists.
The British Union of Fascists was met with a 20,000-strong opposition during an inflammatory march through the East End of London in October 1936.