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by Francisco Calderon,Jaime Nogueira Pinto,Erik Norling

ISBN: 9898336269
ISBN13: 978-9898336262
Language: English
Publisher: Finis Mundi Press (August 26, 2011)
Pages: 144
Category: Historical Study and Educational Resources
Subategory: History

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Erik Norling (Author), Francisco Calderon (Contributor), Jaime Nogueira Pinto (Contributor) & 0 more. This book consists of five essays in which Erik Norling examines the socialist and revolutionary aspects of Italian Fascism.

Erik Norling (Author), Francisco Calderon (Contributor), Jaime Nogueira Pinto (Contributor) & 0 more. Anyone familiar with the work of A. James Gregor or Zeev Sternhell is aware that Fascism emerged from a syndicalist and therefore revolutionary socialist matrix. What distinguishes Norling's work is that he argues for the persistence, to one extent or another, of revolutionary socialism throughout the career of Italian Fascism.

Erik Norling (Gothenburg, Sweden, 1964), is a lawyer and an Historian that lives in Malaga, Spain. He is an expert in the European volunteer anti-Communist movements, namely the Nordic, as well as in the Leftwing factions of Fascism, to the point that he has been nicknamed as the "Historian of Red Fascism".

In Revolutionary Fascism Erik Norling, author of Blood in the Snow: The Russo-Finnish War (Shelf Books, 2001) . Authored by Erik Norling Prologue by Francisco Calderon Supplement by Jaime Nogueira Pinto.

In Revolutionary Fascism Erik Norling, author of Blood in the Snow: The Russo-Finnish War (Shelf Books, 2001), acquaints us not only with the Revolutionary and Socialist roots of primeval Fascism but also describes the Italian Social Republic period, at the end of the war, when these values reemerged in its utmost purity.

Jaime Alexandre Nogueira Pinto (born 4 February 1946 in Porto, Santo Ildefonso) is a Portuguese writer and university professor, son of Jaime da Cunha Guimarães by Alda Branca Nogueira Pinto, who died in 2007

Jaime Alexandre Nogueira Pinto (born 4 February 1946 in Porto, Santo Ildefonso) is a Portuguese writer and university professor, son of Jaime da Cunha Guimarães by Alda Branca Nogueira Pinto, who died in 2007.

In Revolutionary Fascism Erik Norling, author of Blood in the Snow: The Russo-Finnish War (Shelf Books, 2001), acquaints us not only with the Revolutionary and Socialist roots of primeval Fascism but also describes.

Jaime Alexandre Nogueira Pinto (born Porto, Santo Ildefonso, 4 February 1946) is a Portuguese writer and university professor, the illegitimate son of Jaime da Cunha Guimarães by Alda Branca Nogueira Pinto, who died in 2007. A right-leaning political thinker, he has a law degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon, and is Doctor of Social Sciences, the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, where he teaches courses in the fields of political science and international relations.

It is. also a further instance of the reversal of revolutionary priorities between. the Soviet Union and fascist states. Was there a ‘fascist economics’?

Jaime Nogueira Pinto obtained a law degree from the University of Lisbon, and is Doctor of Social Sciences, the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon.

Jaime Nogueira Pinto obtained a law degree from the University of Lisbon, and is Doctor of Social Sciences, the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon. Pinto teaches politics and international relations at the Technical University of Lisbon. He is director of the magazine Futuro Presente (co-founded with Nuno Rogeiro) and presides over the Luso-African Culture Foundation.

Benito Mussolini (1893 – 1945) is the living image of Fascism and one of the most well known historical figures ever, the antonomasia.

HISTORIAN and political writer Professor Jaime Nogueira Pinto has published several books on Portuguese contemporary history, political science and military and African affairs. He has lectured on these and other subjects at the Portuguese universities of Lusíada in Lisbon, and Católica. HISTORIAN and political writer Professor Jaime Nogueira Pinto has published several books on Portuguese contemporary history, political science and military and African affairs.

Benito Mussolini (1893 – 1945) is the living image of Fascism and one of the most well known historical figures ever, the antonomasia of a Dictator: nevertheless few are the ones aware that early in the 20th century he was the coming man of the Italian Revolutionary Socialism, headed to represent the Socialist Party, in which everyone had high hopes for the overthrowing of the so-called “bourgeois system”, when Socialism was still revolutionary and hostile to Capitalism. Lenin said of him: “in Italy, comrades, in Italy there is only a Socialist capable of guiding the people towards the revolution, Benito Mussolini”, soon after the Duce would lead a revolution, but a Fascist one… So, why did he become a Fascist after wall? Has he really betrayed Socialism as his critics accused him of doing? Or was Fascism the genial and natural outcome of a Socialist’s evolution, of a charismatic mass leader, towards the real revolution? In “Revolutionary Fascism” Erik Norling, author of “Blood in the Snow: The Russo-Finnish War” (Shelf Books, 2001), acquaints us not only with the Revolutionary and Socialist roots of primeval Fascism but also describes the Italian Social Republic period, at the end of the war, when these values reemerged in its utmost purity.
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Anayajurus
This book consists of five essays in which Erik Norling examines the socialist and revolutionary aspects of Italian Fascism. Anyone familiar with the work of A. James Gregor or Zeev Sternhell is aware that Fascism emerged from a syndicalist and therefore revolutionary socialist matrix. What distinguishes Norling's work is that he argues for the persistence, to one extent or another, of revolutionary socialism throughout the career of Italian Fascism.

The first essay is a short biography of Nicola Bombacci, a founder of the Italian Communist Party who became a follower of Mussolini and died with him in 1945. The second and fourth essays deal with the Italian Social Republic, or Salo Republic, and its Black Brigades. The third essay examines the question of Europeanism in the doctrines of Fascism, and the fifth essay provides a sort of overview of the themes of the other essays. The essays are accompanied by a selection of speeches by Mussolini, manifestos and laws of the early days of the Fascist Party and the Social Republic, and a chronology of the Republic.

All other things being equal, I would give this book four stars--Norling doesn't really go into enough detail on any of his topics to warrant five stars, but what he does, he does well. However, this book is a translation of a Spanish work (Norling is a Swede who now lives in Malaga), carried out on behalf of a Portuguese publisher. It is because of the awful translation that I give this book only three stars. Whoever performed the translation is not at all fluent in English, so the translation is everywhere awkward and unidiomatic and in many places difficult to understand without a prior knowledge of what Norling is writing about. This is unfortunate, because this book may serve as an introduction for some readers to these topics. I can only hope that the publishers have the opportunity to publish an improved translation.

Truthcliff
Pretty informative and easy to read.

Deals mostly with Mussolini's return to Italy, when he returned from being freed from prison by Hitler.

Rare speeches and ideological breakdowns of Mussolini's 'more' socialist return to Italy.

Also some detail into the life of Nicolò Bombacci, witch was a refreshing surprise.

A must read for anyone interested in 3rd position politics or WW2 history.

Arcanefire
Very good-more scholarly than entertaining. Allows one to analyze w/out having to make a moral judgement & provides an "intellectual" basis from the Fascist point of view, left & right, while still being able to MAKE that necessary moral judgement against it.

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