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What are the beliefs of fascism?

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โˆ™ 2010-11-08 17:14:57

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The main Italian and Nazi ideology of Fascism consisted of:

  • Fascism is centered on an Ethnic state, where the nation is united by their heritage and looks, and those of un-pure Aryan or Italian heritage were often (in the case of the Nazi) condemned to death for simply existing
  • Extreme Nationalism
  • Militarism
  • Corporatism
  • Anti-Communism

It was actually not about the induviduals and was more about the Country as a whole and its defence.

The Italians never put anyone to death because they weren't of Italian heritage. They shunned certain groups but didn't have death camps as the Germans did.

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