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Fascist countries become so after the fascist leader is instated. THey are not fascist beforehand and do not choose a leader such as that.

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In the 20th century Germany, Spain, Italy, and Argentina had what is termed fascist leaders.


Using their influence they obtained by being wealthy


They made their country think they were best race and they were superior than other countries. People followed their rules because they thought the fascist leaders had good ideas.


Well, there was only 2 countries were fascist, Germany and Italy.


The fascist leaders that I can currently think of are Adolf Hitler (Germany) and Benito Mussolini (Italy).


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Various countries have had a fascist government. For example, in the 1940s the government of Germany was a fascist one.


India and of course America that's why we can choose our leaders


There were a variety of countries that were considered fascist in WWII. The countries include Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, Italy, Romania, Austria, and Hungary.


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A leader is not chosen in fascist countries but they get power through use of force and end up being dictators.


Before WW2 there was only one Communist country - the Soviet Union. The Fascist countries included: Italy Germany, Spain. Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Poland were crypto-Fascist.


Widespread poverty was a primary factor that helped fascist leaders gain power in Eastern Europe. Russia is an example of an Eastern European country.


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Fascism was political philosophy popular in the 1920s and 30s. Italy under Benito Mussolini and Spain under Francisco Franco were both fascist nations. There were many other countries with fascist governments and/or leaders, some were elected, some took power, but these two were the most famous. For ease of understanding Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler is often called a fascist nation, but it really was not, Nazism was its own brand of government.


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They were all fascist leaders during the 1900s.


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