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fascism

08.01.2016
- Languages: it
When on 28 October 1922, the Fascists seized power following the March on Rome, most Italian liberals thought it to be simply a theatrical change of regime, and that soon enough the experience of government would normalise the political movement founded by Benito Mussolini.
08.05.2015
- Languages: de
There was no question that on 8 May 1945 Germany was liberated from the bloody dictatorship of National Socialism; and that the country itself had committed terrible crimes during the years of this dictatorship. But many Germans also saw 8 May as a catastrophe; besides enormous destruction and loss of territory there was a completely unprecedented number of dead, of refugees, of displaced persons, of raped women.
26.01.2015
- Languages: de
National cultures of memory are often interwoven, in both a positive and a negative sense. This has been apparent in the relationship between German and Italian cultures of memory since the last three decades of the nineteenth century, when both countries first appeared on the stage of international politics as newly-united nations.