(2018)

Arsenal Pulp Press, 2018 Series
Published in English (Canada) Canada
 
Price
19.95 CAD; 17.95 USD
Pages
132
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Arsenal Pulp Press
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ISBN
978-1-55152-733-8 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781551527338
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Color
colour
Dimensions
8 in. x 10 in.
Paper Stock
bond
Binding
trade paperback
Publishing Format
one-shot

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Printed in Canada

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Adolf Hitler; Benito Mussolini; antifa fighters
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Comic books were made for Nazi punching.

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What is Fascism? (Table of Contents: 9)

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1. Fascism is an ideology that promotes a strong, centralized state under the command of a supreme leader (a dictatorship).
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Adolf Hitler; fascist followers; Bolsheviks; capitalist; unemployed veterans
Synopsis
Description of the typical features of fascism.
Keywords
Fascism; fascist; Nazi

What is Antifa? (Table of Contents: 10)

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Antifa is an abbreviation of Antifaschistische Aktion, originally set up by the German Communist Party in 1932 to oppose the Nazis.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Fascists; Antifa fighters; Ku Klux Klansman
Synopsis
The term antifa… and the action it describes... have endured since 1932.
Keywords
Antifa; fascism; fascist

The Fasci of Rome and Italy: the First Fascist and Anti-Fascist Movements (Table of Contents: 11)

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The first fascist groups arose in Italy during WWI.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Benito Mussolini; Italian soldiers; anarchists; socialists; Spartacists; Blackshirts; Arditi del Popolo fighters; Fascist supporters; King Victor Emmanuel III; Giacomo Matteotti; Giovanni Corvi; Adolf Hitler; Pope Pius XI; Ethiopian soldiers; Ethiopian villagers; Garibaldi Brigade soldiers; Batallon de Muerte soldiers; Carlo Rosselli; German soldiers; American soldiers; C.L.N. fighters
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Mussolini builds the first modern fascist movement in Italy. He brutalizes opposition, and sends soldiers to fight in Ethiopia and Spain, then allies with Hitler and attacks Italian Jews. Numerous anti-Mussolini groups form, but some are crushed and others have to fight from abroad. After Mussolini's ouster in 1943 a large armed resistance fights the remaining fascists and the occupying Germans.
Keywords
Abyssinia; Ethiopia; fascism; fascist; Italy; partisan; Spanish Civil War; World War II

Nazi Germany (Table of Contents: 12)

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In the fall of 1918, the November Revolution occurred when sailors and workers rebelled in the North Sea ports of Kiel and Wlhelmshaven.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Socialists; Communists; Nazis; Freikorps fighters; Karl Liebknecht; Rosa Luxemburg; Adolf Hitler; Brownshirts [S.A.]; Ernst Röhm; Hermann Goering; Heinrich Himmler; Paul von Hindenburg; concentration camp prisoners
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In the aftermath of World War I, Socialists try to form a democratic government in Germany, but forces of the right try to seize power with force. The Nazis fail to win power either by force or election, but get into office through backroom maneuvers. They quickly establish a dictatorship and set about crushing opposition.
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Communist; concentration camp; Germany; Nazi

Anti-Fascist Resistance in Germany Pre-1933 (Table of Contents: 13)

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Anti-fascist resistance was strong throughout the 1920s, with various paramilitary groups on the left engaging in street battles and attacks on Nazis.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Nazis; Brownshirts; Adolf Hitler; Socialists; Communists; police; Red Front fighters; Anti-Fascist Action activists; Reichsbanner fighters; Jews; Ernst Röhm; S.S.; concentration camp prisoners; Herschel Grynszpan; German soldiers; Soviet soldiers
Synopsis
The Red Front, Reichsbanner, and other forces fight against the rising fascists and Nazis, but are mostly crushed once the Nazis seize power. Freed from their hindrance, the Nazis attack the Jews.
Keywords
Anti-semitism; concentration camp; Kristallnacht; Nazi; Night of Broken Glass; Night of the Long Knives

Nazi Concentration Camps (Table of Contents: 14)

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During the war, over 1,200 concentration camps were in operation across Nazi-occupied Europe.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Concentration camp guards; concentration camp prisoners
Synopsis
Nazis use concentration camps to murder and enslave their enemies.
Keywords
Concentration camp; Holocaust; Nazi

Anti-Semitism in Europe (Table of Contents: 15)

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Anti-semitism was a basis of Nazi ideology, and remains so in fascist movements of today... all based on conspiracy theories.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Crusaders; priests; Jews
Synopsis
Anti-Semitism goes back well over a thousand years, and is deeply engrained in European culture and institutions. Jews are seen as an organized underground group subverting society.
Keywords
Anti-Semitism; crusades; Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion

Anti-Fascist Resistance Inside Nazi Germany (Table of Contents: 16)

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Once the Nazis gained power in 1933, anti-fascist resistance in Germany had collapsed...
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Edelweiss Pirates; White Rose activists; Gestapo; Hitler Youth; Adolf Hitler
Synopsis
Low-level resistance continues in Nazi Germany, often leading to the death of the resisters.
Keywords
Gestapo; Hitler Youth; Nazi; White Rose

The Partisans: Anti-Fascist Guerilla Warfare in Nazi-Occupied Europe (Table of Contents: 17)

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Throughout Nazi-occupied Europe there existed underground resistance movements.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Secret Polish Army fighters; Polish Home Army fighters [Armia Krajowa]; Peasant Battalions fighters; German soldiers; Jewish resistance fighters; National Liberation Army partisans (Yugoslavia); Chetniks; Ustaše; Mufti Muhammed Amin El-Husseini; Soviet partisans; Soviet soldiers; Adolf Hitler
Synopsis
All across Europe, underground resistance groups fight the fascists.
Keywords
Guerillas; Poland; World War II; Yugoslavia

The Spanish Civil War: Anarchist Revolution and Anti-Fascist Resistance 1936-39 (Table of Contents: 18)

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The Spanish Civil War occurred from 1936-39 between leftist republican forces and right-wing Nationalists who sought to overthrow the republic in a military coup.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Spanish republican fighters; Spanish fascists [Falangists]; Italian soldiers; Soviet commissar; soldiers from the International Brigades; Catalonian fighters; Mujeres Libres women; Women's Battalion fighters; Buenaventura Durruti; Francisco Franco
Synopsis
An often-divided multitude of loyalists fights for the Republic in Spain, but the fascist Franco wins out with help from other fascist countries.
Keywords
fascism; Fascist; Spanish Civil War

British Blackshirts and the Battle of Cable Street (Table of Contents: 19)

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Inspired by Italian and German fascist victories, the British Union of Fascists (B.U.F.) was established in 1932 by Oswald Mosley, a former Labour Member of Patliament (M.P.).
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Oswald Mosley; members of the British Union of Fascists; anti-fascist demonstrators; police; the 43 Group
Synopsis
British fascists are violently opposed by huge crowds. Mosley and others are interned during World War II.
Keywords
British Union of Fascists; London

Anarchy in the U.K.: The National Front, Asian Youth Movements, and the Anti-Nazi League (Table of Contents: 20)

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In the late 1960s, a resurgence of fascist groups in Britain saw the establishment of the National Front (N.F.), which would become the largest fascist party in post-WWII Britain.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Enoch Powel; police; Kevin Gately; skinheads; Gurdip Singh Chaggar; Southall Youth Movement members; Asian Youth Movements members; National Front members; anti-fascist demonstrators; Anti-Nazi League members; Red Action members; Blair Peach; Margaret Thatcher; Ray Hill; United Black Youth League members; the Bradford 12
Synopsis
Opposition and infiltration help defeat the National Front. But a growing White Power music scene is only one proof that racism and fascism remain major problems in Britain.
Keywords
London; racism; White Power music

Beating the Fascists with Britain's Anti-Fascist Action (Table of Contents: 21)

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Britain's Anti-Fascist Action (A.F.A.) was formed in 1985 and carried out its first action on November 10, 1985, when 100 members occupied a rally point used for the National Front's annual Rememberance Day march.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Anti-Fascist Action members; Red Action members; skinheads; National Front marchers; Blood & Honour members; British National Party members; Combat 18 (C18) members; Charlie Sargent; Derek Beackon; police; English Defence League members; U.K. Independence Party members; National Action members; Jo Cox; Thomas Mair; Anti-Fascist Network members
Keywords
London

After the Nazis: Antifa in the "New Germany" (Table of Contents: 22)

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After WWII, the Nazi party and all its symbols were made illegal by the West German government, now occupied by the Allies (East Germany was occupied by the Soviets).
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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National Democratic Party (N.P.D.) members (neo-Nazis); Antifa demonstrators; police; Gundolf Köhler; Wehrsportgruppe Hoffman members; Antifaschistische Aktion members; Günter Sare; Republikaner Party members; Christian Worch; Conny Wessmann; neo-Nazi skinheads; foreign workers; refugees; Antifaschistische Aktion/Bundesweite [A.A./B.O.] members; Antifa Gençlik members; Autonome Antifa (M) members; Autonomous Nationalists; Blood & Honour Germany followers; Hammerskin Nation followers; No Pasaran members; Nazi Free Dresden members; National Socialist Underground terrorists; Syrian refugees; members of the Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West [PEGIDA]; Alternative for Germany [A.F.D.] members
Synopsis
Despite the Nazi party being banned, neo-Nazi groups have arisen ever since 1945. Various Antifa groups have fought them.
Keywords
Germany; Islamophobia; terrorism; xenophobia

Resistencia Continua: Italy's Ongoing Anti-Fascist Struggle (Table of Contents: 23)

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From the late '60s to early '80s, Italy saw widespread social conflict and labour unrest.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Autonomia followers; Ordine Nuovo terrorists; military intelligence agents; Propaganda Due [P2] members; Revolutionary Armed Nuclei terrorists; Italian Social Movement [M.I.S.] [M.S.I.] members; Antifa protestors; Red Brigades assassins; National Alliance members; People of Freedom [P.D.L.] members; Silvio Berlusconi; Casapound members; Gianlucca Casseri; League members; Forza Nuova member; Antifa Fight Clubs members; David (Dax) Cesare
Synopsis
Neo-fascist movements, some of he quite violent, continue to emerge in Italy. But Italians have a rich and extensive history of anti-fascist resistance from which to draw inspiration and knowledge.
Keywords
Assassination; Italy; mass murder; terrorism

Antifascism in Greece (Table of Contents: 24)

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During WWII, Greece was occupied by Nazi Germany and its allies.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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German soldiers; leftist Greek guerillas; right-wing Greek Nationalist guerillas; Greek military junta; Athenian student protestors; Golden Dawn terrorists; Nikolaus Michaloliakos; Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei members; immigrants; Anti-Fascist Front members; Shehzas Luqman; Pavlos Fyssas; Fighting People's Revolutionary Force killers; Combat 18 members
Synopsis
Golden Dawn, a leading fascist group in Greece, has been responsible for many murders, and has been met with force.
Keywords
Assassination; Greece; terrorism; xenophobia

Antifa Russia (Table of Contents: 25)

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While Russia lost millions of lives fighting the Nazis, there is today a massive fascist movement in the country and extremely high levels of xenophobia among the population.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Neo-Nazi skinheads; Russian National Unity paramilitary members; Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice members; Red and Anarchist Skinheads members; National Socialist Society killers; B.O.R.N. [Combat Organization of Russian Nationalists] killers; Stanislav Markelov; Anastasia Baburova; Ivan Khutorskoy; Fedor Filatov; police; immigrants; White Rex members; Denis Nikitin
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Russian fascists operate violently, apparently with the support of police and government. They also work to export their ideas and disrupt European unity.
Keywords
Immigrants; Russia; xenophobia

Action Antifasciste in France (Table of Contents: 26)

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Prior to World War II, France had a large fascist movement, but after the war and the Nazi occupation, fascism was far less popular.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Jean-Marie le Pen; National Front [F.N.] members; fascist skinheads; Black Dragons fighters; Vikings fighters; Black Panthers fighters; Section Completely Anti-le Pen [SCALP] fighters; Race Warriors fighters; Clément Méric; Action Antifasciste members; Marine le Pen
Synopsis
Despite France's enduring fascist movements, Antifa is also strong in that country.
Keywords
France; skinheads

Ukraine's NATO Coup... with Fascists and Neo-Nazis Leading the Way (Table of Contents: 27)

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During World War II, the fascist Ukrainian Insurgent Army (U.P.A.) collaborated with the Nazis and carried out massacres of tens of thousands of Jews, Poles, and Roma.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Ukrainian Insurgent Army [U.P.A.] collaborators; Stepan Bandera; Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists [O.U.N.] members; Jews; Poles; Roma; Svoboda Party members; Social-National Party of Ukraine members; Russian soldiers; Azov Battalion soldiers; Ukrainian anti-fascists
Synopsis
Many Ukrainians joined with the Nazis during World War II, and gladly contributed to the Holocaust. Fascism continues strong enough today to control the government and terrorize the people.
Keywords
Holocaust; Ukraine

The Nazi-Islamic Alliance & Antifa in Syria (Table of Contents: 28)

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While today fascist movements are seeing a resurgence that is based in large part on anti-Muslim sentiment, during WWII the Nazis had close relations with some Islamic groups.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Adolf Hitler; Grand Mufti Amin Al-Husseini; Kurds; People's Protection Units [Y.P.G.] fighters; International Freedom Battalion fighters
Synopsis
While modern fascism is often anti-Muslim, there is a strain of violent Muslim fascism left over from World War II. International volunteers have been fighting this fascism.
Keywords
Anti-Semitism; Holocaust; Islamic State; Islamophobia; Nazi; Palestine; Syria; World War II

Sweden's Antifascistisk Aktion (Table of Contents: 29)

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Antifascistisk Aktion (A.F.A.) was formed in Sweden in 1993, and was modeled after the British A.F.A. and antifa groups in Germany.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Antifascistisk Aktion [A.F.A.] members; "Laser Man"; White Aryan Resistance [V.A.M.] terrorists; neo-Nazis; Björn Söderberg; Nordic Resistance Movement terrorists; Party of the Swedes members; Revolutionary Front terrorists; football hooligans; members of Sweden Democrats; immigrants to Sweden
Synopsis
Violent fascism in Sweden has been met with violent anti-fascism.
Keywords
Sweden; xenophobia

The Ku Klux Klan (Table of Contents: 30)

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The oldest far-right 'terrorist' group in North America is the Ku Klux Klan (K.K.K.), formed in Tennessee in 1865 by former Confederate soldiers.
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non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Ku Klux Klan [K.K.K.] members; lynching victims; bombing victims; Lumbee men; Deacons for Defense; neo-Nazis; police
Synopsis
The Ku Klux Klan has operated for over 150 years, but in the second half of the 20th century a grass-roots violent opposition arose. Still, the Klan often escapes punishment for its crimes through alliances with police.
Keywords
K.K.K.; Ku Klux Klan; lynching

Fascists and Neo-Nazis in the U.S.A. (Table of Contents: 31)

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Formed in 1936, the German American Bund was part of a global Nazi effort to have Germans living abroad form groups to promote Nazi Germany & National Socialism.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Fritz Kuhn; German American Bund members; George Lincoln Rockwell; American Nazi Party members; Richard Butler; Aryan Nations followers; neo-Nazis; Ku Klux Klan members; fascist skinheads; members of The Order; Alan Berg; Bob Mathews; White Aryan Resistance members; Southern Poverty Law Center officials; Tom Metzger; Mulugeta Seraw; Hammerskins; Wade Michael Page; Volksfront members; Church of the Creator members; National Alliance members; William Pierce; Timothy McVeigh; National Socialist Movement members; Aryan Brotherhood members; Aryan Circle members; Nazi Low Riders
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Neo-Nazis in the U.S. use a number of tactics, including assassination, bank robbery, publications, "white power" music, and seeking protection by organizing as religious congregations. A parallel movement among prison inmates is connected more to organized crime than to the broader movement. Lawsuits and law courts have taken effective action against the Nazis.
Keywords
American Nazi Party; assassination; German American Bund; prison gangs; RAHOWA; Resistance Records; The Turner Diaries; white power music

Anti-Racist Action: The Emergence of Militant Anti-Fascism in the U.S.A. (Table of Contents: 32)

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The John Brown Anti-Klan Committee (J.B.A.K.C.) was formed in 1978 by anti-imperialist communists.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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John Brown Anti-Klan Committee [J.B.A.K.C.] members; Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice [SHARP] members; members of Red & Anarchist Skinheads [RASH]; Anti-Racist Action [A.R.A.] members; neo-Nazis; Paul Carrallo; John Bair; Eric Banks; Lin Newborn; Daniel Shersty; National Socialist Movement members
Keywords
Assassination; neo-Nazis

The Ku Klux Klan of Kanada (Table of Contents: 33)

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In the 1920s, the K.K.K. expanded into Canada & chapters were established across the country.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Ku Klux Klan members; Conservative Party members; James Alexander McQuirter; Wolfgang Droege; Canadian Knights of the K.K.K.; A.T.F. [Alcohol, Tobacco, ad Firearms] agents
Synopsis
Although the Klan in Canada pretty much died out due to corruption, it was revived in the 1980s. It fell apart again after leaders were arrested attempting a coup against Dominica.
Keywords
Alberta; British Columbia; Canada; Ku Klux Klan

Fascist Movements in Canada: A Brief History from the 1930s to 1990 (Table of Contents: 34)

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In September 1933, the Nationalist Party of Canada (N.P.C.) was formed in Winnipeg by William Whittaker, a WWI veteran and former K.K.K. organizer.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
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Nationalist Party of Canada (N.P.C.) members; William Whittaker; National Union Party of Canada [N.P.C.] members; Swastika Club members; police; Parti National Social Chrétien [P.N.S.C..] members; Blueshirts; Adrien Arcand; R.B. Bennett; Conservative Party members; William John Beattie; Canadian Nazi Party members; anti-fascist fighters; Don Andrews; Western Guard members; Ernst Zündel; neo-Nazi skinheads; Tom Metzger; Aryan Nations members; Carney Nerland; Leo LaChance; Soldiers of Odin members; La Meute members
Synopsis
There is a long history of organized fascism in Canada, and with it a long history of opposition. Fascist groups have often collapsed due to the failings of their leaders.
Keywords
Canada; Holocaust denial; neo-Nazi; Winnipeg

A.R.A. Toronto (Table of Contents: 35)

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By 1995, the fascist resurgence in Canada had declined significantly, due to a combination of fatigue on the part of fascists as well as anti-fascist resistance.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
Characters
Final Solution gang members; Anti-Fascist League members; members of SHARP [Skinheads Against Racial Prejudice]; United Against Racism members; members of Anti-Racist Action [A.R.A.]; neo-Nazi skinheads; Canadian fascists; Wolfgang Droege; members of Heritage Front [H.F.]; Church of the Creator members; George Burdi; members of RAHOWA (band); police; Ernst Zündel; Gary Schipper; Grant Bristow; Aryan Guard members; Blood & Honour members
Synopsis
Canadian fascism has been met violently. It has also suffered from infiltration, and from crimes on the arts of its leaders.
Keywords
Canada; RAHOWA; Toronto

The Rise & Fall of the "Alt-Right" (Table of Contents: 36)

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The presidential election campaign of Donald Trump in 2016 saw the emergence of an energized & emboldened racist right wing across the country.
Genre
non-fiction; advocacy; history
Characters
Donald Trump; Richard Spencer; Steve Bannon; Andrew Anglin; Matthew Heimbach; Matthew Parrott; Traditionalist Worker Party members; militia members; Three Percenters; Oath Keepers; Proud Boys; Gavin McInnes; Antifa fighters; Milo Yiannopoulos; Berkeley students; Alt-Knights; Kyle Chapman [Based Stickman]; Dr. Cornell West; Heather Heyer; James Alex Fields; members of Atomwaffen Division
Synopsis
Fascist and racist violence has increased with the ascendency of Donald Trump, but some groups and leaders have collapsed. A worsening economy will probably increase the level of violence. "Anti-fascists will have to remain vigilant & continue to use a diversity of tactics in confronting fascist movements while building a broad-based anti-fascist resistance movement."
Keywords
Alt-Right; Charlottesville; election; president; racism

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  5. 4. ["The Antifa Comic Book"]
  6. 5. Contents
  7. 6. Foreword
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  10. 9. What is Fascism?
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  11. 10. What is Antifa?
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  12. 11. The Fasci of Rome and Italy: the First Fascist and Anti-Fascist Movements
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  13. 12. Nazi Germany
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  14. 13. Anti-Fascist Resistance in Germany Pre-1933
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  15. 14. Nazi Concentration Camps
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  16. 15. Anti-Semitism in Europe
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  17. 16. Anti-Fascist Resistance Inside Nazi Germany
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  18. 17. The Partisans: Anti-Fascist Guerilla Warfare in Nazi-Occupied Europe
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  19. 18. The Spanish Civil War: Anarchist Revolution and Anti-Fascist Resistance 1936-39
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  20. 19. British Blackshirts and the Battle of Cable Street
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  21. 20. Anarchy in the U.K.: The National Front, Asian Youth Movements, and the Anti-Nazi League
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  22. 21. Beating the Fascists with Britain's Anti-Fascist Action
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  23. 22. After the Nazis: Antifa in the "New Germany"
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  24. 23. Resistencia Continua: Italy's Ongoing Anti-Fascist Struggle
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  25. 24. Antifascism in Greece
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  26. 25. Antifa Russia
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  27. 26. Action Antifasciste in France
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  28. 27. Ukraine's NATO Coup... with Fascists and Neo-Nazis Leading the Way
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  29. 28. The Nazi-Islamic Alliance & Antifa in Syria
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  30. 29. Sweden's Antifascistisk Aktion
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  31. 30. The Ku Klux Klan
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  32. 31. Fascists and Neo-Nazis in the U.S.A.
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  33. 32. Anti-Racist Action: The Emergence of Militant Anti-Fascism in the U.S.A.
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  34. 33. The Ku Klux Klan of Kanada
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  35. 34. Fascist Movements in Canada: A Brief History from the 1930s to 1990
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  36. 35. A.R.A. Toronto
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  37. 36. The Rise & Fall of the "Alt-Right"
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  40. 39. ["The shocking images of neo-Nazis marching in Charlottesville, Virginia in the summer of 2017 linger, but so do those of the passionate anti-fascist protestors who risked their lives to do the right thing."]
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