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an anti-fascist organization in a sentence

1. Andorran Group (Agrupament Andorrà), an anti-fascist organization linked to the Occitanie's French Resistance, accused the French representative (veguer) of collaboration with Nazism.

2. He was one of the founders of the Comité de vigilance des intellectuels antifascistes, an anti-fascist organization created after the 6 February 1934 far right riots.

3. After World War II, he moved to Rome and from 1945 to 1946 he served as the editor of L'Italia Libera, the publication of the Partito d'Azione, an anti-fascist organization that grew out of the republican tradition.

4. Castillo was a member of the Union Militar Republicana Antifascista (UMRA), an anti-fascist organization for military members, and also worked in training the militia of the socialist youth.

5. She was part of an ultra-leftist association called “Masses”, where she first met Georges Bataille, an anti-fascist organization called the Union of Intellectuals Against Fascism, and a radical collective of left-wing actors and writers called October.

6. Nochnoy Dozor refers to itself as an anti-fascist organization.

7. After 1936, Preoteasa joined the leadership of the Democratic Students' Front (Frontul Studenţesc Democrat or Frontul Democratic Universitar), an anti-fascist organization created by the PCR in opposition to Iron Guard influence and headed by Gheorghe Rădulescu, Miron Constantinescu, and Constanţa Crăciun.

8. Beginning as an anti-fascist organization in 1935, the League turned to an anti-war position following the signing of the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939 and to a pro-war position after the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941.

9. In 1930, he was appointed to the faculty of the University of Strasbourg and became a member of the Comité de vigilance des intellectuels antifascistes, an anti-fascist organization of intellectuals.

10. In the city, starting from the first days of occupation, an anti-fascist organization was created.

11. Published by the Socialist Victor Gollancz and distributed through the Left Book Club - an anti-fascist organization established in 1936 with a membership at its peak of 57,000, Petegorsky's Left-Wing Democracy in the English Civil War (1940) included chapters on 'The development of radical political thought' and Winstanley as a 'forgotten radical'. Influenced by Tawney and Laski, Petegorsky began by outlining modifications to the 'feudal structure' of English society: emergent capitalism, the rise of the middle classes, and the effects of enclosure on masses of peasants which increased urban migration and vagrancy.

12. He was active in the Mazzini Society, an anti-fascist organization founded in 1939 by Italian intellectuals who had fled fascist Italy.

13. Together with Gusti, he contributed to Bucharest's selection as the host city for the 14th International Sociological Congress, but this was cancelled due to the outbreak of World War II. In 1942, during the Ion Antonescu dictatorship, he founded the Patriotic Union, an anti-fascist organization led by communist and leftist intellectuals.

14. Dragačevac was taken to Belgrade and interrogated by the Gestapo, who inquired as to whether he was part of an anti-fascist organization and whether he was the letter's sole author.