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1 State television has broadcast a series of alarmist documentaries portraying Europe as a region governed by fascists and blighted by mass unemployment.
2 A humanistic story about Czech soldiers in exile who fought on the side of the Allies against Nazis and Fascists in the infamous battle of Tobruk in North Africa during WWII.
3 No, I don't, because we were just saying to the older generation, "we don't accept your values or your taboos, and you're all fascists."
4 A: No, I don't, because we were just saying to the older generation, "we don't accept your values or your taboos, and you're all fascists."
5 Chinese battlefield was the main battlefield against Japanese fascists have been fought and pinned down most of the army and a large number of the Japanese air force and navy.
6 The above facts sufficient to show: Chinese anti-fascist war is the main battlefield of the East, the Chinese people is to defeat the main force in the Japanese fascists.
7 Fascists is the most ruthless enemy of the people.
8 they also engage in the struggle against fascists and racists, taking anti-fascist action and mobilizing to prevent hate rallies from happening.
9 The second was a Communist uprising in November 1935, and the last one a putsch attempt by local fascists in May 1938.
10 The emblem of the Italian fascists was a black flag with fasces, an axe in a bundle of sticks, an ancient Roman symbol of authority.
11 Black shirts were also worn by the British Union of Fascists before World War II, and members of fascist movements in the Netherlands.
12 It faced much opposition from anti-fascists, religious organisations, the mainstream media, and most politicians, and BNP members were banned from various professions.
13 In the early 1990s, the paramilitary group Combat 18 (C18) was formed to protect BNP events from anti-fascists.
14 he added that the term should be reserved for groups that engaged in "political violence" and desired a state that "should impose its will on people", claiming that it was the anti-fascist group Unite Against Fascism—and not the BNP—who were the real fascists.
15 Both Tyndall and Griffin believed that there was a biologically distinct white-skinned "British race" which was one branch of a wider Nordic race, a view akin to those of earlier fascists such as Hitler and Arnold Leese.
16 It also tried raising money by selling extreme-right literature, and opened a bookshop in Welling in 1989, although this was closed in 1996 after being attacked by anti-fascists and proving too costly to run.
17 The Labour prime minister, Tony Blair, called it a "nasty, extreme organisation", while the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg termed it a "party of thugs and fascists".
18 The BNP initially faced a 'no platform for fascists' policy from the broadcast media, although this eroded as Griffin was invited on to a number of television programmes amid the party's growing electoral success.
19 The Unite Against Fascism group also sought to maximise anti-BNP turnout at elections, calling on the electorate to vote for "anyone but fascists".
20 They were already established in the art-house world and intentionally chose to work within paracinema as a reaction against the New Spanish Cinema, an artistic revival supported by the fascists.
21 They said, 'Why did Shostakovich write an optimistic symphony at the beginning of the war and a tragic one now? At the beginning, we were retreating and now we're attacking, destroying the Fascists.
22 And Shostakovich is acting tragic, that means he's on the side of the fascists.'" The work was unofficially but effectively banned until 1956.
23 The quotation uses Katerina's hope amid misery as a means to demonstrate the hope of those oppressed by fascists.
24 He was a supporter of the left-wing No More War Movement and boasted about participating in demonstrations against the British Union of Fascists.
25 According to Gerald Casale, the album's sound was inspired by reviewers alternately describing them as both "fascists" and "clowns".
26 The call sought to enlist support in Albania for the war against the fascists.
27 After judging the Communists as an immediate threat, the Balli Kombëtar sided with Nazi Germany, fatally damaging its image among those fighting the Fascists.
28 Stalin advised Hoxha that Yugoslavia was attempting to annex Albania: "We did not know that the Yugoslavs, under the pretext of 'defending' your country against an attack from the Greek fascists, wanted to bring units of their army into the PRA [People's Republic of Albania]. They tried to do this in a very secretive manner.
29 Fascists saw World War I as a revolution that brought massive changes to the nature of war, society, the state, and technology.
30 Fascists believe that liberal democracy is obsolete and regard the complete mobilization of society under a totalitarian one-party state as necessary to prepare a nation for armed conflict and to respond effectively to economic difficulties.