Translation of fascism in Spanish:

fascism

fascismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfæʃˌɪzəm//ˈfaʃɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    fascismo masculine
    • I joined the Communist Party because I saw they really were fighting fascism at home and abroad.
    • The Italian partisans had risen up against Italian and German fascism only 20 years before.
    • I agree with him that Islamic fascism needs to be condemned without reservations, and combated.
    • Earlier generations of Americans defeated fascism and won the long twilight struggle against communism.
    • Organisational independence would be maintained but they would unite to confront and defeat fascism.
    • Third, his treatment of fascism in the late 1930s and early 1940s seems too broad.
    • According to this theory there was no difference between social democracy and fascism.
    • An analogy could be made with how the emergence of European fascism should be taught.
    • The connection between Berlusconi and Italian fascism is not difficult to decipher.
    • In defining fascism, it is useful to recall the movement's genesis.
    • Egyptian mainstream intellectuals roundly condemned fascism in the 1930s.
    • Do you oppose fascism while keeping fascists within your circle of friends?
    • Italian fascism was very distinctive from National Socialism, and neither resembled Japanese totalitarianism.
    • But others did so from a genuine patriotism or a hatred of German fascism.
    • His book is an important read for anyone who wants to understand how to oppose fascism.
    • His only objection to Italian fascism was that it wasn't fanatical enough.
    • Why did the European bourgeoisie resort to fascism in the 1930s?
    • Many came with the hope of turning Spain into a graveyard of European fascism.
    • We were able to argue why fascism exists, what it is, and how we fight it.
    • The party focused on parliament, not mass action, and its leaders had no strategy for resisting fascism.