Talk:Russian Fascist Party
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On 30 August 1946 Pravda gave prominent place to a report on 'The trial of the leaders of the anti-Soviet white-guard organizations and agents of the Japanese intelligence service Semenov, Rodzaevsky, and others', in which the former leader of the All- Russian Fascist Party (VFP), Konstantin Vladimirovich Rodzaevsky, was condemned to death. This was the final and macabre event in the history of a movement which in the 1930s~e ncouraged by the successes of Italian fascism and German national-socialism, had entertained serious hopes of becoming successor to the CPSU. Certainly there were few readers of the Moscow paper who knew anything of that history, and Pravda had no intention of enlightening them. The Russian fascist movement had fallen into complete oblivion, yet in any comprehensive study of fascism reference should be made to those Russian emigres who sought in 'Russian fascism' an alternative to bolshevism; the former they defined as 'a synthesis of the lessons to be drawn from the failure of the White movement, the experience of Italian, German, and Japanese fascism, Russia's glorious past and the present post-revolutionary Russian reality'. Since we are dealing here with an emigre movement that was scattered over the entire world, it is peculiarly difficult to trace its activities. Only a few issues of the newspapers and periodicals put out by the Russian fascists are still in existence, and they are distributed among a number of different libraries.2 Given that the source material is so inadequate, the present essay does not claim to be anything more than an initial review of the Russian emigre fascist movement which reached its highest point in the foundation of the All-Russian Fascist Party.
1 Natsiya, 1932, I, P.I; 1934, 5,,p. 7. 2 I have been able to consult the issues of Fashist (Putnam, Conn.) for 1933-8, copies of Natsiya (Shanghai), and Nash Put (Harbin).
And so on.Biophys 20:47, 14 May 2007 (UTC)
"The group also promised to respect the traditions of Russia's nationalities and instigate corporatism."
wow, who writes this stuff? Fascists are tolerant to the traditions of nationalities? How eclectic and contradictory can wikipedia contributors get? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:7:8500:982:5077:D193:D8BB:3E2A (talk) 03:29, 15 July 2014 (UTC)