Fascism in Spain, 1923-1977 / Stanley G. Payne.

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  • Madison, WI ; London : University of Wisconsin Press 1999
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xii, 601 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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  • 0299165604
  • 9780299165604
  • 0299165647
  • 9780299165642
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 483-564) and index.
Contents
  • 1. The Problem of Spanish Nationalism -- 2. Origins of Authoritarian Nationalism in Spain -- 3. The Fascism of the Intellectuals -- 4. Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera and the Founding of the Falange, 1933-1934 -- 5. Jefe Nacional, 1934-1936 -- 6. From Clandestinity to Civil War -- 7. The Death of Jose Antonio -- 8. Francisco Franco and the Formation of the Falange Espanola Tradicionalista -- 9. The FET during the Civil War, 1937-1939 -- 10. The FET during the Climax of European Fascism, 1939-1941 -- 11. The First Phase of a Long Defascistization, 1941-1945 -- 12. Partial Eclipse and Frustrated Resurgence, 1945-1958 -- 13. The Last Phase of the Movimiento, 1959-1977.
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  • "Fascism in Spain, 1923-1977, by celebrated historian Stanley G. Payne, is the most comprehensive history of Spanish fascism to appear in any language. This authoritative study offers treatment of all the major doctrines, personalities, and defining features of the Spanish fascist movement, from its beginnings until the death of General Francisco Franco in 1977. Payne describes and analyzes the development of the Falangist party both prior to and during the Spanish Civil War, presenting a detailed analysis of its transformation into the state party of the Franco regime - Falange Española Tradicionalista - as well as its ultimate conversion into the pseudofascist Movimiento Nacional. Payne devotes particular attention to the crucial years 1939-1942, when the Falangists endeavored to expand their influence and convert the Franco regime into a fully Fascist system. Fascism in Spain helps us to understand the personality of Franco, the way in which he handled conflict within the regime, and the reasons for the long survival of his rule. Payne concludes with the first full inquiry into the process of "defascistization," which began with the fall of Mussolini in 1943 and extended through the Franco regime's later efforts to transform the party into a more viable political entity" -- from book cover.

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Fascism in Spain, 1923-1977 / Stanley G. Payne.

Published
  • Madison : University of Wisconsin Press 1999
Physical description
xii, 601 p. : ill.
ISBN
  • 0299165604
  • 0299165647
  • 9780299165642
  • 9780299165635
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Original electronic resource Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary,
  • Reproduction available: Electronic resource. [S.l.] : Proquest, 2016
Contents
  • pt. 1. Nationalism in Spain : liberal, authoritarian, fascist -- pt. 2. José Antonio Primo de Rivera and Falange Española, 1933-1936 -- pt. 3. The Falange Española Tradicionalista in the fascist era, 1936-1945 -- pt. 4. The Movimiento Nacional during the postfascist era, 1945-1977.
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  • Fascism in Spain, 1923-1977, by celebrated historian Stanley G. Payne, is the most comprehensive history of Spanish fascism to appear in any language. This authoritative study offers treatment of all the major doctrines, personalities, and defining features of the Spanish fascist movement, from its beginnings until the death of General Francisco Franco in 1977. Payne describes and analyzes the development of the Falangist party both prior to and during the Spanish Civil War, presenting a detailed analysis of its transformation into the state party of the Franco regime-Falange Española Tradicionalista-as well as its ultimate conversion into the pseudofascist Movimiento Nacional. Payne devotes particular attention to the crucial years 1939-1942, when the Falangists endeavored to expand their influence and convert the Franco regime into a fully Fascist system. Fascism in Spain helps us to understand the personality of Franco, the way in which he handled conflict within the regime, and the reasons for the long survival of his rule. Payne concludes with the first full inquiry into the process of "defascistization," which began with the fall of Mussolini in 1943 and extended through the Franco regime's later efforts to transform the party into a more viable political entity.

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