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The aesthetic manifestations of fascism

Visualizing Fascism. The Twentieth-Century Rise of the Global Right
FASCISM / This does not necessarily manifest itself through mass spectacles and revolutionary fractures, and it is not a primarily European phenomenon. But like a product of political crises in the modern capitalist states.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

"Propaganda is what we do not see", as Vibeke Nielsen on the Danish online media Solidarity states in a review of the book Identity. A journey into Europe's new right, which has also been published in Norwegian. What we see, and do not see, what we are meant to see and what it is supposed to do to us – emotionally, politically – is precisely the focal point of a new book on the aesthetic manifestations of fascism.

Visualizing Fascism. The Twentieth-Century Rise of the Global Right is not about Generation Identity or about other contemporary fascist movements for that matter, not so directly at least. It examines fascism visuale expression from its emergence. . .

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Nina Trige Andersen
Trige Andersen is a freelance journalist and historian.

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