Neither fascist nor authoritarian? The dynamics of fascistization in 1930s Greece

In this new academic paper, Keele University faculty member Aristotle Kallis argues that the 4th of August regime was a distinctly Greek facet of the more general ‘fascistisation’ of large sections of the interwar European right; an that as such, the Metaxas regime should be studied not along Nazi Germany or Italian fascism, but rather alongside other similar phenomena which occurred in Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary or even Austria.

 

Written by Aristotle Kallis

 

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