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Arab Responses to Fascism and Nazism: Attraction and Repulsion

@inproceedings{Gershoni2014ArabRT,
  title={Arab Responses to Fascism and Nazism: Attraction and Repulsion},
  author={Israel Gershoni},
  year={2014}
}
Israel Gershoni’s Arab Responses to Fascism and Nazism explores the role of fascist ideologies in the transformation of the Middle East during World War II and the post-war period of decolonization. “A basic assumption . . .was that Arab contacts and experiences with Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany definitively influenced individuals and groups in the Arab Middle East from 1933 to 1945.” The conventional narrative explaining this phenomenon cites Arab distaste for French and British colonialism… 
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