Fascism and Nazism in the Netherlands 1929-39

  title={Fascism and Nazism in the Netherlands 1929-39},
  author={Erik Arne Hansen},
  journal={European History Quarterly},
  pages={355 - 385}
  • E. Hansen
  • Published 1 July 1981
  • History
  • European History Quarterly
Within the past decade scholarly interest in fascism and national socialism has generated a rapidly growing literature of considerable dimension. For the sake of organizational convenience this literature can be clustered into three primary areas of a geographic character: Germany, the Mediterranean area with an emphasis upon Italy and Spain, and the post-Versailles nations which, with the exception of Romania, rose from the rubble of the Habsburg, Hohenzollern and Romanov Empires in eastern… 
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