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Pro-Soviet Groups in the Cold War European Radical Right

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Understanding the pan-European nationalism of the postwar period requires that one go back to 1942, when the Third Reich began to make use of the theme of a “new Europe” as embodied in the foreign volunteers of the Waffen-SS fighting on the Eastern front.¹ This idea of pan-European unity under the Nazi umbrella became a key propaganda theme that combined a military strategy for the “Black Order” (getting more and more troops) and a political tactic for the Nazi regime (convincing the populations living under the rule of the Reich and its allies that Nazi rule was not inspired by...
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hal-03124995 , version 1 (29-01-2021)

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Nicolas Lebourg, Jean-Yves Camus, José Luis Rodriguez Jiménez. Pro-Soviet Groups in the Cold War European Radical Right. Marlene Laruelle. Entangled Far Rights, University of Pittsburgh Press, pp.131-153, 2018, ⟨10.2307/j.ctv75d8tp.10⟩. ⟨hal-03124995⟩
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