The Re-emergence of Fascism in Europe and Its Links to Postwar U.S. Policy
Program #AGEP003. Recorded in Portland, OR on March 10, 1994.Fascist movements are increasingly active throughout Europe and the former Soviet Union. Areas of the Balkans are "ethnically cleansed." Asians are attacked in Britain. Arabs are assaulted in France. Turks are murdered in Germany. While the targets of racism and hate have mostly changed, the rhetoric of vituperation is basically the same. What is startling and not well known is that U.S. policies in postwar Europe assured the survival of Nazism in Germany and fascism in general throughout the continent. The United States found it expedient, because of Cold War politics, to recruit, employ and protect war criminals.
Your cart is currently empty
Reheating the Cold War
Winston Churchill once observed, the further back you go, the farther forward you can see. We know little of Russia and its history beyond bears, Siberian winters, the Kremlin and...
Marxism and the Crisis in Eastern Europe
Where Have All the Jokes in Eastern Europe Gone?