antifascist

Related to antifascist: fascism

antifascist

(ˌæntɪˈfæʃɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to fascism: an antifascist demonstration.
Translations
antifašistički

antifascist

[ˈæntɪˈfæʃɪst] adj & nantifascista (m/f)
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In the long term, the most lasting legacy of the Congress was just as tragic as the defeat of 1939, at least for those antifascist writers who believed in a democratic Spain.
A founder and, until his death, an editor of the publishing house of Einaudi, Pavese also edited the antifascist review La Cultura .
AN INVESTIGATION is underway after antifascist campaigners and British National Party supporters clashed in Liverpool.
Funds raised by ABEX will also be used to fund the party's vile racist campaigns, claims antifascist group Searchlight.
This finding is all the more compelling given that the occupying powers, best illustrated in his discussion of the postwar Kulturkammer and especially the broad-based Popular Front-style umbrella organization, the Kulturbund, were relatively lenient at the time in allowing Germans to reinvent their own antifascist traditions and modern cultures.
The Nazis had promulgated this law precisely to get rid of young folks with antifascist inclinations, and their successor party now employed it against this particular youth because he had used state-owned weapons against it.
Italian novelist, short-story writer, and political leader who during World War II was internationally known for his powerful antifascist novels.
And while men on Wall Street spoke of "coming to terms" with Hitler, she could have no time for Trotskyist zealots and others on the left preoccupied with drafting manifestos and forming committees that would only drive a wedge into the antifascist opposition.
Alec McFadden, a prominent member of the TUC and antifascist campaigner, said he feared a second attack after being nearly blinded in 2006 by a knife-wielding thug at his Wirral home.
So Mr Adams declared the mural has "an antifascist message".
The new French and British antifascist governments responded by embracing a new image of African wage laborers as small-scale versions of the European working class that were so central to the emerging welfare states in postwar Europe.
The East German regime had a different ideological goal of focusing on antifascist heroes, as Wienand carefully documents.