prefascist

prefascist

(priːˈfæʃɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) relating to fascist leanings before Fascism was founded in 1919
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On the transition from Pieta imagery in preFascist memorials to the imagery of Victory in Fascist memorials, see Mauro Bertagnin, "Segni, simboli e miti: note su una ricerca.
That certain modern ideologies contain trace elements of fascism doesn't mean that they are in any meaningful way fascist, or even prefascist (as the Wolfian left would have it).
By "popularism," we mean the political and economic ideal elaborated by Sturzo in preFascist Italy and then, later, during his twenty-year exile in France, England, and the United States, through that particular associative experiment that was the People and Freedom group.
The examples of this species that receive the most attention in Gregor's analysis are prefascist Italian nationalism and, particularly, Sun Yat-Sen's "Three Principles of the People" ideology and his Kuomintang (Nationalist Party).
But these new Case took on a broader role than their prefascist counterparts.
Who knew that prefascist Berlin had more than 60 gay bars?
gangs of people of color, nationality, or territory), they can also assume more sinister organized political dimensions such as the prefascist forms of skinhead culture.