Readership: General readers and students interested in history and politics, in particular in Europe in the last two centuries.
Kevin Passmore, Lecturer in History at the University of Wales, Cardiff
"'Kevin Passmore's excellent introduction to the subject succeeds on many levels [...] There are few books by a single author that deal with fascism as a generic phenomenon across the whole of Europe, especially one as concise as this, and as refreshingly free of jargon and the inevitable, interminable, typologies'" - Tim Kirk, Times Literary Supplement
1: Scenes from the history of fascism
2: 'A and not A': What is fascism?:
3: Fascism before fascism?
4: Italy: 'Making history with the fist'
5: Germany: the racial state
6: Phoenix from the ashes?
7: Fascism, nation, and race
8: Fascism and gender
9: Fascism and class
10: Fascism and us