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Fascism in Italy in the View of Russian Emigrants (1919-1930s)

Student: Polina Yaborova

Supervisor: Martin Beisswenger

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: History of the Modern World (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Keywords: Russian emigration, fascism, periodical press, March on Rome This work is devoted to identifying the image of fascism and fascist Italy in the periodical press of the Russian emigration of 1919-1929. The article analyzes periodicals of various political orientations from the two main cultural centers of the first wave of Russian emigration - Berlin and Paris. The study revealed the relationship between the political orientation of periodicals and the attitude to fascism, which is presented in the form of graphs. The study identifies the most discussed event of fascist Italy in 1919-1929 in Russian foreign periodicals and analyzes this event.

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