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Ideas of the Modern World: Fascism

AuthorRichard Tames

NarratorHolly Atkins

Duration2h 12m

CategoriesChildren and Young Adult Non-Fiction and Educational Titles, Sociology

Key StageKS3

PublisherInhouse

VersionUnabridged

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This audiobook identifies the nature of fascism, studies the two main formerly fascist states (Germany and Italy), and examines the way fascism arose and influenced events between the wars in counries around the world.

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