Fascism's Return: Scandal, Revision, and Ideology since 1980

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Index
Abrams, Elliot, 273, 274
Action Française movement ( France), 26, 130, 131, 133, 136, 143
Adenauer, Konrad, 225
Adenauer era, 107
Adorno, Theodor, 248
The Adventurous Heart (Jünger), 220- 21, 221
"Affaire des foulards" case, 205
"Against Forgetting" appeal, 231
Aleramo, Sibilla, 70
Algerian Jeanson network, 205
Algeria syndrome: cancer metaphor applied to, 211-12; comparison between Occupation and, 206-13; described, 201, 202; mass media on, 206-12. See also France
Alleanza Nazionale (AN; Italy), 3, 13, 20, 63, 75, 78-80
Allen, William Sheridan, 8
Alltagsgeschichte movement ( Germany), 96-99, 101, 103, 106, 113, 115
Almirante, Giorgio, 77, 84 n.28
Altamirano, Viera, 278
Althusser, Louis, 251, 252
Altmann, Klaus, 202
Alvarez, Walter Antonio, 276
Amaya, Oscar "The Hangman," 263- 64
American wartime collaboration, 169- 70
Americas Watch report ( 1982), 275
Amnesty International, 267 amnesty laws, French, 204
Andreotti, Giulio, 76-77
ANESAL (Agencía Nactional de Seguridad Salvadoreña), 267-68
Anglo-American anthropology, 96-97
Annales Économies Sociétés Civilsations, 158, 171 anti-Semitism: cultural nationalism and, 257; debate over fascism and, 136; French/Italian fascism and, 136-37; French publication references to, 165; of French Vichy, 155, 185, 194, 195; green notebooks record of Touvier's, 192; as Hitler's hidden agenda, 147; Jünger and, 242 n.79; past Catholic, 159; Touvier judgment on Vichy, 190-91. See also Holocaust
Apologie pour l'histoire ou Métier d'historien (Bloch), 184
App, Austin, 229
"Appeal to Vigilance" document, 243 n.89
"après-guerre" acts ( France), 173
Armed Forces Honor Commission, 284-85
Aron, Raymond, 141, 203
Aron, Robert, 157, 185
Assmann, Jan, 110, 114
Association of German Jews, 115
asylum laws, German, 51, 240 n.30
Atelier de Propagande (FN), 26-27
Atlacatl Battalion ( El Salavador), 261, 262-64, 274, 283
Auschwitz, 165
Austria: "myth of Austria's founda

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