Field of Vision hide caption. On the evening of Feb. More than 20, men and women streamed inside and took their seats.
O n July 22,a Norwegian extremist named Anders Behring Breivik shot off an email to more than a thousand people. An hour and a half later, Breivik set off in a Volkswagen van to kill 77 people, first by detonating a fertilizer bomb in Oslo, then by gunning down teenagers at a summer camp on the island of Utoya. Breivik belonged to a group called the Norwegian Defense League, one of the many openly fascist movements that have cropped up all across Europe over the past decade, from Scandinavia to Germany, where, this past weekend, the far right won a stunning 13 percent of the vote in the German elections, enough to propel it into parliament for the first time in more than 60 years.
The group is notable for its violent anti-Jewish rhetoric, its racist views and its policy allowing members of other racist groups to join NSM while remaining members of other groups. We demand that all non-Whites currently residing in America be required to leave the nation forthwith and return to their land of origin: peacefully or by force. And too many brave men and women died to give me the chance to fight now.
As other boys cheered, the year-old was surrounded by a gang of Nazi Youth—one of whom had a knife. Ebel, a pacifist who distrusted the Nazis, refused—and paid the price. The Boy Scout was harassed and then attacked by a group of Nazi Youth.
Over the weekend, white nationalists descended to Charlottesville, Virginia, to participate in "Unite The Right ," an event intended to advocate white culture and condemning pro-immigration tactics, among other issues. Starting with the participants's march on the University of Virginia campus on Friday, August 11, white nationalist and anti-Semitic groups and individuals were met with anti-fascist and anti-racist counter-protesters in violence that resulted a death the following dayand at least 19 people injured. There are many questions surrounding which beliefs the "alt-right" are promoting, and about fascism, a broad term that's been used when discussing a wide range of ideology often associated with far-right political movements.
In its intense nationalismmass appeal, and dictatorial rule, Nazism shared many elements with Italian fascism. However, Nazism was far more extreme both in its ideas and in its practice. In almost every respect it was an anti-intellectual and atheoretical movement, emphasizing the will of the charismatic dictator as the sole source of inspiration of a people and a nation, as well as a vision of annihilation of all enemies of the Aryan Volk as the one and only goal of Nazi policy.
In the nine years between and the Nazi Party transformed from a small, violent, revolutionary party to the largest elected party in the Reichstag. Rosenberg was an ineffective leader and the party became divided over key issues. The failure of the Munich Putsch had shown Hitler that he would not be able to take power by force.
Advertisement Close X. From his cage in the far back of a courtroom in Newport Beach, California, Sam Woodward looked around. He appeared to stand on his tiptoes for a moment, peering through the bars at the gallery where his parents and a couple of family friends sat. He looked over at the judge and at his lawyer.
A banner of George Washington hangs at the back of the stage; there are American flags everywhere and excited kids dressed in what might be scouting uniforms. But people in the audience are giving the stiff-armed Hitler salute, and the speaker is Fritz Kuhn, the head of the German-American Bund, a national organization that supported the Nazi Party. But even more unnerving than the strangeness of the spectacle is the creeping sense of familiarity it evokes.
The rally, attended by 20, supporters and members, was protested by huge crowds of anti-Nazis, who were held back by 1, NYC police officers. As World War II began inthe German American Bund fell apart, many of its assets were seized, and its leader arrested for embezzlement, and later deported to Germany. Nearly 1, uniformed men wearing swastika arm bands and carrying Nazi banners parade past a reviewing stand in New Jersey on July 18, This caption originally stated the park was in Sunland.