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New episode NIOD Rewind podcast

Published on 05 July 2024
In recent years, several far-right parties espousing nationalist, anti-immigrant, and Eurosceptic ideas have garnered significant support. Despite their nationalist ideologies, these contemporary far-right movements have demonstrated a surprising capacity for international cooperation. Anne van Mourik interviews Martin Hamre, a historian of fascism at the Freie Universität Berlin about this topic. What are some earlier examples of fascist internationalism? How did fascist ideas spread through international conferences and cooperation in the 1930s? What insights does Hamre's research provide for understanding the contemporary European far right?

Curious for more? 

Read Martin Hamre's blog post on 'Traitors to the Fatherland? Historical Perspectives on the Patriotic Predicament of Fascism and the Far Right'. And read an (open access) article Martin Hamre co-wrote with Sabrina Proschmann and Frederik Forrai Ørskov, 'Approaches to Transnational and International Fascism: Actors, Networks, and Ideas, 1919–1945, which appeared in Fascism. Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies. 

The NIOD Rewind podcast has been on air since 2019 and was created by Anne van Mourik and Thijs Bouwknegt. Check out the overview of all episodes.

Martin Hamre and Anne van Mourik at the Freie Universität Berlin
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