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  1. FASCISM

    Date other
    13 Apr 1929
    Series name
    Gaumont Graphic
    NoS ID
    385331
    Extras
    1 film clip

    NfO synopsis: Rome - election and demonstration of Fascism.

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  2. Mussolini: The History of Italian Fascism (2013)

    Director
    Folco Quilici
    Subject
    History
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 480 minutes), £19.99

    Documentary looking into the Italian politician and leader of the National Fascist Party Benito Mussolini and the rise of Fascism in Italy. The DVD features little-seen footage from the Italian...

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  3. Shakespeare’s the Merchant of Venice: Anti-Semitism As Racism (2020)

    Series
    Critic.reading.writing

    Video lecture by Professor Ato Quayson (Stanford University) who interprets the anti-Semitism in The Merchant of Venice via the framework provided by Frantz Fanon in his essay, ‘The Fact of Blackness’.

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  4. Anti-Nazi League formed (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Labour MP Neil Kinnock on the formation of the Anti-Nazi League to oppose the National Front.

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  5. Report of peace blockade - Greenham Common (1982)

    Phil Coope in Greenham Common reports. The blockade follows yesterday’s peace festival that brought hundreds of anti-nuclear demonstrators from all over Britain and others parts of Europe in a protest of...

    ILR South ILR South Radio Radio Online Online Audio Audio
  6. The Price of dissent (1984)

    The story of the ordinary Russian citizens who have testified about serial human rights abuses in the contemporary Soviet Union. Many suspects of the KGB were sent to do heavy labour in Siberia due to their...

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  7. Film and the Historian

    Date
    23 Apr 2013, 16:46
    Author
    Gabriel
    Post Type
    Page

    Exploring the Work of the InterUniversity History Film Consortium (IUHFC) The InterUniversity History Film Consortium (IUHFC) pioneered the study and use of film in history. Founded in 1968 by John...

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  8. (Untitled record)

    Date released
    18 Dec 1969
    Series name
    Pathe News
    Issue no
    69/102
    NoS ID
    113930
    Story no
    1 / 7
    Extras
    1 film clip

    A German invention knocks the flu on the head. It’s an anti-bacteriological, anti-nuclear and anti-chemical suit. It’s also anti-social.

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  9. Gianfranco Fini visit (1995)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Brian Ging reports from Heathrow on the visit of far-right Italian politician Gianfranco Fini, to Britain; interview with Claire Dissington, Anti-Nazi League on their plans for protests; Signor Fini refuses...

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  10. Neo-nazis and anti-fascists clash at Waterloo (1992)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Special; Vox pop

    There has been fighting between neo-Nazis and anti-fascist campaigners at Waterloo Station. The neo-Nazis were arriving for a concert in south-east London. Philip Cottrell reports. Superintendent Mike Joyce...

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