For a positive trait of this section should include attention to fascist movements in satellite countries who had joined the "brown" regimes – France (RJ Soucy, "The essence of French fascism"), Romania (J. Weber, "The people of the Archangel Michael"), Austria (L. Edlichka, "Austrian Heymver. K history of fascism in Central Europe "), Norway, Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia (Zhukov," European fascism in power "). Because this topic in journalism often sidestep. Most of the material in this part is very informative. But section there is an obvious technical flaw: it would be logical if the general article about fascism preceded by specialized – about some far-right movement, but not vice versa. The second section – "Communism, and Communism" – a lot less.
It includes material A. Kolpakidi "Comintern: What was it?", Which is very emotionally defended this structure, which played a significant role in world politics. Also in this section are two publications of Shubin – "The communist idea from Marx to Stalin" and "Che Guevara. Soldier of fortune communism. " In them the author hardly touches of fascism, but is reviewing a number of transformations in totalitarian communist regimes and trying to design alternatives that path. The third section – "Between Nazism and Communism" – examines the organization, ideology, which included the elements and left and far-right ideology.
It National Revolutionaries and the National Bolsheviks in Germany (A. North, "Red in the Nazi Party"), supporters of Pilsudski in Poland and "neosotsialisty" in France (B. Lifshitz, "The phenomenon of interwar Europe neosotsializma"), as well as various trends in Latin America (VA clicks, "the Bolivian version of socialism in the 30s of the 20th century").