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The tag 'Militarism' is associated with 8 posts.

FTR #581 Update on Japanese Fascism

Recorded January 15, 2007 Listen: MP3 This is one, 30-minute broadcast. REALAUDIO NB: This stream contains both FTR #s 580 and 581 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast. Introduction: Highlighting recent trends toward reviving the ultra-nationalism and historical revisionism of Japan’s fascist past, this program sets forth the political agenda being pushed by Shinzo […]


FTR #562 Miscellaneous Articles and Updates

Think that “it can’t happen here?” It HAS happened here.


Germany’s Master Plan – The Story of an Industrial Offensive

How the Nazis took advantage of the budding globalized economy to restrict both their enemies’ strategic production and their access to critical raw materials.


FTR #553 The First Refuge of a Scoundrel, Part II

Links between fascism and wartime Japanese Zen Buddhism.


FTR #509 The Death of Iris Chang

At the time of her death, Iris Chang was researching a book chronicling the experiences of survivors of the Bataan Death March.


FTR #441 Pecunia Nervus Belli, Part II

Economic relationships between the Bush administration, the Bormann – Underground Reich milieu, and the Arab petroleum-producing states.


FTR #427 Guilding the Lily: The Japanese Looting of Asia in World War II

Listen: MP3 One Segment RealAudio NB: This RealAudio stream con­tains both FTRs #426 and #427 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast. Foreshadowing information presented at greater length in FTR#428 and supplementing information presented in FTRs 290, 291, 426, the program sets forth the fascinating tale of “Golden Lily,” the name for the looting […]


FTR #74 The Civilian-Military Rift in American Society

The growing divide between civilian and military sectors of American society, the potential to destroy what remains of constitutional government in the U.S


Anti-Fascist Archives

1984Looking Back from 1984 Int’l fascism as reaction to early 20th century socialist movements; U.S. industrial and financial support for Hitler. Read more »