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List of fascist movements by country U–Z

A list of political parties, organizations, and movements adhering to various forms of fascist ideology, part of the list of fascist movements by country.

Fascist movements, sorted by country

Overview A-F G-M N-T U-Z

Name of movement Country of predominant operation Came to power? Founded post-World War II? Active? General affiliation Notes
[SPAS] (Sotsial-Patriotichna Asambleya Slov'yan, СПАС, Соціал-Патріотична Асамблея Слов'ян) Ukraine No Yes Yes Ukrainian Nationalism Ukrainian
Blood and Honour United Kingdom No Yes (1987) Yes Neo-Nazism Gave rise to Combat 18
Britain First United Kingdom No Yes (2011) Yes British Fascism[1][2][3]
British Democratic Party United Kingdom No Yes (1979) No British National Party Ethnonationalism Splinter group of the British National Front; joined British National Party in 1982
British Fascisti United Kingdom No No (1923) No independent/Italian Fascism Later became British Fascists; Parent group of National Fascisti
British Movement United Kingdom No Yes (1962) No Neo-Nazism formerly National Socialist Movement, but not the same as that in National Socialist Movement; parent group of Greater Britain Movement and National Socialist Action Party; liquidated 1983
British National Front United Kingdom No Yes (1967) Yes British National Party, Ethnonationalism (under O'Brien, Kingsley Read, Anderson and Wingfield) Neo-Nazism (under Tyndall, McAuley and Tom Holmes) formed from British National Party (1960s); gave rise to British National Party and splinter groups British Democratic Party, National Party (UK, 1976), National Democrats (UK), Constitutional Movement
British National Party (1960s) United Kingdom No Yes (1962) No British National Party Gave rise to British National Front; formed from National Labour Party (UK 1950s) and White Defence League; disbanded 1967
British National Party United Kingdom No Yes (1982) Yes British Fascism[4][5][6][7]
British Nazi Party United Kingdom No Yes (2005) ? Neo-Nazism
British People's Party (2005) United Kingdom No Yes (2005) No British Fascism Member of the World Union of National Socialists
British People's Party (1939) United Kingdom No No (1939) No independent
British Union of Fascists United Kingdom No No (1932) No Mosleyism fascism gave rise to splinter groups: British Peoples Party and National Socialist League; banned 1940
Combat 18 United Kingdom No Yes (1991) Yes Neo-Nazism Formed from Blood & Honour
Constitutional Movement United Kingdom No Yes (1979) No British National Party Ethnonationalism Splinter group of the British National Front; disbanded 1984
England First Party United Kingdom No Yes (2004) No Separatism, English Nationalism, White Nationalism, Neo-Nazism Splinter group of the British National Party; absorbed by Nationalist Alliance in 2005
Flag Group United Kingdom No Yes (1980s) No British National Party ethnonationalism wing of the British National Front
Greater Britain Movement United Kingdom No Yes (1964) No Neo-Nazism Splinter group of British Movement; dissolved 1967
Imperial Fascist League United Kingdom No No (1929) No Italian Fascism then Nazism
League of St. George United Kingdom No Yes Yes Neo-Nazism
National Democrats (UK) United Kingdom No Yes (1995) No British National Party ethnonationalism Splinter group of the British National Front
National Fascisti United Kingdom No No (1924) No Italian Fascism Splinter group of British Fascisti
National Labour Party (UK 1950s) United Kingdom No Yes (1957) No British National Party Ethnonationalism, Corporatism merged with White Defence League to form British National Party (1960s) in 1960; splinter group of the League of Empire Loyalists, not a fascist organization
National Party (UK, 1976) United Kingdom No Yes (1976) No British National Party Ethnonationalism Splinter group of the British National Front
National Socialist Action Party United Kingdom No Yes (1982) No Neo-Nazism Splinter group of British Movement
National Socialist League United Kingdom No No (1937) No Nazism splinter group of British Union of Fascists; disbanded 1939
National Socialist Movement (Colin Jordan) United Kingdom No Yes (1962) No Neo-Nazism Founded by Colin Jordan as Nazi-admiring fascist group; military organisation; collapsed 1968 and re-formed as British Movement
National Socialist Movement United Kingdom No Yes (1997) Yes Neo-Nazism Splinter group of Combat 18
Nationalist Alliance United Kingdom No Yes (2005) Yes Independent, Neo-Nazism absorbed White Nationalist Party and England First Party in 2005
New British Union United Kingdom No Yes (2012) Yes British Fascism B
New Party United Kingdom No No (1930) No Independent, Mosleyism Became British Union of Fascists
November 9th Society United Kingdom No Yes (1977) Yes Independent, Neo-Nazism
Official National Front United Kingdom No Yes (1980s) No British National Front, Ethnonationalist arose from Political Soldier
Political Soldier United Kingdom No Yes (1970s) No Independent, Romanian fascism wing of the British National Front; left BNF to form Official National Front
Racial Volunteer Force United Kingdom No Yes (2002) Yes Neo-Nazism Breakaway group from Combat 18
Union Movement United Kingdom No Yes (1948) No British Union of Fascists, Mosleyism became Action Party in 1973; ceased political activity 1978
White Defence League United Kingdom No Yes (1958) No Neo-Nazism Merged with National Labour Party (UK 1950s) to form British National Party (1960s) in 1960; splinter group of the League of Empire Loyalists, not a fascist organization
White Nationalist Party United Kingdom No Yes (2002) No British National Front, Ethnonationalism, White separatism absorbed by Nationalist Alliance; disbanded 2005
American Front United States No Yes (1990s) No Neo-Nazism
American National Socialist Workers Party United States No Yes (2006) Yes Neo-Nazism, Radical Traditionalism splinter group of National Socialist Movement
American Nazi Party United States No Yes (1959) Yes Neo-Nazism parent group of National Socialist Party of America
Aryan Brotherhood United States No Yes (1967) Yes Neo-Nazism, Christian Identity Possibly affiliated with Aryan Nations
Aryan Nations United States No Yes (1970s) Yes Neo-Nazism, Christian Identity
Christian Falangist Party of America United States No Yes (1985) Yes Falangism, Clerical fascism
American Blackshirts Party United States No Yes (2012) Yes Italian Fascism,

Clericalism, British Fascism

Strong advocates of racial unity in the United States.
Falange Boricua Puerto Rico No Yes Yes Falangism parent organization of Movimento Nacional Sindicalista de Puerto Rico
Fascist League of North America United States No No (1924) No Italian Fascism organization founded by Italian Americans affiliated with Fasci all'estero of the National Fascist Party of Italy.
German-American Bund United States No No (1930s) No Nazism Formed from merger of National Socialist German Workers Party (US) and Free Society of Teutonia
Kingdom Identity Ministries United States No Yes Yes Christian Identity
Ku Klux Klan United States No No (1866) Yes independent, Christian Identity Many splinter groups. Predates Fascism. After 1960s some moved toward neofascism.
LaPorte Church of Christ United States No Yes Yes Christian Identity
Libertarian National Socialist Green Party United States No Yes (1990s) Yes Neo-Nazism, National anarchism
Movimento Nacional Sindicalista de Puerto Rico Puerto Rico No ? No Falangism Successor of MNSPR, [1] (official site)
National Alliance United States No Yes (1974) Yes Neo-Nazism
National Renaissance Party United States No Yes (1949) No independent disbanded by 1980
National Socialist Movement United States No Yes (1974) Yes Neo-Nazism Claims descent from the American Nazi Party
National Socialist Liberation Front United States No Yes (1974) No Neo-Nazism
National Socialist Party of America United States No Yes (1967) No Neo-Nazism splintered from the American Nazi Party; disbanded 1980
National Socialist Resistance Movement United States No Yes (2008) Yes Neo-Nazism, Strasserism
National States' Rights Party United States No Yes (1958) No Neo-Nazism Led by J. B. Stoner
New Order United States No Yes (1983) Yes Neo-Nazism, Esoteric Nazism Faction of American Nazi Party led by Matt Koehl
Reichsfolk United States No Yes Yes Neo-Nazism
Silver Legion of America United States No No (1933) No independent
Stormfront.org United States No Yes (1990) Yes Neo-Nazism, ethnonationalist, White Supremacist, White Separatist (mixture). signatory of the New Orleans Protocol
The Order / Brüder Schweigen] United States No Yes (1983) No Neo-Nazism, Wotanism Core members imprisoned 1984
Universal Order United States No Yes (1980s) No Neo-Nazism, "Mansonist" Heavily influenced by teachings of Charles Manson
Volksfront United States No Yes (1994) Yes Neo-Nazism
White Aryan Resistance United States No Yes Yes Leaderless resistance
White Patriot Party United States No Yes (1980s?) No Independent, Ethnonationalist
Resistencia Nacional Socialista (National Socialist Resistance) Uruguay No Yes ? Neo-Nazism
Falange Venezolana Venezuela No ? Yes Falangism, Legionarism official site
Nuevo Orden - NOR Venezuela No Yes (1974) No Neo-Fascism, Pan-Americanism
ORJUNA Yugoslavia No No (1922) No Italian Fascism Successor of the Yugoslav Progressive Nationalist Youth
Yugoslav Progressive Nationalist Youth Yugoslavia No No (1921) No Italian Fascism Became Orjuna in 1922
Yugoslav Radical Union Yugoslavia Yes No (1934) No Italian Fascism
ZBOR Yugoslavia No No (1935) No Independent

Overview A-F G-M N-T U-Z

References

  1. ^ Bienkov, Adam (19 June 2014). "Britain First: The violent new face of British fascism". Politics.co.uk. Retrieved 20 January 2017.
  2. ^ Foxton, Willard (4 November 2014). "The loathsome Britain First are trying to hijack the poppy – don't let them". The Telegraph.
  3. ^ Sabin, Lamiat (25 October 2014). "'Fascist' group Britain First to start 'direct action' on Mail and Sun journalists over Lynda Bellingham post". The Independent.
  4. ^ Renton, David (1 March 2005). "'A day to make history'? The 2004 elections and the British National Party". Patterns of Prejudice. 1 (39): 25. doi:10.1080/00313220500045170.
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  7. ^ Wood, C; Finlay, W. M. L. (December 2008). "British National Party representations of Muslims in the month after the London bombings: Homogeneity, threat, and the conspiracy tradition". British Journal of Social Psychology. 47 (4): 707–26. doi:10.1348/014466607X264103. PMID 18070375.