|Original title||Завещание русского фашиста|
The Last Will of a Russian Fascist (Russian: Завещание русского фашиста, Zaveshchanie russkogo fashista) is a reprint edition published in 2001 of a book by Konstantin Rodzaevsky, the leader of the All-Russia Fascist Party. Circulation of the book was 12,000 copies, of which 5,000 were a first-edition volume with illustrations, and the remainder were a second-edition volume without illustrations.
The book begins with a preface by I. DyakovKonstantin Rodzaevsky written by K. Gusev ., "At the Edge of Russian Graves", and a biography of
The bulk of the book is the monograph by Rodzaevsky "Contemporary Judaisation of the World or the Jewish Question in the 20th Century", published in Harbin in 1943. The monograph is divided into four parts:
Also included in the book is "Azbuka fashizma" ("The ABC of fascism"), compiled, edited and with additions by Rodzaevsky published in Harbin in 1934. This work represents 100 responses to 100 questions about fascism. At the end of book, the anthem of the Russian Fascist Party (VFP) is found.
In the book published by VFP Program (approved 03/07/1935 in Harbin) and approved by the Supreme Council of 25.10.1936, is included the VFP position papers: "On the party greeting" № 69, "On the party flag of VFP" № 71, "On the National Flag and National Anthem" № 73, "On the party icon" № 67, "On the party banner" № 72, "On the party and form a hierarchical Signs" № 68 (with appendix – table of hierarchical letters), and "On the religious icon" № 65.
After the party documents in the book there are two articles by Aleksey Shiropaev: "Voice of Russian Truth" and "Russian of the future".
The book includes a statement dated October 4, 1997, concerning the rehabilitation of Rodzaevsky, Lev Okhotin, and others; the definition of the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation № 043/46 dated 26.03.1998; the refusal of rehabilitation of Rodzaevsky, Lev Okhotin and others; as well as the response from the Chief Military Prosecutor's Office on the legality of this definition.
On October 11, 2010, due to a decision by the Central District Court of Krasnoyarsk, the book became recognized in Russia as extremist material, and the book has been included in the Federal List of Extremist Materials (№ 861).