Russian proto-fascism 1903-7

The prolonged crisis of the Russian Empire throughout the 19th and early 20th Centuries that resulted from the advance of modernisation led to the creation of revolutionary tensions not just from the left but from the right. Extreme anti semites, Slavophiles and defenders of Orthodoxy merged into the fascist Union of Russian Peoples and their street fighters the Black Hundreds.

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