The main feature of German fascism is that there was no fascism in Germany. There was Nazism in Germany, and this is a somewhat different form from fascism. Fascism presupposes a community not on a national basis, but on an ideological one, which makes it related to communism (it was not for nothing that Mussolini was at the beginning of his political career a communist and not the last). Nazism presupposes unification only on a national basis and not otherwise.
The name “fascism” comes from the Italian “facio” which means bundle, bundle, union and does not bear any national characteristics. (which, incidentally, does not mean that with other “facio” organized along ethnic lines, existence always happens peacefully).
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