Histoire de l'extrême-droite au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg au XXe siècle

Abstract : The thesis shows the evolution of luxembourg right wing extremism in the course of the twentieth century. It analizes the different models in the trend of thinking of right wing extremism and the foreign influences they were subject to. - the model of the catholic integrists aiming at establishing an ideological and political hegemony of the church and to christianize all domains of society in order to put an end to pluralism. - the model of all-embracing nationalism of the "luxembourg national union" strongly influenced by Barrès and Maurras. - the national-populist model of Leon Müller who takes his inspiration from Leon Degrelle. - the national-socialist model expressing itself in various organizations of the thirties and the members of which collaborate with the nazi occupants. The thesis describes the ideology of the right wing movements of the eighties and the nineties, their impact, the programmatical continuity and discontinuity with the programm of the extreme right wing organizations of the past
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Lucien Blau. Histoire de l'extrême-droite au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg au XXe siècle. Histoire. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1996METZ008L⟩. ⟨tel-01777188⟩

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