Fascism and how to eradicate it in Germany from the perspective of George Lukacs
During the period between the two world wars, and among the socialists who are not Marxists in particular, the topic of re-reading and reviewing Marx's writings intellectually and building intellectual and political lines against fascism and extremism in general and Nazi in particular emerged, so that the star of a group of thinkers in this regard, and perhaps most prominent among them George Lukacs and Georg Luck Cyrus, Karl Mannheim, Walter Benjamin, and others. In such an intellectual milieu, the angle of view of the fascist phenomenon varied in terms of it being a general phenomenon or a group of special cases. There are those who believe that the term fascism should be restricted to Mussolini's case only. That is, we should call the Nazi regime Hitler, and fascism a Mussolini system, and all similar movements have their own names, given that each of them is a phenomenon that is independent and separate from the other cases.