Cover: Right-wing terrorism in West Germany

Right-wing terrorism in West Germany

Published 1986

by Bruce Hoffman

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This paper discusses recent evidence that suggests that right-wing terrorism in Europe is a more serious threat than generally believed. The author reviews neo-Nazi and neo-fascist attacks of the past seven years, traces their transnational connections, and discusses cooperation between left- and right-wing terrorists. The author cautions that the threat posed by neo-Nazi terrorists cannot be dismissed or separated from other terrorist movements active in Europe.

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