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Rise of the Titans: Fascism, Christianity, and the Seduction of the Brutal

July 16th, 2019 | 15 min read

By Tara Isabella Burton

If you visit the Hotel du Lac, an inexplicably French-named bed and breakfast catering to German and British on the shores of Lake Garda, in Italy, you will likely see some of the hotel’s collection of decorative inter-war travel posters, interspersed with the proprietor’s family’s wartime memorabilia. There is one from the 15th International Congress of Students in Venice: late summer, 1933: in high Brutalist style.

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