A Slovenian translation of Alessandro Nicotera’s “Fascismo”, is an explanation of the fascist believes, plans, goals and rules for the society, issued by the Fascist government during the Italian occupation of a part of Slovenia during World War II.
The detailed chapters depict the “ideal society” under the Fascism, including programs for children, sporting organizations, the organization of the press, role of the church, Fascist women (according to the text, their main goal is to keep their bodies beautiful, bear children and quietly, but strongly support men), schools, social care, military navy, factories and the economy.
The book represents the Fascism as an anti-Communist movement, which will establish a new order in the society.
Such texts were often translated by the Fascists into the languages of the occupied areas.
References: OCLC 443356199.