French Fascism

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"Elements of the fascist atmosphere had already gathered in France by 1913, long before they were elsewhere. There were young people, coming from various classes of society, animated by a love of heroism and violence, who dreamed of fighting what they called evil on two fronts: capitalism and parliamentary socialism, and of appropriating the best of both. Already the marriage of nationalism and socialism was inevitable."

French Fascism is a totalitarian, culturally far right and nationalist that uses the ideas of fascism with French characteristics. French Fascism is usually anti-Semitic, anti-capitalist, and anti-communist.

The French Popular Party

The FPP was considered the most collaborationist party in France before and during WW2. It supported corporatism, anti-Semitism, anti-Masonry, and anti-communism. The FPP was led by the former communist Jacques Doriot.


In 1936, Doriot and some former members of the Communist party moved towards nationalism and were turning against Marxism when they adopted a conspiracy theory that Judeo-Socialism wasn't making the situation better for the working class which led to the creation of the FPP.

In the coming years, the FPP was gaining support and funding from Italian fascists, French banks and businesses and soon, Nazi Germany. They were also known to purchase a number of news outlets.


The FPP was gaining more support from Germany after the battle of France. During the occupation. They during at that time, increased its activities. However, they criticized the state led by Petain for being too soft and moderate.

The FPP at its core was anti-Semitic. Joseph Darnand, the leader of the French paramilitary organization, led the rounding up to the concentration camps/torture/assassinations of Jews and political enemies to the Nazis. The FPP mid-war was more contributing to the war effort led by the European Axis Powers.

The FPP eventually died out when Doriot was killed by Allied Strafes in 2/22/1945.


World War II

Chief of State standard of Vichy France

At the beginning of WW2 France was invaded by Nazi Germany. The Nazis overpowered the French and took over the country; the third republic was eventually dismantled when Marshal Phillipe Petian signed an armistice with the Germans, creating the French State (commonly called the "Vichy Regime" or "Vichy France" after seat of government in city of Vichy) with Pétain as it's chief of state. After a short struggle, Pétain would go on to establish an authoritarian government that strongly regulated the economy and abolished many liberal policies, increasing control over things like media, promoting anti-Semitic and anti-Communist views.

Vichy France was mainly a puppet state; the country was not in full control of Germany. French opinion on the Nazi-instated regime was initially positive. The public slowly turned negative when Germany was started to lose the war, and conditions in France began to worsen. During the occupation, a resistance movement led by Charles de Gaulle combated Vichy France outside the country in its colonial possessions, like French Gabon. Eventually, during the invasion of Normandy and liberation of France, a new government called the "The Free French Provisional Government of the French Republic" was installed by de Gaulle and his supporters - the Vichy regime ceased to exist.

Modern times

The Front National led by Jean-Marie Le Pen (now renamed to The National Rally) was largely seen as a neo-fascist party. Not helped by the fact that many Third-Position groups that had ties to the party or that Le Pen himself has alluded to denying the holocaust multiple times. Recently in the 2010s. Ever since Le Pen's daughter Marine Le Pen took over as leader, the FN has been trying to rebrand itself to look more presentable. While still keeping it's highly nationalistic views on immigration and Islam, with Marine even going so far to kick her own father out of the party.

How to Draw

Logo of the PPF
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill it in red
  3. Draw a white hexagon
  4. Inside the hexagon, draw a blue plus
  5. Draw blue parenthesis on the edges of the plus
  6. Draw in the eyes.

You're done!

Color Name HEX RGB
Blue #002654 0, 38, 84
White #FFFFFF 255, 255, 255
Red #CE1226 206, 18, 38



  • Nazism - Helped me take power, but was a bit betraying. Otherwise he helped me restore France to a glory from (((them))).
  • Fascism - Was mostly my praxis. Also funded me.
  • National Conservatism - "Travail, famille, patrie!" (Work, family, homeland!)
  • Ethnonationalism - The Judes are not of French blood! They will never be, and I will confiscate Jewish passports and IDs.
  • Showa Statism - Okay, fine, you'll get Indochina.


  • Integral Nationalism - Vichy France isn't a puppet state! But I tried to implement your ideas.
  • National Syndicalism - I repeat, we are NOT a puppet state, wait why are you pointing guns at me!
  • Le Penism - You were a good successor up until you kicked your father out of the party and tried to rebrand yourself to look "democratic".
  • Neosocialism - A helpful collaborator for a new and rebulit France, but please stop simping for socialism.
  • Integral Neo-Darwinism - A Neo-Gaullist lib that likes Petain and national sovereignity.
  • European Federalism - A Europe united by heritage? BASED! Just stop with the (((liberalism))) and you're good to go.


Further Information






  1. The Vichy state promoted it's propaganda overboard to French colonies such as Vietnam and Algeria, the latter was seen as integral to France. Regardless most colonies were loyal to France prior to the 40s.
  2. Vichy France was built on collaboration with the Nazis who occupied a chunk of the North of the country. Although with their own political policies they borrowed the concept from the Nazis such as eugenics.