Brazilian Integralist poster, 1935. The Fascist movement in Brazil was founded by Plínio Salgado who led an organization called the 'Brazilian Integralist Action', a political party inspired by the Italian Fascist movement. During the Spanish Civil War members of the Brazilian Integralist Action sent volunteers to help fight communism. The movement's paramilitary arm wore green shirts and conducted highly organized marches and demonstrations. The Roman salute was accompanied by the word…
An Arrow Cross member saluting the imagery of a poster.
Polish women wearing national costumes saluting officers in a parade.
Bund leader Fritz Julius Kuhn salutes his comrades.
Pre-war Poland. Nationalist groups using the 'stiff-arm' or Roman salute.