Divina Patria Italian Song is a Italian Petriatic song
About Divina Patria Italian Song:
This is Italian patriotic song that was created during Benito Mussolini’s government and was intended to boost peoples morals
Die Braune Kompanie German SA Marching Song
German SA Marching Song is a song by the SA of Heinrich Anacker. The SA was the first Anti-Antifa, since they fought radical leftists from the original Antifa groups throughout the 1920s, typically in minor street-fights called Zusammenstösse. Read More
This is a version of Farewell of Slavianka wich Dina Garipova sang it on stage
Farewell of Slavianka is a Russian patriotic march, written by the composer Vasily Agapkin in honor of the Slavic women accompanying their husbands in the First Balkan War. The march was written and premiered in Tambov at the end of 1912. In summer of 1915, it was released as a gramophone single in Kiev. Slavyanka means “Slavic woman”. Read More
Raise your Flags is a Marching song of Golden Dawn
Golden Dawn is an ultra-nationalist and neo-Fascist party of Greece, founded in 1980 by Nikolaos Michaloliakos, the party’s Secretary-General. The main figure of admiration for them is Ioannis Metaxas, dictator of Greece from 1936 to 1941. They are openly inspired in NSDAP and fascist ideals, which makes them targets for Syriza and their communist propaganda, but despite the intense campaign against the party, its numbers are growing and many other organizations across Europe and beyond are inspired on them.
Song of The Young Japan is a Marching created for young officers in IJA
On the 26th of February of 1936, a group of young Imperial Japanese Army officers with fascist sympathies staged a coup in Japan with the goal of restoring full power to the emperor. Sadly, the coup failed, but it had a major effect on the transition of Japan towards fascism.
Song for the Defenders of Iwo Jima is a Marching song created for IJA
Iwo To known in English as Iwo Jima is one of the Japanese Volcano Islands and lies south of the Bonin Islands. Together with other islands, they form the Ogasawara Archipelago. The highest point of Iwo Jima is Mount Suribachi at 161 m (528 ft) high.
This island was very important to Japanese mainland security
In the Battle of Iwo Jima, United States Marine Corps landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) during World War II.
The American invasion, designated Operation Detachment, had the goal of capturing the entire island, including the three Japanese-controlled airfields, to provide a staging area for attacks on the Japanese main islands.
Roei no Uta is a Japanese Military Song created to patronize people
In the wake of the outbreak of the Second Sino-Japanese War in July 1937, demand for patriotic songs to boost public and military morale swelled in Japan.
Newspapers regularly held competitions calling for submissions from the public of songs and song lyrics.
The lyrics for Roei no Uta were chosen in such a fashion,
after a contest jointly held by the Tokyo Nichi Nichi Shimbun and Osaka Mainichi Shimbun.
The jury, which consisted of luminaries such as the writer Kan Kikuchi and the poet Hakushū Kitahara, awarded Kīchirō Yabūchi’s Roei no Uta as the winning entry. The 28-year-old composer Yūji Koseki was chosen to set the lyrics to music.
The song became one of the most famous gunka in Japan, establishing Yūji Koseki at the forefront of Japanese composers of the era. However, after Japan surrendered in 1945,
performance or loud exhortation of Roei no Uta
and other gunka were prohibited by the U.S. occupation forces.
SS Marschiert in Feindesland – Marching Song of The SS is A NSDAP patriotic song
The Waffen SS was a 38-division elite unit of Nazi Germany, which included men from both occuupied and Foreign Legions from non-occupied lands, under the command of Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler.
The lyrics imply the elite status which SS men saw themselves possessing. They are based on patriotic heroism and the mentality of “fighting till death”, which was a popular philosophy in Germany during the Third Reich. The lyrics changed as the war went on. Originally they referred to the shores of the river Volga in Russia, later to those of the river Oder on the German-Polish border, where heavy fighting took place in 1945. The lyrics openly declared that the SS would destroy the “Red plague”.
Czerwona Hołota Polish Anti Communist Song – Orginal version
After WW2, Poland was given by their “friends” to the Soviets, who partitioned their territory and installed a puppet government
to rule it for them.
Soldiers of the former Polish Underground Resistance took up arms against the invaders and their puppets,
and it lasted up until the 80’s.
In the picture, The Damned Soldiers, who were anti-communist partisans fighting the whole Soviet might by themselves.
Cara al Sol Anthem of the Spanish Falange Original version
This anthem was composed by José Antonio Primo de Rivera because they needed an anthem to
counter A Las Barricadas and Himno de Riego
two very popular anarchist and republican songs, and the Falange was borrowing German and Italian marches so far.
The song’s popularity boomed when Primo de Rivera was murdered, and Franco’s Regime glorified him and his brigades.