Falange

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From Spanish Falange, from falange (phalanx, phalange), from Latin phalanx, from Ancient Greek φάλαγξ (phálanx). Doublet of phalanx, phalange, plank and planch.

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Falange

  1. (historical) A Spanish fascist movement active in the 1930s until its dissolution in 1977.
    • 2014, Bernard A. Cook, Europe Since 1945: An Encyclopedia, Routledge (→ISBN), page 361
      José Antonio Primo de Rivera, son of former Spanish dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera, founded the Falange in 1933 to encourage national unity and pride and to combat the Left and liberal Republicans.

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Falange f

  1. Falange