Fascism is categorised by political theory as being right wing that is not indispute.
Nazis are most often categorised as right wing though a few have argued that they are better categorised as being radical centrists No one seriously contends they were left wing or socialists. Although the catch cry has become popularised by the american right in an effort to distance themselves from it
The Nazi party while originating as a socialist party were moved to the right and fascism under the leadership of Hitler who was a greater admirer of Mussolini's fascist Italy. The socialist wing was gradually marginalised and eventually purged. They were not socialist when they ruled they were authoritarian and right wing. Not left wing or socialist.
The NF are characterised as right wing in France. And no right and left don't change depending on the location of the party.
Feel free to provide a french source claiming the opposite or continue to deny reality.
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"But the modern Irish, contrary to popular impression, have little sense of history. What they have is a sense of grievance, which they choose to dignify by christening it history. History therefore is 'not so much a matter of learning from the past as of stirring old grievances to keep them on the boil'."