Internal freedom of movement in 20th century right-wing authoritarian and totalitarian regimes?

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Ad Honoris
May 2014
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Just how much internal freedom of movement was there in 20th century right-wing authoritarian and totalitarian regimes? For instance, if a person in the Italian countryside wanted to move to Rome or Turin or Milan under Mussolini's rule or a person in the Hungarian countryside wanted to move to Budapest under Horthy's rule or a (non-persecuted) person in the German countryside wanted to move to Berlin or the Ruhr in the Nazi era, just how easy would it have been for all of them to do this?

I know that there was a propiska system in the Soviet Union and possibly other Communist countries that severely restricted internal freedom of movement in those countries under Communist rule, but I was wondering if there was ever anything similar to this in right-wing authoritarian and totalitarian regimes in the 20th century.

Anyway, any thoughts on this?