In 1939, Mussolini invaded Albania and Poland and announced war on Ethiopia; these actions told him to not enter World War II because of Italy’s weak troops. “In April 1939 Italy occupied Albania. . . in September 1939, after the invasion of Poland, Mussolini decided not to intervene on Germany's side due to the poor preparation of the Italian armed forces.” (“Italy”). In 1940, Mussolini believed that his country was ready, so he led the country in World War II. Furthermore, Mussolini was a charismatic leader, who made an alliance with Adolf Hitler. “Mussolini became a close ally of German dictator Adolf Hitler, whom he influenced. However, he never enjoyed the level of popular support that Hitler at times attracted in Germany. . .” (“Benito Mussolini”).To sum up, Mussolini attempted to benefit his country by joining war, conquering other countries, and making an alliance with Adolf Hitler.
The decision that Mussolini made by creating the Fascist Party and other acts had several impacts. A lack of balance was prevalent there because the government had full control over Parliament and the citizens, the citizens of Italy had no say in their government, and they had to follow all laws their dictator set for them. “He introduced a Fascist Grand Council which would decide policy for Italy without consulting the non-fascists in the government first.” (Trueman). As a result, the fact that Mussolini created the Fascist Party had harsh impacts on the rights of the people of