Benito Mussolini

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  • Fascism Ideologies: Benito Mussolini And Adolf Hitler

    influential figures: Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler. This new political ideology was named fascism by Mussolini, and according to him, was different than all ideologies before it; he lists in The Doctrine of Fascism ideologies such as socialism and democracy that fascism specifically opposes. Both Mussolini and Hitler rejected most ideologies that came before them, with both changing the systems in place in their respective nations of Italy and Germany. Despite Mussolini incessantly stating…

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  • How Did Benito Mussolini Rule Italy

    Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an italian dictator but originally a revolutionary socialist who later became prime minister of Italy from 1922 to 1943. After the leader of italy at the time gave mussolini permission to rule italy thinking that mussolini was going to fix a number of italy’s problems ranging from the bad economy to the lose of nationalism overall rose to power as prime minister after world war one. Benito mussolini was also the leader and creator of the fascist party which…

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  • Benito Mussolini: Relationship Between Italy And Germany

    Fascist leader and Italian dictator, Benito Mussolini was born on July 29, 1883 in the small city of Predappio, Italy. He was the son of Alessandro Mussolini, a blacksmith, and Rosa Maltoni, a schoolteacher. Mussolini behaved badly even at a young age. At the age of ten, Mussolini stabbed another classmate after being insulted by him. This was only the start of his erratic behavior. Only a few years later, at the age of eighteen, Mussolini became a schoolteacher. He was looked down upon by…

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  • How Did Benito Mussolini Come To Power

    in Italy after the March of Rome, the monarchy, the church, the political elite and the voters felt Benito Mussolini and his Fascist regime would provide the political and financial stability that the country of Italy needed. Mussolini came to power in 1922 during Italy’s time of corruption, economic depression and labor disputes . He did not come in as a savior but more or so a dictator. Mussolini invented the word Fascism and introduced it as a political party to Italy, and it succeeded…

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  • Benito Mussolini Effects

    more were wounded. Not only was this event a defining moment in the 1930s and 40s, it was a defining moment for humanity. It was World War II. Benito Mussolini, the dictator of Italy, once said about the war, “Blood alone moves the wheels of history.” Considered the costliest and deadliest war in history, it truly did move the wheels of history, as Mussolini would put it. When an event as big as World War II happens, there are bound to be effects afterwards, some that are positive and some that…

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  • How Did Hitler Influence Benito Mussolini's Foreign Policy

    Italy’s most hated men in history is their former fascist Prime Minister, Benito Mussolini. Mussolini ruled over Italy from the years 1922 until 1943, when he was dismissed by King Victor Emmanuel and his position was filled by Pietro Badoglio. During Mussolini’s reign as prime minister of Italy he created foreign policy objectives, affected countries with his policies, and signed the “Pact of Steel”. While Benito Mussolini was the prime minister of Italy he aimed to make his country an…

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  • Fascism Communism And Monitarianism

    religion. Since Nationalism is based on nationalism, they believed that modern nationalism was the caused because of the religion of the nation. During this time, the Roman Catholic Church was a large part in people’s lives and the fascist leader, Benito Mussolini was forced to decide if he wanted to work with or against the Catholic Church. He knew that it would be much easier to work with them than against them because the Church had so much power. He wanted to prove that he could be trusted…

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  • Italy: The Role Of Fascism In Italy

    Today Mussolini is remembered as a hated dictator who, along with Hitler and Stalin, ushered in an of totalitarian ¬¬– an ideology, a single party typically led by one man, a terroristic police, a communications monopoly, a weapons monopoly, and a centrally directed economy – repression unsurpassed in human history. He plunged his country into an alliance with Nazi Germany and a disastrous war, leaving it literally in ruins. Yet Italy’s relationship with and feeling towards the dictator were;…

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  • Differences Of Adolf Hitler And Mussolini's Rise To Power

    Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini were like each other in many ways. Both were devoted Fascists, and both became dictators of their countries at similar times using similar strategies. This was not surprising, as Hitler had seen the success of Mussolini’s rise to power and was inspired to do the same in Germany. The two shared a common, clever strategy in taking power in a completely legal fashion. Their arrival in their governments and the laws they made that allowed them to run legal…

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  • Aestheticization Of Politics And Fascism

    aestheticization of politics under German fascism. To truly understand this ideology, a further plunge into fascism is required. Fascism is an authoritarian system of government and its origination can be traced back to Benito Mussolini, the dictator of Italy during World War I. Mussolini devoted his rule to military potency…

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