Benito Mussolini

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    1991). Mussolini himself said that Fascism is “everything in the state, nothing against the State, nothing outside the state.” Though the ideas associated with Fascism were new and seen as more of a “prototype”, Mussolini was able to use the growing support for the new ideology to his advantage in his accumulation of power. The origins of Italian fascism can be attributed to the establishment of the “Fasci di Combattimento” (or: Italian Fasci of Combat) in 1919. Created by Mussolini in an…

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    The similarities between Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler are extremely striking. They both fought in World War I, Mussolini for Italy and Hitler for Germany, and for a brief time the countries were on the same side, until Italy abandoned Germany and joined the Allied side. After World War I, Mussolini created the Fascist party, which gained support from nationalists, business owners, and manufactures. The Fascists were opposed to both democracy and communism, believing the government should…

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    Benito Mussolini and the Italian army killed over 300,000 people across the span of World War 2.(add footnote) The Italian army was an unstoppable force that quickly expanded across the world. Mussolini was the leader of the Kingdom of Italy, and his dictatorship was one of the main events that led to one of the worst wars in world history. Mussolini was taught at a young age how to resist authority, and he was kicked out of three different schools for bullying.(footnote) Mussolini eventually…

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    Benito Mussolini was a clever man. Prior to 1922, he used the post war crisis to his advantage. He provided the illusion that fascism was the way forward and a way to eradicate the country of socialism . The people of Italy saw it as a means to end the economic, social and political turmoil they were facing . The political ideology and mass movement of fascism dominated Italy. It included extreme militaristic nationalism, political and cultural liberalism. They stood for social unity and…

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    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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    original? Benito Mussolini is a very well known figure in World War II history. Mussolini being influenced started out when he was young and simply following the footsteps of his role models. Eventually, it led to when he was middle aged and inspired by other more powerful dictators. As others realized a country was under the control of a mere tool, Mussolini simply became the one others had used to indirectly govern Italy. Even as the dictator of Italy during World War II, Benito Mussolini…

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    The similarities between Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler are extremely striking. They both fought in World War I, Mussolini for Italy and Hitler for Germany, and for a brief time the countries were on the same side, until Italy abandoned Germany and joined the Allied side. After World War I, Mussolini created the Fascist party, which gained support from nationalists, business owners, and manufactures. The Fascists were opposed to both democracy and communism, believing the government should…

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    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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    Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini were both dictators that rose to power after World War I. Both dictators were extremely unhappy with Treaty of Versailles. Mussolini wasn’t happy with it because Italy did not get the land they were promised and Hitler wasn’t happy with it because he thought it was way too harsh. They both rose to power during their countries Great Depression and were able to get their country out of the Great Depression by strengthening their military. They both were able to…

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    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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