Benito Mussolini

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  • Signor Mussolini's Relationship With Italy Essay

    the Foreign Secretary, laid out the Foreign Office’s reasons behind their support for the deal, stating “If we fail to take what is probably our last chance of bringing the agreement into force and resuming our former relations with Italy, Signor Mussolini will be likely finally to…

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  • Henrik Ibsen Essays: Themes Of A Doll's House

    Themes of the doll’s house A Doll’s House is written by Henrik Ibsen in the year 1898 when he was traveling from Italy, Rome and Amalfi. Ibsen used A Doll’s House as one vehicle for questioning the importance—and the tyranny—of wealth. This play comes from Ibsen’s peak of radical ideasand when they were presented. Was written originally in Ibsen’s mother tongue Norwegian . The play was highly controversial when it was first published and since then it played am important role in Victorian…

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  • Benito Mussolini Essay On Race Theory

    In October 1936, Mussolini and his army attacked Ethiopia in hopes of adding it to the Italian empire. During the attack, Hitler was the only person, along with his Nazi party, to show support for Mussolini. This support developed ties between Mussolini and Hitler. After some time, Mussolini promised Hitler his complete allegiance. This alliance influenced Mussolini to adapt some of the same views that Hitler held on race (McKay, p. 846). In…

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  • Hitler's Anti-Comintern Pact, 1936

    Anti-Comintern pact ,1936 was signed between two powerful dictators. It was wise for Hitler to include a dictator like Mussolini and Italy and later Japan to build his opposition against the communist. Hitler is using Mussolini who is the leader of the fascist movement and his admiration, Which “was soon expanded to include the major Asian power Japan in the Anti-Comintern pact in which the three nations” constructed an opposition against the comintern(Communist). It’s wise because two of the…

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  • Neo-Realism: Italian Cinema

    What is Neo-realism Neo- realism is also known as the Golden era of Italian Cinema. It came after the end of world war II after the fall of Mussolini’s government. It a is national film movement characterized by stories set amongst the poor and the working class, this movies are mostly filmed on location, and they use non professional actors for the play. Neo- realism films mostly highlight on the difficult economic and moral conditions of post World War II. These films represent the changes…

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  • Adolf Hitler And Mussolini Essay

    them down while the Allies were expanding their empires and divvying up land formerly owned by the Axis powers. Both Mussolini and Hitler based their foreign policies around the idea of expanding their new empires and militarising their nations in an attempt to make their empires seem more powerful and prestigious in the eyes of the world. As you can see, both Hitler and Mussolini contradicted themselves by, they first berated the allies by saying that their only goals during the peace talks…

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  • How Did Mussolini Achieve Their Social Tension?

    this climate, winning the support of affluent ruling classes through promises of anti-Bolshevism and restoring “mutilated” territory. First and foremostly, however, Mussolini assured Italians that they would regain economic stability and build an empire which rivalled that of the Romans. Once in insurrectional power by 1922, Mussolini attempted to achieve this with domestic policies including the Battle for Grain, Lira and Births, as well as his use of extensive propaganda. As previously…

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  • Toward A General Theory Of Fascism Analysis

    In Mosse’s article, “Toward a General Theory of Fascism”, he analyzes the nationalism, the foundation of the fascism. Mosse points out how fascism appeared in Europe, and what elements of that uprising have parallels in the modern world. Mosse regards nationalism as “the basic force that made fascism possible...still the principal integrative force among peoples and nations” (Mosse 91). Fascism in early 20th century European countries such as Italy and Germany played on the middle-class’…

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  • Franco Francisco Franco And Spain

    Throughout the Second World War, Spain was a non-aggressive state that was not engaged in any type of warfare. When WWII was about to begin and countries were starting to pick alliances, Spain was just recovering from a three yearlong civil war. By that time Spain was inflicted with poverty, the people were starving, and the Spaniards had their share of war. Keeping in mind all the pressure that was put on Spain to join the war, Franco was smart enough to play the system and benefit from…

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  • Analysis Of Jose Ortega Y Gasset's 'The Revolt Of The Masses'

    At the end of Great War (1914-1918), European society faced astronomical cultural and social changes that eventually led to the rise Fascism in Italy, Germany, and Spain. Throughout the 1920s, Jose Ortega y Gasset gave series of lectures that eventually became his magnum opus entitled The Revolt of the Masses. His work centers on the rise of the mass-man and his disregard for political authority (or the state), culture, and progress. Gasset essentially argues that the perfection of the 19th…

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