Benito Mussolini

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    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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    of depressions. None of the countries were getting anywhere and they were all looking for a way out. Dictators began to speak out promising that they would make their countries as prosperous as they were during their prime. Dictators such as Benito Mussolini (Italy), Joseph Stalin (Russia) and Adolf Hitler (Germany) were all dictators during this time. They promised that they would make their countries great and to get them out of the depression. Dictators were able to come to power between…

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    to poor leadership, others saw it as an opportunity to seize power for themselves under the guise of reform. These men would be the cause of national and worldwide tyranny by the way of effective and, amazingly, legal brutality. Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini, and Adolf Hitler shared many similarities in ideology and principle, but also had many differences. When analyzed, it is obvious that all three totalitarian governments took advantage of widespread poverty and famine to advance their…

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    dictators rules a whole country and change the citizens’ way of life. For example, Benito Mussolini was an Italian dictator from the 1900’s through the 1940’s. But before his dictatorship began, he created a group called Fasci di Combattimento, The Fascist Party. He was chosen by the Italy residents to make Italy a better country, but he also added some of his own policies (“20 Facts about Benito Mussolini”). Also, Mussolini and Hitler would partner-up together to fight in battles…

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    Guerin (1976, 218-219), notes that Mussolini himself proclaimed that by this time the state owned nearly three-quarters of the Italian economy via stock. However, they remained private enterprises, with the only small concession that some banks were converted into so called “public bank”, though that simply meant that their stock was owned and registered by Italian citizens. In other words, while the state held a majority of Italian companies, they operated unfettered by the state, who’s role…

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    On October 28, 1940, Benito Mussolini, the Prime Minister of Italy, gave Greece an ultimatum. Italy wanted Greece, who was neutral in this war, to allow Italian troops to occupy certain parts of the country. Mussolini wanted to impress Hitler. “Hitler always faces me with a fait accompli. This time I am going to pay him back in his own coin. He will find out from the papers that I have occupied Greece.” (Mussolini ¶ 5)Italy invaded before Greece had a chance to answer, but Greece was able to…

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    of all time. His name was Benito Mussolini. “ Benito Mussolini took power in Italy in 1922. Mussolini’s ideas and practices directly and indirectly influenced political movements in Germany (especially the Nazi Party), Spain (Franco’s Falange Party), France, Argentina, and many other European and Non-European countries right up to present day.”(“A Glossary of political economy terms”) I believe the powers Fascism were abused because many of these leaders like Mussolini had such success and wide…

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    advantage. Stories such as Macbeth by William Shakespeare and Animal Farm by George Orwell illustrate how such characters like Macbeth and Napoleon rise to power to use it for themselves as similarity to dictators like Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Benito Mussolini. By doing this, dictators blind the eyes of the people by stealing their freedoms through manipulation to gain innate superiority. The purpose of manipulation in a dictator’s plan is to have people fooled into complete loyalty to…

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    nationalist agenda during an unemployment crisis, and by the 1921 elections the Fascist Party won 21 seats in government. In 1922 after a staged march on Rome by the fascists King Victor Emmanuel III asked Benito Mussolini (hereafter referred to as Mussolini) to create a government to fix Italy. By 1925 Mussolini had declared himself dictator and famously called himself ‘il Duce’ meaning the…

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    Hitler and Benito Mussolini were dictators in Europe after World War I until the end of World War II. Hitler and Mussolini have similar aspects and ideals, yet they both have their own key differences. Each dictator affected their respective countries through their leadership and heavy influence. Hitler’s and Mussolini’s rise to power can be compared and analyzed by showing their influences of power that affected their economical, political, social changes on society. Hitler and Mussolini…

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