Benito Mussolini

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  • Nelson Mandela Machiavellian Analysis

    This essay will be answering “To what extent has Nelson Mandela followed Machiavellian Political philosophies?” and the word extent means here being two sided. Machiavelli was an Italian Renaissance political philosopher and statesman, secretary of the Florentine republic, who is well known for his legendary work The Prince which made him known as a disbeliever and a dishonest cynic. Nelson Mandela who was a non-white nationalist and was the first black president of South Africa, in the 1990’s…

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  • Afhq Failure

    The Allied Forces wasted an opportunity to gain a position of relative advantage over the Germany Army by the failure to contain Germany forces in Sicily. The inability of Allied Force Headquarters (AFHQ) to seize the initiative allowed the Germany leadership time to develop the withdrawal of forces to Italy. The essay will address the dysfunctional command and control of the AFHQ at the various levels of leadership which allowed an orderly withdrawal of Axis forces. It will evaluate the…

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  • Similarities Of Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler And Benito Mussolini

    Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, and Benito Mussolini all three were major dictators that made a huge impact in what we know as history today. Their leadership skills and ways of persuading the public were all different , but had some similarities. All three used propaganda and mainly focused on economic policies and the problems that the country faced with the government. Mussolini and Hitler shared more similarities to each other than Stalin shared with the both of them. All three of them were…

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  • Why Did Benito Mussolini Work Together To Help Themselves

    save these people. They had to work together to help themselves.The event is Benito mussolini and his devastating actions he did towards the Jews. He sent them to concentration camps and murdered them.The actions of Benito greatly impacted society, because it brought greater attention towards events like this. Benito joins Hitler in Germany’s war as Italy declares war on France and Britain.Both Hitler and Mussolini hated white Europeans. They killed 11,400,000 people combined during WW1. It…

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  • Captain Delano In Herman Melville's Benito Cereno

    The Naïve Captain Delano In Herman Melville’s Benito Cereno the main character Captain Amasa Delano struck me as a bit naïve and a bit oblivious throughout the story. Captain Delano appears to be a naïve sea captain because he does not put together the puzzle pieces of the strange behavior of the San Dominick’s crew and history as quickly as one would expect. I believe that Melville is using this concept to hint at the fact that the United States did not realize that slavery was such a problem…

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  • Analysis Of Porfirio Diaz's Regime

    that it is better to regret an action or situation than for it to have never been done. One can confidently conclude Porfirio Diaz was a leader with the best intentions for Mexico as a nation, followed the liberal ideals with an early meeting with Benito Juarez, and had a very experienced…

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  • Roles Of Dictatorship During World War II

    War II started in 1939 and ended in 1945. It was one of the bloodiest wars in history. During World War II Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Hideki Tojo, and Joseph Stalin were all dictators. Adolf Hitler was the dictator of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and ruled by Nazism. General Hideki Tojo was the Prime Minister of Japan in 1944 and ruled by military force. Benito Mussolini was a dictator in Italy and came into power around the 1920s and ruled with fascism (a combination of nationalism and…

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  • Totalitarianism In George Orwell's Thought Police And The Party

    environments for individuals and being led by overpowering, threatening rulers. These concepts can be seen in the leadership of Benito Mussolini. Mussolini was a powerful Italian dictator who rose to power at the beginning of World War I. He became Prime Minister in 1922 and worked to create a fascist society to control all of Italy, similar to the Party in George Orwell’s 1984. Both Mussolini and the Party, or Big Brother, use some of the same techniques, which include promoting violence and…

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  • The Importance Of The Axis Powers In World War II

    initially showed that it may be able to bring its ideologies to fruition. This will be shown by the plans that were put into action after World War I by Hitler, Japan’s discomfiture at being subordinate to China, and expansionist plans for Italy by Mussolini. Unfortunately, the leadership capabilities ultimately showed themselves to be weak in all…

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  • The Great Dictator Analysis

    Charlie Chaplin is most well-known for his character The Tramp, as well as writing, directing, and starring in his own films. Just as Hollywood was moving into “talkies” or films with sound, Chaplin was still going against the grain. He remained one of the last silent film stars until the release of the political satire comedy-drama The Great Dictator in 1940. Besides his singing part in Modern Times, this was the first time audiences heard Chaplin’s true voice. The Great Dictator tells the…

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