Benito Mussolini

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    During times of war opinions are often high. Everyone has their own individual opinion as to the stance on each issue, its cause, and how problem should be resolved. The purpose of this paper is to dress several differing inter war movements that develop during that time. They will be discussed, analyze, compared and contrasted to each other to examine how well they prove their desired point. First we will examine Woodrow Wilson The Idealistic View. Woodrow Wilson The Idealistic View - The…

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    is fiercely nationalistic. The rise of Mussolini was partially due to the Italians not receiving their promised land for supporting in the war effort. In addition, the economy was crashing and there was widespread violence and chaos across the country, everyone was seeking some form of stability in Italy. This led to the formation of the National Fascist Party, which was created by Mussolini and his followers. With the use of extensive propaganda Mussolini spread his message. The Blackshirt’s…

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    behind these plots? Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini were two of the most influential megaminds of that time. Both of these men had their own thoughts and opinions about politics, but they did agree in some ways. Both of these leaders had their goals and ways of handling their countries and the people in them also. With harsh, vile, ruthlessness, these were the men who left a permanent mark on our world, and everyone in it. Italian leader, Benito Mussolini,…

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    During the 19th century beginning in the year 1848, Italy began the process of unification led by Camillo di Cavour. However, it didn’t come easy. Before unifying, the Italian states had to overcome struggles such as foreign domination, ethnic differences, and Pope/local authority. Foreign domination and certain countries obstructed Italian unification because the foreign monarchs saw it as a threat to their country’s power. In document 2, Cavour wrote an article that described how the…

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    Machiavelli was an Italian political scientist. Many believe his teaching were that of evil and greed. As the political theorist that he was, He stressed the importance of brute, and even in some cases malicious force to keep the order of society, Anyone who defected from the prince's orders did not make it very far without some form of punishment following close by. To further back this claim, this paper will look into the evidence written by the man himself and others who cross examined his…

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    Why Did Italy Want To Rule

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    The war dragged on with no resolution, and Mukhtar refused to engage in any large scale battles with the Italians. In 1929 Mussolini placed a new commander in charge by the name of Rudolfo Graziani. Graziani targeted any support for Mukhtar with vehicles and air support. He also set up concentration camps and destroyed oasis wells and slaughtered livestock . Graziani oversaw the…

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