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Mussolini and Fascism by Patricia Knight

By Patricia Knight

The early 20th century in Italy was once a very important interval in its heritage. Mussolini and Fascism surveys all of the vital concerns and issues of the interval together with the origins and upward push of Fascism, Mussolini as major Minister and Dictator, the Totalitarian nation, overseas coverage and the second one international battle. It additionally examines how Italian Fascism in comparison to different inter-war dictatorships.

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For him the best pressure was to hint that his cousin, the Duke of Aosta, was taller, a better soldier and could make a more manly king. . The main politicians eyed each other but could not unite. Salandra, Orlando and Giolitti each awaited his own return to the Prime Ministership, but each indicated a preference that the post be entrusted to the young Mussolini rather than a hated rival. . The Vatican washed its hands. Facta fluffed an effort to impose martial law. Source G: Another historian’s view of Mussolini’s appointment.

We went through . . all the towns and centres in the provinces of Forlì THE RISE OF FASCISM 25 and Ravenna and burned all the Red buildings. . It was a terrible night. Our passage was marked by huge columns of fire and smoke. Source D: The Proclamation of the Quadrumvirate, 26 October 1922, issued just before the planned march on Rome. Fascists! Italians! The time for determined battle has come! Four years ago the National Army loosed at this season the final offensive, which brought it to victory.

At the party conference in June 1925 criticism and discussion were banned. Party officials were increasingly appointed rather than elected and the local bosses lost much of their power. Mussolini had surmounted the Matteotti crisis as much by good luck and the weakness of his opponents as by good management. But even during this crisis most Italians were prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt and he had had the advantage of support from industrialists who welcomed growing economic prosperity.

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