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...Benito Mussolini was born on the 29th day of July in 1883 near a town called Predippio located in north-east Italy. Born to parents Alessandro who was a blacksmith and Rosa a school teacher; along with two younger siblings-the Mussolini’s were very poor. Benito’s father was a socialist and Republican who believed that there should be a much better dissemination of affluence in Italy and cancellation of the Monarchy. Many citizens agreed with Alessandro’s belief of Republicanism and his beliefs were major influences in his son Benito Mussolini’s life. While going to school,...
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Benito Mussolini
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...Benito Mussolini was born on the 29th day of July in 1883 near a town called Predippio located in north-east Italy. Born to parents Alessandro who was a blacksmith and Rosa a school teacher; along with two younger siblings-the Mussolini’s were very poor. Benito’s father was a socialist and Republican who believed that there should be a much better dissemination of affluence in Italy and cancellation of the Monarchy. Many citizens agreed with Alessandro’s belief of Republicanism and his beliefs were major influences in his son Benito Mussolini’s life. While going to school,...
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Benito Mussolini and Italian Fascism
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...Benito Mussolini was an Italian World War soldier and also a journalist with the socialist newspaper. Benito Mussolini was born on the year 1886, in North Central Italy. The mother of Benito Mussolini was a school teacher, and a devout catholic Christian. On the other hand, the father of Benito Mussolini was an atheist, and a very violent man, who hated elections. Mussolini himself was not a gentleman, always making trouble and believing in violence (Deakin, 2000). On most occasions, he was accused of trying to knife his classmates. This...
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How did the Great Depression contribute to the rise of Adolf Hitler and/or Benito Mussolini
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...? 24 May How did the Great Depression contribute to the rise of Adolf Hitler? Adolf Hitler was a man of multiple talents. He had the power of speech, and organization. These qualities made him a brilliant politician. Hitler was of the view that God had chosen him to serve as a dictator in Germany. His urge to rule the whole world motivated him to go to such lengths where others could not even think of going. People generally trusted him because his self confidence was marvelous, though many other factors were involved in the empowerment of Nazis in Germany in addition to the outstanding leadership of Hitler. One of the most important reasons that brought the Nazis to power in Germany... 24 May How did...
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Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini
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...Mussolini able to take advantage of the social conditions that existed in Italy in order to attain power? Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an Italian political thinker and leader who chose a middle path between the extremes of communism and socialism on the one side and capitalism on the other side; in-between he treaded on the path of Fascism. He was a prominent political figure of early nineteenth century Italy and Europe who paved the road towards Fascism.1 Mussolini, the 40th Prime Minister of Italy, took advantage of the social conditions in Italy to attain the seat of political power by changing his ideals with the passing of times, by making new in-roads to political ideology. He... ?How was...
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Mussolini and Matteotti Crisis
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...Mussolini Survived the Matteotti Crisis Introduction Benito Mussolini, also known as 'Il Duce' or The Leader, is best known as ther dictator of Italy. Mussolini managed to work his way from being a bricklayer in Switzerland to the leader of the Italians for more than 20 years through the clever use of his personality and charisma, and his driving ambition in the midst of much political turmoil and subsequent fall at the behest of his own party is interesting study in itself. However, this essay will focus on what is referred to as the Matteotti Crisis and the means by which Mussolini was able to transcend...
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Hitler-Mussolini
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...Mussolini: Psychology of Leadership Psychology of Leadership means that the thoughts, perceptions and feelings of a leader are to be studied. The leaders whose way of thinking and feeling, I have to study are dictators and how they affected others. Dictators are leaders ruling absolutely and often oppressively. They hold complete autocratic control. The dictators I am referring to are Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. Both of them were oppressive to or contemptuously overbearing toward others. Adolf Hitler was the German Chancellor of the Third Reich and Fuhrer. He dominated the world’s destiny for a decade being hailed by a majority of Germans with the fanatical minority worshipping him... Hitler-Muss...
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Successes and failures of Mussolini
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...Mussolini by using several methods that included domestic policies and propaganda was able to get the support of his people as well as become a popular leader. Overall his rule can be considered successful although it ended miserably. He was successful while in power but his influence did not last long after the end of his rule. When Mussolini started to cooperate with Hitler he lost his popularity and could not maintain power for long..As Dennis Smith (2203) says "The life of Benito Mussolini was an unusual mixture of great success and dreadful failure. Eventually it could be said of him that no Italian... Successes and failures of Mussolini Order No.248866 November'08 Successes and failures of...
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How was Mussolini able to take advantage of the social conditions that existed in Italy in order to attain power
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...Mussolini able to take advantage of the social conditions that existed in Italy in order to attain power? Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini was an Italian political thinker and leader who chose a middle path between the extremes of communism and socialism on the one side and capitalism on the other side; in-between he treaded on the path of Fascism. He was a prominent political figure of early nineteenth century Italy and Europe who paved the road towards Fascism.1 Mussolini, the 40th Prime Minister of Italy, took advantage of the social conditions in Italy to attain the seat of political power by changing his ideals with the passing of times, by making new in-roads to political ideology. He... How was...
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Many people contend that the treaty which ended World War I created the atmosphere and the circumstances which resulted in World War II.. Describe specifically the conditions of the World War I treaty and the ways in which led to World War II. Include in
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...Benito Mussolini had towards the French and British led to the working together of Mussolini and Hitler against the treaty in October 1936. From the answer above, I can confirm that Germany was the country that led to World War II.... The Treaty of Versailles and World War II The Treaty of Versailles that was signed in late June 1919 was intended to create peace. However, it enhances the opposite; it enhanced the occurrence of war. It is that treaty that made Germany to lose its territory that resulted to its serious economic problems. For instance, it through the signing of the treaty that Germany lost areas such as Saar Basin, Danzig, and Upper Silesia that were crucial to the German economy. It is...
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The Role of the U.S. in World War II
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...Benito Mussolini. While Hitler ruled Germany with an iron fist, Benito Mussolini similarly ruled Italy with an unwavering coldness. Industry in the United States was booming. Women went to work in factories in lieu of their husbands. People had to eat rations in the United States. Rubber and metal were saved for the war effort. World War II transformed the world. It made people reflect on life. One Jewish man's notes "included an account of the last-minute remarks of Jewish women [before death, asking] him: 'I am still so young, I have really not experienced anything in my life, why should death of this kind fall to my lot... The Role of the U.S. in World War II And Its Effects on the World and...
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Analyze the importance of American military forces, political and military leaders, and industry in the defeat of the Axis powers in World War II. How did the war transform the world and the place of the United States in international affairs
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...Benito Mussolini. While Hitler ruled Germany with an iron fist, Benito Mussolini similarly ruled Italy with an unwavering coldness. Industry in the United States was booming. Women went to work in factories in lieu of their husbands. People had to eat rations in the United States. Rubber and metal were saved for the war effort. World War II transformed the world. It made people reflect on life. One Jewish man’s notes “…included an account of the last-minute remarks of …Jewish women [before death, asking] him: ‘I am still so young, I have really not experienced anything in my life, why should death of this kind fall to my lot... The Role of the U.S. in World War II And Its Effects on the World and ...
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Hitler Fascism and Mussolini Fascism
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...Mussolini Fascism Introduction Fascism is a form of totalitarian government, with an authoritative dictator who takes control over the entire nation, its people and economy. It is a political ideology with a radical nationalism concept, which initiates a ‘revolution’ for promoting the fascist principles. Basically rejecting the idea of socialism, capitalism and democracy, Fascism is anti-liberal in nature and has a sound emphasis on ethnocentrism and militarism. Benito Mussolini in Italy and Adolf Hitler in Germany are the two notable dictators, who embodied fascism in their countries and claimed ultimate power over it. The form of fascism adopted in Germany and Italy... by these leaders...
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Stalin and Mussolini
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...Mussolini Introduction The historical triumph of some political leaders comprises a series of changes in status, as well as practice of power. The history of some of the participants of the large civil wars such as the World War I and the world II relied on some sociological circumstances and platforms to gather powers. The most predominant eras where political figures established their dynasties and forms of power was between the 1920s and the end of the World War II (Neville 34). The world’s political arena was a disaster and disorganized because most leaders performed from the propulsion of self-interests(Neville 43). Some of the popular political leaders were Benito Mussolini... is very...
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Anarchism and revolution
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...Benito Mussolini of Italy and Adolf Hitler of Germany. They advocated for a mixed economy, militarism... Role of anarchism and revolution plan in the shaping of mid-19th century European politics YourFirstName YourLastName University title ROLE OF ANARCHISM AND REVOLUTION PLAN IN THE SHAPING OF MID-19TH CENTURY EUROPEAN POLITICS In the mid 19th century, politic s in Europe took a different trajectory with the advent of anarchism and revolutions. Anarchism was a philosophical idea of stateless societies that chided themselves in self governance. It embraced the idea that the state was a harmful, undesirable and an unnecessary institution. Furthe...
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Italian Fascism Essay
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...Mussolini didn't consider it to be a reason for his dismissal. However, when next day, on July 25 he paid a visit to General Paolo Puntoni and King Victor Emmanuel III, he was arrested and finally accepted his political defeat. The King went on to entrust Marshal Pietro Badoglio with the new government formation, which started secret negotiations with the Allies, even though there were still significant German forces on the territory of Italy. ("Sicily and the Fall of Mussolini, July-August 1943", 1999) This was the way the Italian dictator of 21 years Benito Mussolini had stepped down as head of the government and the armed forces. King Emmanuel had taken control over the army... Italian Fascism....
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What Are the Main Features of Fascism as an Ideology
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...Benito Mussolini. Two definitions exist for fascism that account for two very different contemporary uses of the term. The first usage, which refers to its position on a political spectrum, is the original usage, while the second usage is relatively new. On the political spectrum, commentators define fascism as a revolutionary... ?The term “fascism” emerged from a Latin metaphor during the early 1920s in Italy’s radicalized political climate. From the Latin word fasces, which is a bundle of rods that represented the power of the civic magistrate in the Roman Republic, the word became a reference to political organizations built on collectivistic or even communistic philosophical premises. Fascism the...
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Ideology
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...Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini was the youngest prime minister in Italy. He served as Italian prime minister from 1922 to 1943... Ideology Part Nationalism refers to the political view that one`s country is great, and it surpasses all other countries. People who strongly believes in nationalism think that all aspects of their country be it the military, navy or the economy is greater than the other countries (Kasprzak, 2012, 599). Individuals who hold these views usually look down on other people and their countries, see them as inferior and should bow down in their presence. A key example of such an individual is Adolf Hitler. He was the chancellor of Germany from 1934 to 1945. He believed in...
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How did the relationship between individual and state change over the course of the twentieth century
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...Benito Mussolini. No economic activity could be started without the consent of the government and excess earning were confiscated as taxes. Bolshevism was a movement mainly in Russia that was against capitalism and supported some forms of socialism and communism. It advocated for a united Europe. After World War II, the social international, an organization that advocated for social democracy and democratic socialism denounced both capitalism and Bolshevik communism. Further advancement in ideologies... History The Relationship between Individual and over the of the Twentieth Century The rift between the individual and the state before 1787 was well depicted in France. The feudal system had been...
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Totalitarianism
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...Benito Mussolini; a fascist, Vladimir Lenin; a communist, and Emma Goldman; anarchist and feminist, were all totalitarians. This is because their ideologies involved changing class to masses where individual opinion was not respected, and I will further show that Robert Nozick’s libertarian ideology was not totalitarian. At the end... of the of the of the Totalitarianism Totalitarianism is defined as a political organization in which the state strives to control all aspects of public and private life of its citizens. Totalitarian regimes stay in power by employing widespread use of violence, disseminating propaganda through state controlled media, political oppression, denial of freedom of speech and...
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Fascism
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...Benito Mussolini. According to this level of analysis, the research will investigate Benito Mussolini’s “The Political and Social Doctrine of Fascism” and compare and contrast it to Adolph Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Further, the analysis will seek to consider what Hitler viewed as the primary and core weakness of democracy, his thoughts and beliefs with regards to individualism... , and the underlying reason why Marxists and fascists must necessarily hate one another under the definitions of fascism that will be presented. Moreover, an analysis of bigotry and anti-Semitism will be discussed as a core and fundamental compound that fascism, regardless of its form, seeks to engage. Most importantly of...
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Early-Modern Ethiopian Migration to Italy and the Question of European Racism Presentation
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...Benito Mussolini of Italy once again imposed a war on Ethiopians in 1935 to enhance its control so that it could create a connection between Italian Somaliland and Eritrea. This time Italy was win-win position because it dethroned Ethiopian rulers; however, the support from British coupled with efforts of Ethiopian forces enabled the nation to regain freedom from Italy. For instance, Ethiopia has remained a centre of conflicts and political turmoil as more and more disputes have observed among 80 different ethnic groups across the nation... ?Early-Modern Ethiopian Migration to Italy and the Question of European Racism This paper will discuss the early-modern relationships of Ethiopia with Italy followed...
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The Abyssinian crisis led to the failure of the League of Nations
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...Benito Mussolini, the Italian Prime... The Abyssinian crisis led to the failure of the League of Nations When the guns of the First World War finally became silent at 2300hrs on 11th November of 1918, there were subsequent calls for peace. Without wasting any time, leaders of thirty two countries met in France with the objective of forming an organization that would ensure there was peace in the world. This organization is commonly known as the League of Nations, which is the predecessor of the United Nations. The League of Nations was categorical that members must maintain peace among themselves and with other countries in the world. However, in 1935, one League member, Italy, attacked another member,...
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Italian Fascism
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...Mussolini very actively used words "totalitarian state", if one compares Italian fascism with Soviet communism and German National Socialism, he will definetely doubt about fascist essence of totalitarian Italy. Bibliography 1. Christopher Hibbert, Il Duce: The Life of Benito Mussolini; Little, Brown, 1962, pp. 24-35 2. David D. Roberts, The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism; University of North Carolina Press, 1979, pp. 129-132 3. George P. Blum, The Rise of Fascism in Europe; Greenwood Press, 1998, 123-127 4. Jeffrey T. Schnapp, Olivia E. Sears, Maria G. Stampino, A Primer of Italian Fascism; University of Nebraska Press, 2000, pp. 151-153... Italy, like the other new ...
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How Fascism Managed To Come To Power in Italy, In 1922
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...Benito Mussolini’s regime. The paper... ? How Fascism Managed To Come To Power in Italy, In 1922 Fascism was a common political and social ideology during the 20th century. It used totalitarian, militaristic, and nationalistic values to develop a feasible society. This was through radical regimentation of individual and national lives. The ideology was on the basis that total subordination to the states and the unwavering loyalty to its leader would adjust the conflicting interest in a state. Ethnicity and national identity are the main drives of fascism since it seeks to regenerate social, cultural and economic life of a state. National belonging to an ethnicity is highly emphasized in this ideology. It ...
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How was fascism able to come to power in Italy in 1922
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...Benito Mussolini’s regime. The paper majorly... How Fascism Managed To Come To Power in Italy, In 1922 Fascism was a common political and social ideology during the 20th century. It used totalitarian, militaristic, and nationalistic values to develop a feasible society. This was through radical regimentation of individual and national lives. The ideology was on the basis that total subordination to the states and the unwavering loyalty to its leader would adjust the conflicting interest in a state. Ethnicity and national identity are the main drives of fascism since it seeks to regenerate social, cultural and economic life of a state. National belonging to an ethnicity is highly emphasized in this...
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Essay about Adolf Hitler was evil but not monstrous
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...Benito Mussolini of Italy, whose Fascist movement he considered to have been the inspiration behind the success of his own Nazi movement... Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler has been for the decades since his downfall been vilified by historians especially in the western world for being a monster whose thirst for power led him to make the decision to destroy millions of lives. Hitler’s evil and monstrosity can be said to be a caricature of his character because of the fact that it does not consider that Hitler was not an alien but a human being whose feelings, attitudes and emotions were developed through regular human interactions. The main desire of this man was to ensure the recovery of his people from the...
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Fascism in Europe
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...Benito Mussolini in Italy it influenced other politicians across the continent. It was further embraced by Adolf Hitler in Germany and Francisco in Spain. Fascism has been given some several definitions and some are discussed in this paper. Michael Mann (13) describes fascism as “the act of pursuing of an excellent (transcendent) and cleansing state using the military”. In this definition, transcendence means the belief that a state surpasses social conflicts and integrates all classes in society into one harmonious thing. It involves a political belief that political ideologies can... ?Fascism in Europe Introduction Fascism spread widely across Europe around the 19th and 20th century. The countries that ...
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Italian and German Fascism
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...Benito Mussolini and his supporters of the pacifist policies which the Italian socialist party had adopted during and after the First World War.2 The Fascist Party created an extremely nationalist ideology which was designed to rally the Italian people behind it during a period when it was believed that Italy was vulnerable towards a possible communist takeover. This movement in Italy began... ITALIAN AND GERMAN FASCISM The development of fascism as well as its ideologies in Europe came about mainly after the First World War following major political, social and cultural changes. Fascism developed mainly because of the disillusionment of some individuals with the manner through which government had...
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Fascist Regimes of Italy and Germany
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...Benito Mussolini are two of the most infamous fascist leaders of the twentieth century, but did their leaderships also embrace totalitarianism Hitler and Mussolini were dictators; they governed without the consent of the people. A dictatorship is the foundation of the governing power and totalitarianism relates to the scope of the power of those who govern, most dictatorships tend to be totalitarian as if the power does not come directly from the people... Were the Fascist regimes in Italy and Germany totalitarian Totalitarian rule is when a regulates practically all aspects of public and private life. Totalitarian ideology is maintains the right to control media output, regulation and restriction of...
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History
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...Mussolini in Italy Benito Mussolini started his political career a socialist and gradually changed his ideologies and established fascism which differed from the former by the way it supported nationalism. Mussolini abandoned socialism, First because of the conflicting ideologies and second because the masses embraced nationalism. Taking advantage of flaws identified with socialist party, Mussolini moved ahead to incorporate nationalist elements in the ideology of his new political party. By focusing... History System of Bismarck; triple Alliance and Triple Entente: Work of Bismarck in Europe. During the 20th century Europe become marked by a tangled network of alliances, a factor that pitted nation...
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World word II concepts
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...Benito Mussolini came to power in Italy. He was the first of many right-winged leaders to come to power during the between wars period. Portugal, Spain and Germany also came to be controlled by fascist dictators during this period of time. The word fascist was first used in Italy by Benito Mussolini. His fascist theory was against socialism, liberalism... [Supervisor’s Second World War Concepts Discuss and explain separately the three following concepts: a) Explain the differences between Strategy, Tactics, Logistics and the military relation between infantry, artillery armour and aviation, as applied in world war II in 1939-4 The World War II is an example of excellent coordination between infantry, art...
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European History between 1920 - 1946, Hitler's influence, Italian or Russian fasism/totaliatarianism
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...Benito Mussolini conducted the March on Rome in 1922 where he seized power. The rise of Fascism in Italy was defined by its radical nationalism as it fell under Mussolini. Fascism was a phenomenon that rose after WWI and when Mussolini took power by forcing the King Emmanuelle III to resign his Fascist Party had already taken... Fascism: Mussolini and a Defiance of Democracy Most political systems have definitions, but are generally still vague as they are interpreted by various people involved in political discussions. Classism is often one of the cornerstones to defining political systems as the elite work towards oppressing the lower classes to increase their wealth. In the 1920s there was a rise in...
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Political Effects of WWI
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...Benito Mussolini came to power. Struggling “to bring stability and to secure future”, Germany took the example of Italian radical national socialism, and Nazi Party started to increase its popularity (Myson). Yet German Fascism was also led by desire of revenge as Allied Powers mostly blamed Germans for WW1 launching (Karpilovsky, Fogel and Kobelt). New world political discourse Whoever was winning and losing WW1, the authorities of the major powers evaluated a great cost warring sides were forced to pay due to political and other controversies. “The answer to avoiding a similar mistake could be found... Political Effects of WW1 World War One (WW1) ends in November 11, 1918 with the great human and ...
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Totalitarian Governments
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...Benito Mussolini came into power during 1922 with his effort to transform and modernize the failing economy through fascist ideology. Fascism is a "radical totalitarian political philosophy that combines elements of corporatism, authoritarianism, extreme nationalism, militarism, anti-rationalism, anti-communism and anti-liberalism." It should be noted that before his reign, the ruins of the World War I left Italy with mass unemployment, food shortages, and strikes, together with economic problems such as massive debt, inflation, and depression. Mussolini stated two reforms which he wanted for Italy--modernize the economy and remedy the country's lack of strategic resources... Totalitarian Governments...
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What does it mean to describe both the First World War and the Second World War as total wars
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...Benito Mussolini, who took control over the entire Italy. Conclusion The two periods were totally crucial in World history... The First World War and the Second World War as “Total Wars” Introduction According to the definition inspired by the Napoleonic Wars, Total war refers to the unprecedented mobilization of psychological, human, and material resources. It involves mass conscription, ideological appeals, and mass armies to the masses with a novel understanding of the scenery of armed dispute as an apocalyptic struggle that resulted in a total victory or defeat. On the other hand, the definition of total war as inspired by both the first and the second World Wars involve two elements technology...
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Nazism in Europe/ and Describe Allied campaigns on the European
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...Benito Mussolini. The leader had promised to create an efficient military state that promoted nationalist pride. He became prime minister in 1922. He banned criticism of the government and used violence against those who opposed in the parliament. The National Socialist Party was formed... by Hitler and it gained support because the German people had surrendered in the First World War and he took it as betrayal since Mussolini was in charge. The violent opposition led to the communism led to the embracing of militaristic nationalism. Hitler became to power because he was able to end the depression of Germany ( Hart and Hart 56). The United States adopted an official policy of...
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Neville Chamberlain on Appeasement (1939) by Chamberlain and The Munich Agreement A Total and Unmitigated Defeat by Churchill
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...Benito Mussolini, he planed to held a four-power conference of Germany, Britain, France and Italy excluding both Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. The meeting took place in Munich on 29th September, 1938 and Chamberlain and Edouard Daladier signed the Munich Agreement. The agreement gave the right of accession of Sudetenland to Germany without... 17 June 2007 Neville Chamberlain on Appeasement (1939) by Chamberlain and the Munich Agreement “A Total and Unmitigated Defeat” by Sir Winston Churchill Appeasement is a diplomatic strategy that consists of pleasing the aggressor in order to avoid armed resistance. The most well-known example of appeasement is the the Munich Agreement that took pl...
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Nazism and Free Speech
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...Benito Mussolini. Nazism suppressed free speech and led to the crushing of dissent that would have enabled a rethinking of its benefits. This paper shall look at the subject of free speech and Nazism and how the two affected one another. The challenges that each posed... ? Nazism and Free Speech Number Number Teacher’s Due Nazism and Free Speech Nazism has often been described as thebiggest political failure of the twenty first century. It was arguably the cause of millions of deaths and the people of Germany and other parts of the world where it was practised lost their democratic rights for free speech while Nazis were in power. The main practitioners of this form of government were Adolf Hitler and...
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The changes in American foreign policy at the turn of the 20th century
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...Benito Mussolini rising to power in Italy and Germany a combination of megalomaniacal leadership, ideology, and calculation put the two nations into more fiery confrontations with other states. 1937-1941 This period was characterized by the struggle of Franklin Roosevelt to Return to Internationalism. Despite the efforts of President Roosevelt of trying to stir them up with “Quarantine speech,” which was famously cautious, the people remained loyally isolationist. As the public sentiment was ant-war, the British and French governments drew up a diplomatic path of conciliation to strike peace with Hitler (Hastedt 68). This policy of conciliation however, had its low point when Munich... Lecturer: The...
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Roosevelt Politics
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...Benito Mussolini arose in Italy, and Adolph... Roosevelt: Bold and Cunning Politics Franklin Roosevelt's foreign policy was heavily influenced by the domestic and foreign issues of the 1930s. The Great Depression at home and the rise of fascism abroad forced FDR to use creative strategies to accomplish his foreign policy goals. In the 1930s, the rise of rulers with total power in Europe and Asia led to World War II. The Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I was famously weak, and, instead of healing the postwar wounds, it caused anger and resentment across Europe. In the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin established a totalitarian government to try to completely control its citizens. Fascism and Benit...
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The changes in American foreign policy at the turn of the 20th century
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...Benito Mussolini rising to power in Italy and Germany a combination of megalomaniacal leadership, ideology, and calculation put the two nations into more fiery confrontations with other states. 1937-1941 This period was characterized by the struggle of Franklin Roosevelt to Return to Internationalism. Despite the efforts of President Roosevelt of trying to stir them up with “Quarantine speech,” which was famously cautious, the people remained loyally isolationist. As the public sentiment was ant-war, the British and French governments drew up a diplomatic path of conciliation to strike peace with Hitler (Hastedt 68). This policy of conciliation however, had its low point when Munich Peace... Lecturer:...
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World War II
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...Benito Mussolini of Italy, Francisco Franco of Spain, Emperor Hirohito of Japan and Adolf Hitler of Germany were the greatest tyrants who wanted to destroy capitalism and democracy during the Second World War (Adams). The understanding of what caused the war and how different countries entered into war has been complicated by Adams. Adams (20) indicates that the blame of World War One was on Germany. This made Hitler to be filled with rage considering in his view that the myth of the cause of the war held a bit of truth, but not the entire truth. This brings about the complications. “No Easy Answers” Unlike the simple version of history that suggested... World War II It is clearly evident that Benito...
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Rise of fascism and communism
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...Benito Mussolini. Mussolini had the capability and ability to unite the country with a vision of gaining their territories they had lost. Communism had commenced rising during the time of Joseph Stalin when he succeeded the Soviet Communist. In the year 1939, under the governance of Joseph Stalin, the union of Soviet and Germany signed a deal of aggression. From this time, Germany did not fear of fighting. Communism and fascism were portrayed as a system of governance that was posing threats to democracy. Later on, Italy, Germany collaborated with Japan to form an alliance... ? s The Rise of Fascism and Communism Fascism is a system of governance whereby one leader is vested with all the ities of...
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History of Political Philosophy
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...Benito Mussolini was an Italian political philosopher. This doctrine sounds correct because it a historical significant and an ethical one since it seeks to promote peace in the state... Lecturer: History of Political Philosophy Conservatism Conservatism is a political philosophy that preserves traditional social organizations. It is a social philosophy that seeks to preserve things in a traditional way, and it emphasizes stability and opposes modernism. Conservatism was first established into the political context during the French Revolution by a political philosopher known as Francois Rene during the year 1819. Conservatism tactic vary from one place to another; thus, the main core feature of...
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History of Political Philosophy
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...Benito Mussolini was an Italian political philosopher. This doctrine sounds correct because it a historical significant and an ethical one since it seeks to promote peace in the state... Lecturer: History of Political Philosophy Conservatism Conservatism is a political philosophy that preserves traditional social organizations. It is a social philosophy that seeks to preserve things in a traditional way, and it emphasizes stability and opposes modernism. Conservatism was first established into the political context during the French Revolution by a political philosopher known as Francois Rene during the year 1819. Conservatism tactic vary from one place to another; thus, the main core feature of...
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The causes and effects of World War II
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...Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, who were all prominent and revered in as far as the war gets concerned. The depression led a large number of the unemployed population to support these dictatorships as they got rewarded with adequate food supplies and a means of livelihood. In Germany especially, the depression that caused massive unemployment, resulted in the prominence of the Nazi Party with many people becoming active members. This was Hitler’s vantage point in Germany. It led to the quick rise of Hitler and his ideologies... The causes and effects of World War II World War II gets considered as the largest war known to the human race. Thiswar started in 1939 and ended in 1945. World War II,...
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How Industrialization is Evaluated in Relation to the Industrial Worker
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...Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), a former leader of the socialist party and a veteran of the war organized the Italian Fascist party in 1919... How Industrialization is Evaluated in Relation to the Industrial Worker Industrialization carried with it broad social and economic changes that were quickly felt by those involved. The major changes included the working conditions of the works in the factories. It is such reason that the British Parliament in 1830s and 1840s enacted the factory Act of 1833. There are excerpts that can describe the thought that can evaluate industrialization in the hand of the middleclass liberals, industrial workers and women in this theme. There is the summary by the commission...
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Arendt states that Politically the most important yardstick for judging events in our time is whether they serve totalitaria
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...Benito Mussolini of Italy, and Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union were the center for abolishment and annihilate their totalitarian regimes that have destroyed millions of lives and homes from different parts of the world (“Totalitarian Regimes”). However... ?The Totalitarianism in Modern Times Introduction In the past, people have experienced a type of government that centered all its power, ity, policies, rules, and regulations on the mighty and vigor of a dictator. A dictator is a person who solely runs the nation with a single government that rules every land and every freedom of the people as human beings and citizens of the country. During the World Wars, dictators such as Adolf Hitler of Germany,...
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A quel point la perscution des minorits refltait-elle la volont des forces d'occupation et quel point refltait-el
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...Benito Mussolini. Tandis que Hitler a decide Allemagne avec une poigne de fer, Benito Mussolini a juge de meme en Italie avec une froideur inebranlable. Industrie aux Etats-Unis etait en plein essor. Les femmes sont alles travailler dans les usines au lieu de leur mari. Les gens devaient se nourrissent de rations aux Etats-Unis. En caoutchouc et en metal ont ete enregistrees pour l'effort de guerre. La Seconde Guerre mondiale a transforme le monde. Il a fait reflechir les gens a la vie. Un homme juif dis que "... inclus un compte des remarques de derniere minute de ... femmes juives [avant la mort, demandant] lui dit:« Je...
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