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Benito Mussolini
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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… While going to school, Benito rebelled against various issues. Rosa, his mother had insisted he go to this school which was operated by Catholic Monks. However, Benito’s behavior ridiculed the school’s…
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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.… While going to school, Benito rebelled against various issues. Rosa, his mother had insisted he go to this…
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Benito Mussolini and Italian Fascism
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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,… His beliefs in socialism began when he fled to Switzerland, for purposes of escaping being drafted into the army. However, in 1904, Benito Mussolini returned to Italy, and decided to serve…
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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 2011. 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.… One of the most important reasons that brought the Nazis to power in Germany was the peace settlement of the Treaty of Versailles. Germans…
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Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini
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How was Mussolini able to take advantage of the social conditions that existed in Italy in order to attain power? … He was called by the title of II Duce by 1925 and after 1936 his official title was “His Excellency Benito Mussolini, Head of Government, Duce of Fascism, and Founder of the Empire.” He was also the top rank of military, First Marshal of the…
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Mussolini and Matteotti Crisis
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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.…
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Hitler-Mussolini
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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.… He was considered the master of Europe because of the series of decisive victories which also convinced him that he was the greatest military commander of all time because of his infallible…
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Successes and failures of Mussolini
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Italy was under the dictatorship of Mussolini from 1922 t0 1939. During his rule he totally changed the policies of the Government with a view to improve economic stability and also for the welfare of the people. He also wanted to strengthen his power by influencing the public.… Mussolini was among the leaders who laid the foundation for fascism in Italy.…
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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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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… He was called by the title of II Duce by 1925 and after 1936 his official title 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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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,… The key reason for the signing of the Treaty of Versailles was to weaken Germany as much as possible. Thus, it is the signing of the treaty that led to the weakening of…
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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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American political and military influences and industry in World War II led to the defeat of the Axis Powers; the war transformed the world; and finally, the war changed the way international affairs were seen through a U.S. lens. Various American… Pearl Harbor was also the linchpin that drew the Americans into the war, when they had been purposefully staying…
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The Role of the U.S. in World War II
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related to the United States. American political and military influences and industry in World War II led to the defeat of the Axis Powers; the war transformed the world; and finally, the war changed the way international affairs were seen through a U.S. lens. … Pearl Harbor was the worst surprise attack that ever happened on American soil. Pearl Harbor was…
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Hitler Fascism and Mussolini Fascism
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This paper is a comparative study of the Hitler fascism and Mussolini fascism. The researcher shall discuss the various elements that form the major distinction to the adoption of Fascism rule by both of these authoritative leaders, who have contributed much to this ideology. … This research will begin with the definition of fascism as a form of…
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Stalin and Mussolini
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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… Some of the popular political leaders were Benito Mussolini and Joseph Stalin. Both leaders share the commonality of experiencing the climax of their political live between the 1920s and the 1950s. Thus, the…
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Anarchism and revolution
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Anarchism was a philosophical idea of stateless societies that chided themselves in self governance. It embraced the idea that the state was a harmful,… On the other hand, fascism was a political philosophy whose basic principles were the opposite of anarchism. In the 1920s and 1930s, fascism took center stage in European politics. It was a form of…
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Italian Fascism Essay
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Mussolini's decline and finally the fall from power signified an important period in the war history of Italy. The reasons for Il Duce's loss of authority are various, among which are his recent ill health; dissatisfaction with his policies among Italians, many people thought he was putting German interests above needs of Italy; recent defeats of Axis etc.…
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What Are the Main Features of Fascism as an Ideology
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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.… Scholars trace fascism back to the fin de siecle, which is French for “the end of the century,” marking the…
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Ideology
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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,… On 1st September 1939, Germany (Nazis) under the rule of Hitler attacked and invaded Poland. This action is considered as the primary provocation that caused of the Second World War. Hitler…
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How did the relationship between individual and state change over the course of the twentieth century
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The feudal system had been present in Europe since the 8th century and was characterized by vassals being protected by Lords whom they had to serve in war. Due to various factors, the peasants… This was a philosophy held by John Locke in the 17th century. In the traditional governments, only the high class citizens were allowed into politics and this did not…
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Totalitarianism
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This paper is intended to show that in the idea of Hannah Arendt, 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.… Totalitarianism is defined as a political organization in…
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Early-Modern Ethiopian Migration to Italy and the Question of European Racism Presentation
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This paper will discuss the early-modern relationships of Ethiopia with Italy followed by migration of Ethiopian refugees to Italy and creation of Diaspora. … As far as the Ethiopia – Italy relationships are concerned, it is worthwhile to highlight that Italy first conquered Ethiopia in 19th century; however, Italy was defeated by forces and thus left the…
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Fascism
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Name Date Course Section/# A Comparison and Contrast Between Two Primary Sources of European Fascism Whereas fascism is all too often times defined and understood by the exhibition of fascism that adult Hitler’s Germany posited, the fact of the matter is that the political ideology of fascism was as nuanced and differentiated as the many levels of democracy that currently exists within the current world model.…
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The Abyssinian crisis led to the failure of the League of Nations
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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, Abyssinia. … 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…
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Italian Fascism
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Italy, like the other new nations of the 1860s-Germany, Japan, Hungary, and Romania-was a latecomer to international competition and, like all the other new nations save Germany, faced daunting problems of internal development and modernization. After its most serious effort at imperial expansion had ended in humiliating defeat at Adowa in 1896, for a number of years the Italian government prudently avoided major new international involvement.…
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How Fascism Managed To Come To Power in Italy, In 1922
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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.… National belonging to an ethnicity is highly emphasized in this ideology. It does not promote any tenets of democracy.…
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