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by Roger Neil Lewis Absalom
Roger Neil Lewis Absalom.
Roger Neil Lewis Absalom. ISBN 10: 0423419609 ISBN 13: 9780423419603. Publisher: Roy Publishers, 1969. Learn more about this copy.
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In 1919 Benito foun Mussolini and the rise of Italian Fascism is a great book telling the history of Italy's involvement in the World . It took Mussolini four years to gain power and destroy Italy's parliament and create a dictatorship
In 1919 Benito foun Mussolini and the rise of Italian Fascism is a great book telling the history of Italy's involvement in the World Wars. This book also includes a biography of the Fascist leader, Benito Mussolini. Mussolini, also known as "Il Duce", spent much time in exile in Switzerland and Austria. In the time he spent there he studied Socialist newspapers. It took Mussolini four years to gain power and destroy Italy's parliament and create a dictatorship. Benito used fear and intimidation to gain power and persuade the Italian people. Mussolini was very popular amongst the commoners. He and Adolf promised an alliance, which later included Japan.
David Kertzer's nuanced book investigates an unholy alliance between fascism and the Catholic church. Gasparri, a peasant's son who had risen far, considered Mussolini absurdly ignorant and uncouth; Mussolini thought him "very shrewd". By Lucy Hughes-Hallett. We meet the Jesuit father, Tacchi Venturi, Pius's unofficial emissary, a firm believer in conspiracy theories, who claimed to have been nearly killed by an antifascist hitman (the story doesn't stand up). We meet Monsignor Caccia, Pius's master of ceremonies, who was known to the police and to Mussolini's spies for luring boys to his rooms in the Vatican for sex, rewarding them with contraband cigarettes.
Home Browse Books Book details, Mussolini and Italian Fascism. Mussolini, the man who most fashioned Italian Fascism, dramatically expressed the unease and the hopes of his age. Mussolini and Italian Fascism. To what extent can we compare Mussolini's Italy to Hitler's Germany or Stalin's Russia? What legacy has the experience of Fascism left behind in Italy and in Europe? These and many more important questions are explored in Finaldi's introduction to one of the most important movements of the European 20th Century.
As a first step, rise of Fascism in Italy and prominent political practices are discussed. Second, political activities of Nazism in Germany are analyzed
As a first step, rise of Fascism in Italy and prominent political practices are discussed. Second, political activities of Nazism in Germany are analyzed. The last part of the study, impact of Fascism and Nazism on the Republic of Turkey during the one-party period is examined.