Benito Mussolini

Parent Category: Italy in WW2
Benito Mussolini was the prime minister in Italy and leader of the National Fascist Party, and is considered as one of the most important creators of Fascism. He also led Italy into World War 2 on Germany and the Nazi's side, and has had a huge impact on Italy and its history.
He was a great soldier
He was the Italian dictator in world war 2 and lead the country from 1922-1943. He invented the idea of fascism which is commonly classed with ideas such as Nazism.
Blackshirts or Black shirts, were the Italian fascists that brought Benito Mussolini to power.
Benito Mussoloni was a dictator and was in power before and during the world war 2.
mussolini was up in power of italy from 1922-1944 ya dig
To expand the Italian Empire
A renewed Roman Empire.
Mussolini had a common law marriage. ___ Yes he was married. There is a bit of controversy over how many times he married. Officially his wife was Rachele Guidi, whom he married in 1915 in a civil ceremony. It was not a common law marriage, if this was his only wife. A civil marriage is as...
Mussolini basically fooled the Italian people into accepting him has their leader. He misrepresented himself and his goals. He became a dictator and ruled with oppression and tyranny. Near the end of World War 2 the Italian populous executed him. The story of Mussolini's rise to power is on the link...
Some of Mussolini's policies were: Battle of the Births : He wanted to promote women givingbirth (10 to 13 children) in order for him to have a largerpopulation to conscript his soldiers. This was not very successful,since women were newly being incorporated into the workforce anddid not wish to...
because Mussolini thought the state was the most important thing ever and only the state. and people agreed.
In 1924, socialist leader Giacomo Matteotti was assassinated afterdenouncing the elections of that year. Later that year, the fascistparamilitary MVSN (also known as the Blackshirts) gave an ultimatumto Mussolini Ð he could crush the opposition or they would do itwithout him. This caused...
Benito Mussolini didn't have a good record when it came to thetreatment of women and minorities. One example is that he expectedwomen to stay at home and remain barefoot and pregnant. Anotherexample was when he sent at least 20 percent of the Jewish peoplein Italy to Nazi concentration camps in...
From what I found I think his assassin was communist.
He definatly was.
he got supporters by telling everyone that he could make Italy better
Yes , early in his life ; he worked alongside his father who was a blacksmith .
He was head of the Italian government from 1922-1943.
i believe that he wasn't even involved
It could be anything from buildup in your engine valves to bad timing to a plugged fuel filter to a plugged catalytic converter, you would have to be more specific?
Yes, but opposed to 'The Allies'.
Answer . glory and power. . true but it was mostly because his country was a new one and he wanted his people to faith in the government and be very encouraged to join the army, and fight well, when the inevitable WWII started.
He considered himself to be the new Roman Ceasar and needed to establish a presence in Africa .. Answer . Italy held some territory in Africa as their colonies. Italy was one of the last nations who started settling colonies in Africa. The Brits, Dutch, French and other countries had settled...
He got his penis chopped off before he was hung from the town square by Italian Partisans along with his mistress.
Benito Mussolini boldly promised to rescue Italy by reviving its economy and rebuilding its armed forces. He vowed to give ITaly strong leadership. Mussolini had founded the Fascist Party in 1919. At first, he failed to win widespread. Finally, Mussolini oublicly criticized Italy's government.
Mussolini bred savage horses who were known to terrorize local villages(they hadn't had their pockets picked, if you catch my drift)
Benito Mussolini met an unpleasant death on July 25, 1943.
first answer: No, Mussolini and fascism did not supportgovernment ownership of property. He encouraged privateownership. . second improved answer: Fascism & communism are both socialist political & economic movements. Privateproperty ownership is one of the major differences between fascism&...
Benito Mussolini, was very interested in communication, and philosophy. He was often good with storytelling, and performing for crowds of people.
He became Prime Minister of Italy in October 1922. In Jan 1925 he announced that he was going to set up a Fascist dictatorship.. Over the course of the year he slowly took the country closer and closer to dictatorship, however it wasn't until Jan 1926 that he started ruling by decree (making him an...
well the people of Italy and Germany wanted there countries to be once more powerful and they felt that they needed strong leaders to get it-and remember Hitler was actually voted into the reichstag and was appointed chancellor which gave him emergency powers- eg passing laws without it going...
Mussolini didn't want other political parties to be voted for - once Italian citizens found out the Blackshirts were a fascist party, people chose to elect another party. When Mussolini outlawed other parties in 1926, it was impossible to vote for anyone else. People who spoke up against the regime...
one of them were called Benito Jr
Typical of the fascist ideology that both Hitler and Mussolini believed in, the two leaders tried to use rhetoric and propaganda to stir up feelings of anti-communism, anti-capitalism, antisemitism, nationalistic pride, and most importantly, that the laws and actions of the government are for the...
German troops under the leadership of Otto Skorzeny in a daring glider-borne rescue (Operation Eiche) while the deposed Italian dictator was held at Gran Sasso, Italy. See the link below.
Karl marx and Friedrich Nietzche
Answer . Prime Minister . King Victor Emmanuel had decided to use the Grand Council meeting to remove Mussolini as dictator and replace him with Marshal Pietro Badoglio . On Saturday, 24 July 1943, Fascits Party Secretary Carlo Scorza opened the meeting and after 9 hours of debate, a roll...
Initially, yes. In the 1920's and 30's he was very successful, but throwing Italy into WW2 was his downfall.
Benito Mussolini's whole name was Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini.
at first Hitler idolized Mussolini. And when world war 2 started Mussolini knew about hitlers rize to power, and knew how strong they had become that made nussolini fall for hitlers way and joined him.
Yes Benito Mussolini took over Italy during WW2
The term "Il Duce" is Italian meaning, the sweet one. It was an informal title of the dictator Benito Mussolini.
October 1922 - July 1943; almost 11 years.
Formed squads of terrorists to disrupt the socialist Party. By 1922, the Fascists had turned to intimidation through arson, beatings, and murder against local officials. This caused more direct power by the Chamber of Deputies. Then on October 29, 1922 he was asked to be minister. Italy and the...
Mussolini had a dictatorship that was called fascism. Fascism is a totalitarian government that is not communist.
yes they do hahah a trick
what is causes of mussolini gains popularity
Hitler was the dictator of Nazi Germany from 1933-1945. He claimed that the Jews were to blame for the economic and social problems in Germany. He and other Nazi high-ups devised what was known as the "Final Solution," which called for the systematic extermination of all Jews in Europe. This simple...
Mussolini was the driving force that turned Italy's Monarchy into a Fascist Empire. He did it by a peaceful march on rome oct 30th.
To restore the Rome Empire.
Mussolini used a variety of methods to come to power. For one, hepersuaded the masses to adapt a more socialist and fascist mindset.He believed this was the only defense against communism, which wasa plague to the people of Europe. Mussolini also used scare tacticsto force the existing government...
Disciplined organization. A former journalist, Mussolini was alsoan accomplished orator, both forceful and attractive. He exudedconfidence. He was persuasive. More importantly, he created anorganization, the Fascist Party, that offered rewards of power andinfluence to members who encouraged their...
\n. \nHe wanted to re-establish the Roman Empire. The name of his movement -- Fascism -- was taken from the Roman fasces carried by magistrates as a mark of their authority. The fasces was a bundle of rods bound around an axe.
Walter Audisio
Benito Mussolini, who led Italy from 1925 to 1943, became a fascistin 1919. He lived from 1883 to 1945.
He was hung by Italian partisans.
Mussolini did not have power over the Catholic Church. The central government for the Catholic Church is located at the Vatican in the northwest section of Rome. Italy recognizes it as a separate country and has no power over it. Mussolini was selected to rule as Prime Minister of Italy and...
Mussolini and his mistress were both shot, along with most of the members of their 15-man staff (primarily ministers and officials of the Italian Social Republic). The shootings took on place April 28, 1945 in the small village of Giulino di Mezzegra. According to the official version of events, the...
In 1939, Benito Mussolini invaded the kingdom of Albania.
Fascism was his method of control. Fascism- political philosophy in which total power is given to a dictator and individual freedoms are denied.
He finished up hanging from a lampost in the street.
by being a complete badass
Hitler wanted to take over more countries for living space and the power. He also tried to conquer many other countries. For more information check this out: http://www.sahistory.org.za/pages/chronology/thisday/1935-10-03.htm
he he....... U got no notions of history do u? Benito Mussolini entered ww2 (mind the 2). As for the main reason why he joined in WW2 was that Nazi Germany defeated France, made peace with the USSR and there were no other superpowers who opposed him except Britain, who no1 though could survive for...
He promised to bring bring Italy back to the days of the Roman Empire. The Italian flag back then had an eagle which symbolized the Roman Empire.
Not against any international law, but people (morally / ethics)will probably not like you for it.
They were allies, but not necessarily friends.
Because the partisans wanted to humiliate his dead body. Some sources say that there was a tradition of hanging thieves upside down.. The partisans choose Milan as the place to disply his body along with 15 other executed Fascists because that was the heart of the Fascists regime in the latter days...
I know that Hitler supported Mussolini.