Well, he was praised for making the trains run on time. Of course, his method wasn't especially nice. He threatened to have engineers executed if their trains were late!
Some facts about Benito Mussolini include:Mussolini's full name was Benito Amilcare Andrea MussoliniMussolini was a socialist before becoming a fascistMussolini did not become a true dictator until 1925Mussolini had 6 children. They were named Benito Albino Mussolini, Edda Mussolini, Vittorio Mussolini, Bruno Mussolini, Romano Mussolini, and Anna Maria MussoliniMussolini was nicknamed Il Duce which means 'The Leader'
Yes Mussolini had children. Some of them were Edda Mussolini, Romano Mussolini, Bruno Mussolini and Vittorio Mussolini.
Benito Mussolini invaded Libya.
arrogant, pompous and cocky
Benito Mussolini was a politician and a dictator. He may well have employed personal servants at some point, but in general he would not have been thought of as an employer.
Benito Mussolini from Italy
Adolph Hitler, Josef Stalin, and Benito Mussolini were dictators.
Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and some other guy. Stalin was the dictator of Russia/USSR. Adolf Hitler off Germany and Benito Mussolini of Italy if you are talking about world war 2.
Benito Mussolini believed that some races of people were less developed and inferior. He claimed that it was natural law for stronger races to dominate.
He made some changes and then he made people believe in a far right wing way off looking at things with his Red March
No, he was a dictator, dictators are not good rulers. ^ | | Not all dictators are BAD people. Some have done well.
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During World War II, Italy fought and took it over, led by dictator Benito Mussolini.
Benito Mussolini, 'Il Duce', although both the monarchy and the catholic church had some influence as well.
He liked burritos and an ideal datre would be to a taco joint and some casual sex afterwards.
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Anne Frank, Erwin Rommel, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, Eva Braun, Franklin Roosevelt.
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On 24 July 1943, Count Dino Grandi and the Grand Council of Fascism voted overwhelmingly to ask Victor Emmanuel (King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy) to resume his full constitutional powers-in effect, a motion of no confidence in Benito Mussolini. The next afternoon, the King - who had been planning to get rid of the dictator himself for some time - summoned Mussolini to the palace and dismissed him as Prime Minister in favour of Marshal Pietro Badoglio.
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Benito Mussolini was the dictator in charge of Italy during World War II. Some of the key features during his rule included a police state, public construction, and propaganda.
Below are some Benito Mussolini quotes:"Democracy is beautiful in theory; in practice it is a fallacy. You in America will see that some day.""Speeches made to the people are essential to the arousing of enthusiasm for a war.""Better to live a day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep.""If I advance; follow me! if I retreat; kill me! if I die; avenge me!""For my part I prefer fifty thousand rifles to five million votes.""War is to man what motherhood is to a woman. From a philosophical and doctrinal viewpoint, I do not believe in perpetual peace."
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Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini began his political career as a socialist. Later he saws the "virtue" of fascism. Many Italians were hurt economically after WW 1. Many of them leaned towards socialism and some towards the communism practiced in what became the USSR. The violence of the Bolshevik revolution in Russia, caused many Italians to fear that " communism" and its violence might be a threat to Italy. They saw Mussolini as their best protection against this and they also saw him as a leader of Italian nationalism. Mussolini and his "black shirts" destroyed any political opposition to Mussolini. He used the fears of the Italian people and their yearning of nationalism, to become the first fascist leader in Europe.