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  Benito Mussolini
Benito Mussolini was born on July 29th, 1883 in the town of Varnano dei Costa near the village of Predappio.
Benito Mussolini was an avid writer and after he finished his schooling, he became an editor for the Milan socialist paper "Avanti".
Although Mussolini quenched his thirst for power, he was still enraged by the treatment Italy received for their part in defeating the Germans and Austrians in World War I. He had visions of a new Roman Empire and he could see the day when the Mediterranean Sea became the "Mare Nostrum"(Our Sea).
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  Benito Mussolini information - Search.com
Mussolini was born in a village named Predappio in the state of Forlì, in Emilia-Romagna.
Mussolini." Mussolini and his generals sought to cloak the operations of chemical warfare in the utmost secrecy, but the crimes of the fascist army were revealed to the world through the denunciations of the International Red Cross and of many foreign observers.
Mussolini was survived by his wife, Donna Rachele Mussolini, by two sons, Vittorio and Romano Mussolini, and his daughters Edda, the widow of Count Ciano and Anna Maria.
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  Benito Mussolini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mussolini." Mussolini and his generals sought to cloak the operations of chemical warfare in the utmost secrecy, but the crimes of the fascist army were revealed to the world through the denunciations of the International Red Cross and of many foreign observers.
Mussolini was survived by his wife, Donna Rachele Mussolini, by two sons, Vittorio and Romano Mussolini, and his daughters Edda, the widow of Count Ciano and Anna Maria.
Mussolini's granddaughter Alessandra Mussolini, daughter of Romano Mussolini, is currently a member of the European Parliament for the neo-fascist alliance Alternativa Sociale, other relatives of Edda (Castrianni) moved to England after the second world war.
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 Giovanni Gentile e Benito Mussolini: about this text
Mussolini claimed that it would help strengthen a relatively new nation (which had been united only in the 1860s in the Risorgimento), although some would say that, like Lenin, he wished for a collapse of society that would bring him to power.
Mussolini was a passionate public speakerMost of his time was spent on propaganda, whether at home or abroad, and here his training as a journalist was invaluable.
Mussolini's granddaughter Alessandra, daughter of Romano Mussolini, is currently a deputy in the Republican Chamber.
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 The World at War: Benito Mussolini
Mussolini's rise to power was rapid; his Fascist Party Blackshirts marched into Rome in 1922, a year before Hitler's failed first attempt to seize power, the Munich Beer Hall Putch, landed the German in prison.
Benito Mussolini, "IL DUCE", Prime Minister of Italy, is an Axis European political leader.
Mussolini was deposed by a revolt within his own Fascist Grand Council, and Victor Emmanuael III, the King of Italy, who had been reduced to a figurehead by Mussolini, appointed Marshal Badoglio to be the new Prime Minister.
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Mussolini uses his charisma and talent at public speaking to popularise the movement as the bastion of Italian nationalism and a bulkhead against the communist "threat".
Mussolini is appointed prime minister of a coalition government and begins transforming Italy into a fascist regime, where the individual belongs to the state.
Mussolini announces the Italian victory to a jubilant crowd of 400,000 in Rome on 9 May. In 1937, following a failed assassination attempt on the Italian colonial governor, 30,000 Ethiopians are executed.
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Under the banner of this authoritarian and ideology Mussolini was able to exploit fears the survival of capitalism in an era which postwar depression the rise of a militant left and a feeling of national and humiliation stemming from its 'mutilated victory' the hands of the World War I peace treaties seemed to converge.
Mussolini was substituted by the Maresciallo d'Italia Pietro Badoglio who immediately declared in a famous " La guerra continua a fianco dell'Alleato Germanico " ("War continues at the side of German allies") but was instead working to a surrender; in a few days (September the 8th) Badoglio would sign an armistice with troops.
Mussolini's granddaughter Alessandra daughter of Romano Mussolini is currently a deputy in the Chamber.
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Benito Mussolini's 1939 Lancia to be Auctioned on eBay to Benefit Children's Hospital.
Mussolini was called Duce [leader] by his followers; his official title was "head of the government," and he held, besides the premiership, as many portfolios as he saw fit.
Mussolini's body was later removed, and in 1957 it was placed in his family's vault.
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 Mussolini, Benito. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Mussolini was called Duce [leader] by his followers; his official title was “head of the government,” and he held, besides the premiership, as many portfolios as he saw fit.
Mussolini was at first cool to Adolf Hitler and opposed his designs on Austria.
Mussolini’s body was later removed, and in 1957 it was placed in his family’s vault.
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 Benito Mussolini Biography
Benito Mussolini was born in Predappio, near Forli, in Romagna.
Mussolini claimed that it would help strengthen a relatively new nation (which had been united only in the 1860s in the Risorgimento), although some would say that, like Lenin, he wished for a collapse of society that would bring him to power.
Mussolini's granddaughter Alessandra, daughter of Romano Mussolini, is currently a deputy in the Republican Chamber representing the post-fascist Alleanza Nazionale party for Naples.
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 Mussolini - MSN Encarta
Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), founder of Fascism and prime minister and dictator of Italy (1922-1943).
Mussolini was born in Predappio, a small town in north central Italy, near the city of Forlì.
Most socialists, including Mussolini at the time, wanted the country to remain neutral on the grounds that the war was imperialistic and contrary to workers’ interests.
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 Benito Mussolini, A Biography
Mussolini was born on July 29,1883, in Dovia di Predgppio, in Forli.
Mussolini, was badly defeated by the British force that led an embarrass to Hitler.
Mussolini's home was weaken by the invasion of Allies and then he had was rescued by Otto Skorzeny.
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 Benito Mussolini Biography
Benito Mussolini was born in Predappio, near Forli, in Romagna.
Both a movement and a historical phenomenon, Italian Fascism was, in many respects, an adverse reaction to both the apparent failure of laissez-faire and fear of the left, although trends in intellectual history, such as the breakdown of positivism and the general fatalism of postwar Europe were also factors.
Mussolini's granddaughter Alessandra, daughter of Romano Mussolini, is currently a deputy in the Republican Chamber representing the post-fascist Alleanza Nazionale party for Naples.
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 Benito Mussolini, Dictator of the Month June, 2002
Mussolini was born in Dova di Predappio, near Forlì, in Romagna.
Mussolini's skill in propaganda was such that he had surprisingly little opposition to suppress.
Mussolini's body was then buried in an unmarked grave in a Milan cemetery until the 1950's, when his body was moved back to Predappio.
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 Benito Mussolini Biography
Benito Mussolini was head of the Italian government from 1922 to 1943.
Benito Mussolini was born at Dovia di Predappio, Italy, on July 29, 1883.
Mussolini then joined forces with German dictator Adolf Hitler (1889–1945) and in 1938 began to attack Jewish people within the country just as Germany was doing.
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 Benito Mussolini Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
The Italian dictator Benito Mussolini (1883-1945) was head of the Italian government from 1922 to 1943.
Benito Mussolini was born at Dovia di Predappio in Forlì; province on July 29, 1883.
Mussolini became a member of the Socialist party in 1900, and his politics, like his culture, were exquisitely bohemian.
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 First World War.com - Who's Who - Benito Mussolini
Mussolini's extreme right-wing views, while prominent, were secondary to those of the eccentric nationalist Gabriele D'Annunzio (with whom Mussolini took care to foster good relations even after the latter's rise to power).
Mussolini - who was active overseas in the 1930s, a period which included the Italian invasion of Ethiopia in 1935 - led Italy for much of the Second World War, having carved an unequal alliance with Adolf Hitler's Germany.
Mussolini's fascist regime ultimately collapsed in 1945; he was murdered shortly thereafter.
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Benito Mussolini was born in Predappio, Romagna, July 29, 1883.
Benito became the editor at Forli of a socialist newspaper, La Lotta di Classe (The Class Struggle).
Mussolini was called up for military service where he was wounded in grenade practice in 1917.
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Mussolini, Benito MUSSOLINI, BENITO [Mussolini, Benito], 1883-1945, Italian dictator and leader of the Fascist movement.
When Benito Mussolini seized power in 1922 and formed a coalition ministry, Gronchi became undersecretary for industry and commerce.
He was finance minister in Gabriele D'Annunzio's government at Fiume (1919), one of the first senators named by Benito Mussolini, and a delegate (1923) to the League of Nations.
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Benito Mussolini - Mussolini, Benito Mussolini, Benito, 1883–1945, Italian dictator and leader of the Fascist...
Benito Mussolini: Early Career - Early Career His father, an ardent Socialist, was a flsmith; his mother was a teacher.
Benito Mussolini: Fateful Alliance with Germany - Fateful Alliance with Germany Mussolini was at first cool to Adolf Hitler and opposed his designs...
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 Benito Mussolini
His early enthusiasm for Karl Marx was modified by a mixture of ideas from the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche, the revolutionary doctrines of Louis Auguste Blanqui, and the syndicalism of Georges Sorel.
In 1910, Benito Mussolini became secretary of the local Socialist party at Forli.
In foreign policy, Mussolini soon shifted from pacifist anti-imperialism to an extreme form of aggressive nationalism.
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 Benito Mussolini - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Benito Mussolini (Il douche) was the Fascist dictator of Italy during World War II.
Benito aspired to re-create the Roman Empire, and began by invading the very places that made Rome a super power: Ethiopia and Albania.
Mussolini, being the military genius that he was, chose to stay out of the major combat untill it was clear who would win.
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 Benito Mussolini: First World War
Mussolini was active in the socialist movement but moved to right in 1914 when the Italian government failed to support the Triple Alliance.
Mussolini headed a coalition of fascists and nationalists and parliamentary government continued until the murder of the socialist leader, Giacomo Matteotti in 1924.
Mussolini, with mistress, Clara Petacci, and twelve members of his Cabinet, were executed by partisans in a village on Lake Como yesterday afternoon, after being arrested in an attempt to cross the Swiss frontier.
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 Benito Mussolini
Benito Mussolini is the youngest Prime Minister of Italy on October 31, 1922.
Not too long ago Benito changed the Italian government and now all the rights of the Italians have been taken away, freedoms lost are the freedom of speech and that opposing parties against the new Italian Government are not allowed.
Benito Mussolini was tricked into joining the German Government because he thought it wouldn't cost as much to fight the German rather than the Allies.
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Benito Mussolini was born on July 29th 1883 near Predappio, in north-east Italy.
Mussolini did better at his next school and he went on to become a qualified teacher even if he was not interested in teaching.
Mussolini still claimed to be a socialist but his colleagues disagreed.
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