Essays Tagged: "Italian Fascism"

Mussolini

        Benito Mussolini was the founder of Italian Fascism and premier of Italy ruling as a dictator from about 1925 until his dismissal in 194 ... Giacomo Matteotti, he imposed a Totalarian Dictatorship. His Corperative State came to terms with Italian Capitalism but abolished the free trade unions. In 1929 he ended conflict with the church t ... as imminent and the Germans seemed to be winning the war.        After a series of Italian military disasters in Greece and North Africa, the leaders of his party abandoned him. The ...

(2 pages) 59 1 3.3 Dec/1996

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Fascism in Germany and Italy (contrast and comparisons).

Fascism in Germany and ItalyMany similarities exist between German fascism, or Nazism, and Italian fascism. For example, both fascist movements were brought into power after facing very simil ... Germans were exasperated by the exorbitant reparation payments forced upon them by the Allies, the Italians felt betrayed by the peace settlements for denying them the territory and status they deser ...

(3 pages) 112 1 5.0 Sep/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

How does National-Socialism fit within the model of Italian Fascism

The model of Italian fascism fits with National Socialism because they are very similar in foundations and belief ... totalitarianism and National Socialism were dissimilar in the means it took to become in power. The Italian totalitarian state did not come to power through a social revolution. But the National Socia ... simple solutions to complicated questions. Later he was put into power as total leader of Germany. Italian fascism came into power by Mussolini declaring himself leader in January of 1925. Even thoug ...

(2 pages) 30 0 4.7 Feb/2004

Subjects: Law & Government Essays

Italian Civilization

Italian Fascism and the ancient Roman Empire used different aspect of ideologies that united ancient ... The Roman Empire flourished through social, economic, political, military and religious strengths. Italian Fascism began to seek and to combine tough patriotism with modern developmentalism and an ag ... vism that would value violence, idealism, and anti-materialism (source 5). In addition, reinforcing Italian colonialism that originally embraced emancipation and rejected extreme imperialism and racis ...

(6 pages) 48 0 5.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Was force more important than persuasion in Mussolini's consolidation of power between 1924-29?

But he did not. Bosworth suggests that this was due to a balancing effect which the 'Machiavellian' Italian parliamentary system had on him and at least for a while Mussolini engaged in negotiations a ... would be folly to suggest that this alone meant he had now consolidated his power. The mass of the Italian people were un-politicised and felt that there was a separation between Legal Italy and 'Rea ...

(7 pages) 56 0 5.0 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

Why did Mussolini's power survive the Matteotti crisis?

support from these parties meant that Mussolini was to triumph. The King, the Army and the Elite of Italian society were the main factors in Mussolini's continued support.King Victor Emmanuel III was ... nist ideologies in general.Also influenced by the fear of a Socialist revolution were the Elites of Italian political and civil society, Industrialists whose natural alliance was with the right wing g ...

(5 pages) 30 0 4.5 Feb/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers

Explanations for the Rise of Fascism and National Socialism

on was that Fascism was a bourgeoisie conspiracy to stop a Socialist revolution in Europe, in which Italian leaders collaborated with German leaders to stop Socialism (of course this Fascist movement ...

(2 pages) 57 1 2.7 Mar/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

How far were Mussolini's policies really fascist?

vely, not as effective as Goebbels, but he used it and many people believed his ideas of a "perfect Italian". They should speak proper Italy, do not shake hands and have big families. Of course many p ...

(3 pages) 29 0 4.0 Dec/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

"Vain, boastful and blundering, his ambition far exceeded his ability to realise them." Is this judgement of Mussolini realistic or too harsh?

asses. As historian Mack Smith stated, "Mussolini lacked all nobility of character, but he knew the Italians and how to make them serve him." The Archbishop of Canterbury declared him "the only great ... Hitler. This was initially due to the Abyssinia invasion as Hitler had been his sole supporter. The Italian economy became increasingly tied with the German one, to Italian disadvantage; Italian expor ...

(6 pages) 21 0 5.0 Jan/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Italy and MussoliniI - Why did the fascists come to power in 1922?

factors to consider before a clear answer can be provided, but is it submitted that the role of the Italian King is the most significant. It can be argued that to provide an accurate response to this ... with the problems and disillusion of post-war Italy, the appeal of fascism to wide sections of the Italian people, Mussolini's opportunism and flexibility, and the fear of revolution coupled with the ...

(6 pages) 33 0 0.0 Apr/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

The Close Relationship Between Hitler and Mussolini

rmans success, he hoped to one day have as much power as Hitler. They had a very close relationship.Italian Fascism and German Nazism were greatly alike. They both called for national regeneration, on ... ng the broadcasts to foster personal contacts between the children though pen-pal arrangements. One Italian boy listener was alleged to have written: "I am proud that my people and friendly with yours ...

(3 pages) 62 1 3.5 Mar/2007

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

Italian Fascism

e movement introduced by Benito Mussolini at the end of World War I. The name fascist came from the Italian word fascio, which refers to a "bundle" of stick bound to an axe that was an ancient symbol ... y and power. Fascism was a response to the economic hardships and the longing for renewal that many Italians shared.In October 1922, in the course of a "March on Rome", Mussolini was aked to form a ne ...

(1 pages) 376 0 0.0 Apr/2001

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

To what extent should fascism be seen as inextricably linked with the First World War?

orld War I, but did not become a serious political power until Benito Mussolini took control of the Italian government in 1922. Benito Mussolini, who was originally a socialist, founded the `fascio di ... om other political parties and government institutions.Both German fascism, led by Adolf Hitler and Italian fascism, led by Benito Mussolini exploited many economical and political difficulties within ...

(9 pages) 811 0 0.0 Nov/2007

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Italian Facism

Italian Fascism "Everything for the state, nothing outside of the state, nothing above the state!" ... he political and economic problems within the country, war veterans and a plethora of other unhappy Italians banded with Benito Mussolini to establish Italian fascism in Milan on March 23, 1919 (Jazwi ... sh Italian fascism in Milan on March 23, 1919 (Jazwinski 1). The term fascist comes from the Italian word 'fascio' which is derived from the Latin word 'fasces'. 'Fasces' referred to the bundle ...

(2 pages) 8 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Italian Facism

Italian Fascism "Everything for the state, nothing outside of the state, nothing above the state!" ... he political and economic problems within the country, war veterans and a plethora of other unhappy Italians banded with Benito Mussolini to establish Italian fascism in Milan on March 23, 1919 (Jazwi ... sh Italian fascism in Milan on March 23, 1919 (Jazwinski 1). The term fascist comes from the Italian word 'fascio' which is derived from the Latin word 'fasces'. 'Fasces' referred to the bundle ...

(3 pages) 14 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Napoleon

t the future ruler of France was born a French citizen. His family had migrated to Corsica from the Italian mainland in the 16th century. The island had been transferred from the Republic of Genoa to ... red from the Republic of Genoa to France one year before Napoleon's birth. His christening name was Italian. It was spelled Napoleone Buonaparte. As a boy he hated the French, whom he considered oppre ...

(11 pages) 28 0 5.0 Jan/2009

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > Biographies

Nazism Vs Fascism

main difference between the two political groups was the rejection of race and anti-Semitism of the Italian Fascists. The Nazis believed strongly in anti-Semitism and racism, while the Fascists did no ... rful leader, we can see why they are often compared to each other.REFERENCESRoberts, David. (2009). Italian Fascism: New Light on the Dark Side. Journal of Contemporary History, 7/1/2009, Vol. 44, Iss ...

(4 pages) 0 0 0.0 Nov/2014

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History