8 edition of Mussolini and fascist Italy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||DG571 .B54 1994|
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|LC Control Number||93045640|
In Mussolini and Fascist Italy Martin Blinkhorn explains the significance of the man, the movement and the regime which dominated Italian life between and the closing stages of the Second World War. He examines: those aspects of post-Risorgimento Italy which provided the longterm context vital to an understanding of Fascism ; the social and political convulsions wrought by economic change /5(38). Fascist Spectacle: The Aesthetics of Power in Mussolini's Italy (Studies on the History of Society and Culture) by Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi Book Description: This richly textured cultural history of Italian fascism traces the narrative path that accompanied the making of the regime and the construction of Mussolini's power. Simonetta Falasca.
Knox presents a thorough and very readable account of Mussolini's management (mismanagement) of fascist Italy's war. He does a great job of setting the stage for Italy's ineptitude in fighting their Mediterranean and North African campaigns and clearly shows how Mussolini's ambitions greatly outreached Italy's ability to wage war/5. Mussolini’s Children uses the lens of state-mandated youth culture to analyze the evolution of official racism in Fascist Italy. Between and , educational institutions designed to mold the minds and bodies of Italy’s children between the ages of five and eleven undertook a mission to rejuvenate the Italian race and create a second Roman : Eden K. McLean.
Published in Italian in , after many years of pioneering research in American and Italian archives, Migone’s book established him in Italy as an authority among left-liberal scholars of the fascist era and launched a career that would lead by way of the University of Torino to a seat in the Italian . Eden McLean is the author of "[Mussolini's Children: Race & Elementary Education in Fascist Italy], which focuses on the period between World War I and World War II. She explained how the fascist.
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Mussolini's Dictatorship studies the uncertain, shifting relationships between the Duce, the Fascist party, and the Italian state.
Three more chapters explore more closely Italian Fascism under Mussolini: Italy Under Fascism, Diplomacy and Imperialismand The Decline and Fall of Fascism Cited by: 6. Bosworth in his book on Mussolini's Italy makes an effort to show how the fascist regime grew within the state and the extent to which it dominated the state.
Fascism was not synonymous with Italian nationalism and Bosworth's explanations of the fascist growth lend credence to the idea that it was slow to take by: • Mussolini’s War: Fascist Italy from Triumph to Collapse, is published by Allen Lane (RRP £30).
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Fascist Italy had neither.” Mussolini’s War is an important book, adding much to our knowledge of Italy’s baleful contribution to the conflicts of the s and s. If it lacks a little colour and atmosphere, that is often the price to pay for a work of such meticulous scholarship.4/5(6).
This book is quite a sizable tome coming in at in excess of book is an interesting,detailed analysis of the rise and fall of Mussolini and Fascist text delves in some depth on Italy's campaign in North Africa and Europe and their relationship with Nazi Germany,where they were often reduced to junior partner status.I /5(7).
Mussolini was radical, talented, ambitious, insatiable. He fashioned fascism out of the ideas and circumstances of his time. Inhis socialist father, a blacksmith, named him for the most radical revolutionary of the time, the Mexican Benito Juárez.
His middle names were those of Italy. The accession of Mussolini, known in his youth as mangiaprete – priest-eater – didn't bode well for the papacy. The fascist squads had been.
Mussolini and His Generals: The Armed Forces and Fascist Foreign Policy, – By John Gooch. Cambridge University Press, $ American war correspondent Ernie Pyle once mused that Italy reminded him of a dog that got hit by a truck because it tried to bite the tires.
Book Description: Examining the breadth and scope of censorship in Fascist Italy, from Mussolini's role as 'prime censor' to the specific experiences of female writers, this is a fascinating look at the vulnerability of culture under a dictatorship.
eISBN: This book explores the motives, preparation, objectives, contact and consequences of Italy's war ofwhich ended the country's role as a great power and reduced it to the status of first among Germany's satellites. What Professor Knox demonstrates more clearly than any previous biographer or historian is the limits of Mussolini's power.
In particular, thanks to exhaustive research in the 5/5(1). An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software.
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Book Description. In Mussolini and Fascist Italy Martin Blinkhorn explains the significance of the man, the movement and the regime which dominated Italian life between and the closing stages of the Second World War.
He examines: those aspects of post-Risorgimento Italy which provided the longterm context vital to an understanding of Fascism. In this highly readable book, Goeschel, a scholar of twentieth-century Germany and Italy, revisits all of Mussolini and Hitler’s key meetings and asks how these meetings constructed a powerful image of a strong Fascist-Nazi relationship that still resonates with the general public.
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Historian David Kertzer says the Catholic Church lent strength and legitimacy to Mussolini's fascist regime.
Kertzer recently won a Pulitzer Prize for his book. Mussolini and Fascist Italy by Martin Blinkhorn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(39).
Benito Mussolini was an Italian political leader who became the fascist dictator of Italy from to Originally a revolutionary socialist, he forged the paramilitary fascist movement in.
Mussolini had been Italy’s fascist leader sincefirst as prime minister and, following his seizure of dictatorial powers inwith the title Il Duce. He took the country into World War II on the side of Nazi Germany in June Following the Allied invasion of Sicily in JulyMussolini was deposed and put under arrest; Italy then signed an armistice with the Allies in Cassabile.
FDR adviser Rexford Guy Tugwell said of Italian fascism: “It’s the cleanest, neatest, most efficiently operating piece of social machinery I’ve ever seen. It makes me envious,” adding that, “I find Italy doing many of the things which seem to me necessary Mussolini certainly has the same people opposed to him as FDR has.”.Also inMussolini was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the first time.
March on Rome. The March on Rome was a coup d'état by which Mussolini's National Fascist Party came to power in Italy and ousted Prime Minister Luigi Facta. The "march" took place in .