Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Mussolini essays

Mussolini essays Mussolini ¡s full name was Benito Mussolini. He was born in the town of Varnano dei Costa near the village of Predappio near Forli in the Romagna. Mussolini ¡s mother, Rosa Maltoni, was married to a blacksmith by the name of Alessandro Mussolini. He named his son Benito after the Mexican hero and patriot, Benito Juarez. He was born on Sunday, July 29 (1983) and died in the year 1945. When he was a child, Mussolini was know for his vanity and his quick temper. He was taught and educated in public schools and earned his diploma in 1901. With his diploma, the chances of him finding a job were inadequate and that made him move to Switzerland. While he was abroad, he studied the arts of socialists like Karl Marx(Marxism) which inspired him to become involved in socialist groups. His study of Marxism and the arts of socialists helped develop his political skills. He returned to Italy in 1904, with his techniques and his talents of journalism and dictatorship, he was able to advance in socialist circles in Italy. He was arrested in 1911for leading protests aginst the invasion of Libya After receiving this position in the paper, his pieces of work acted as 'scathing polemics ¡ against the Italian liberal government and the main opposition, the socialist reformists. In my opinion, even though is actions were against the liberal government and the fact that he was protesting against the invasion of Libya, he might have been a socialist on the outside, but a nationalist on the inside. The outbreak of the first world war was his official end with socialism. Italy entered the war in 1915 and Mussolini was dragged into it as well. In February 1917, he was badly injured when a grenade launcher he was firing exploded. The time he spent in the army and during his injury made him a more assured nationalist and that was the end of his socialist ways. After the end of the war, his sympathies lay with the country ¡s many war veterans and with t...

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