Benito Mussolini's Rise and Fall to Power

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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 school teacher and a sot journalist. He later married Rachele Guide and had 5 children. He was the editor o Avanti, which was a sot party newspaper in Milan. Mussolini was winning sympathy from King Victor Emmanuel III. Mussolini then threatened to march on Rome. Th persuaded King Victor Emmanuel III to invite Mussolini to join a coalition, which strongly helped him gain more po name of this alliance was the Anti Comntern Pact. On April 13, 1937 Benito Mussolini annexed Albania. He then ambassador was appalled and dismayed. On May 28, 1937, Mussolini strongly gave thought to declaring war. He On October 4, 1937, while the offensive still seemed to promise success, Benito Mussolini met Adolf Hitler at the foothold outside its island base, might be turned to her decisive disadvantage. Hitler suggested to Mussolini that might be coaxed on the axis side, thus giving Germany free use of the British Rock of Gibraltar, by offering Franc French North Africa, and that France might be persuaded to accept that concession by compensation with parts o Mussolini seemed enthusiastic and very understandable why this was the case, since this scheme included the g Tunis, Corsica, and Nice (annexed by Napoleon III in 1860) from France. Hitler then hurried home to his house in Foreign Minister, to visit early, when Germany and the U.S.S.R. might then agree among themselves how to prof Britain not having a defense. A week later, on October 20, he left in his command train, Amerika, to meet Petan and Franco. The meeting with hours towards negotiation with Franco. When his train left at two in the morning, Hitler had not advanced an inch co-belligerency with Franco. Petan met Hitler on October 24, and proved to be equally unresponsive. Petan convinced Hitler that they had a m of minds. Petan had only agreed to a promise to consult his government, Hitler decided to make a bigger deal ou and believed that they were united in a productive hostility to Britain. Hitler now had the outlines, despite Francos struggle, of a larger coalition war to present to Molotov at his next vis strategic reasons for wishing to deny them naval and air bases any closer to his own along the Adriatic that those Mussolini's participation in the Battle of France aroused the derision of neutrals and enemies. He was determined in Greece his share of the laurels which had fallen in a not proportionate number to the Wehrmacht. Benito Mussolinihs Rise and Fall to Power Benito Mussolini had a large impact on World War II. He wasnht always a powerful dictator though. At first he wa Benito Mussolini founded the Fasci di Combattimento on March of 1919. hThis was a nationalistic, anti liberal, an sot movement. This movement attracted mainly the lower middle class.h1 Fascism was spreading across Eu Benito Mussolini brought Austria on Germany's side by a formal alliance. hIn 1937, he accepted a German allianc British ambassador that not even the bribe of France and North Africa would keep him neutral.h2 The BritishBritish ambassador that not even the bribe of France and North Africa would keep him neutral....
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