The fall of Mussolini

his own story.
  • 212 Pages
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Farrar, Straus, [1948] , New York
World War, 1939-1945 -- Italy., Italy -- History -- 1922-1945 -- Sou

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Italy, I

StatementTr. from the Italian by Francis Frenaye; ed. and with a pref. by Max Ascoli.
ContributionsFrenaye, Frances, 1912- tr., Ascoli, Max, 1898-1978, ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDG575.M8 A542
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6032967M
LC Control Number48010400
OCLC/WorldCa1320171

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In the sixty-two years in between those two fateful afternoons Mussolini lived one of the most dramatic lives in modern history. Hibbert traces Mussolini's unstoppable rise to power and details the nuances of his facist ideology. This book examines Mussolini's legacy and reveals why he continues to be both revered and reviled by the Italian by: 2.

It was Mussolini's own The Fall of Mussolini, originally published in Milan in and first translated into English in this edition in /5. "The Fall of Mussolini" covers the tumultuous period in Italy from roughly the removal of Mussolini from power in July (much to to the surprise of many, by then King of Italy, etc., Victor Emmanuel III, after Italy's fortunes in the war turned) to his execution in April after he returns as a puppet of the Nazi Empire in September Cited by: 2.

In this powerful history, Philip Morgan tells the dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event. Morgan recounts how King Emanuel first ousted Mussolini and how Germany then succeeded in putting him back in place, this time as a puppet of the Nazis/5.

The book pivots around Mussolini’s Wrst fall from power in July and the armistice of September The dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event.

Morgan shows how Italians of all classes coped with the extraordinary pressures of wartime living, both on the military and home fronts, and how their experience of the country at war eventually distanced them from the dictator and his fascist regime. In the sixty-two years in between those two fateful afternoons Mussolini lived one of the most dramatic lives in modern history.

Hibbert traces Mussolini's unstoppable rise to power and details the nuances of his facist ideology. This book examines Mussolini's legacy and reveals why he continues to be both revered and reviled by the Italian people/5(29).

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The Rise and Fall of Fascism. From his birth in to the day of his death in Benito Mussolini was many things to many men. Son of a blacksmith of radical persuasion, Mussolini was a born revolutionary. He was named after Benito Juarez, the Mexican revolutionary leader.

As he grew up he knew the hunger and hardships of the laboring class. ROME — Mussolini is invading Italy’s bookstores.

For weeks, Antonio Scurati’s “M,” a doorstop of a novel about the rise of the dictator, Benito Mussolini, has sat on Italian best-seller Author: Emma Johanningsmeier. It is a dictated, narrative autobiography recounting the author's youth, his years as an agitator and journalist, his experiences in World War I, the formation and revolutionary struggles of the Fascist Party, the March on Rome, and his early years in power.

Children S Book Review Il Duce The Rise And Fall Of. Award winning actor antonio banderas stars in this gripping tale of th deadly rise of italian dictator benito mussolini.

rising quickly from within the ranks of the socialist party, mussolini became local chief of the italian socialist party at a young age, where he developed his instinct for power and his talent for intrigue as he played. mussolini and the fall of fascism, 25 july a reappraisal - volume 61 issue 3 - emilio ginAuthor: Emilio Gin.

In this powerful history, Philip Morgan tells the dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event.

Morgan recounts how King Emanuel first ousted Mussolini and how Germany then succeeded in putting him back in place, this time as a puppet of the : Oxford University Press.

THE FALL OF MUSSOLINI ITALY, THE ITALIANS, AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR PHILIP MORGAN 1. 4 The Forty-Five Days, July to September T heinternational consequences of Mussolini’s dismissal by the king on 25 July were signiWcant but contained.

The Italian ramiWcations of Mussolini’s fall were less immediately signiWcant, but ultimately. On the night of J in Rome, in the Palazzo Venezia, the fate of Benito Mussolini, who had ruled Italy sincewas decreed, who at the time of his fall was not only the Duce, the leader of fascism, but also the head of the government and the foreign minister.

In this powerful history, Philip Morgan tells the dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event. Morgan recounts how King Emanuel first ousted Mussolini and how Germany then succeeded in putting him back in place, this time as a puppet of the Nazis.

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Ian Thomson. From ‘divine Caesar’ to Hitler’s lapdog – the rise and fall of Benito Mussolini Il Duce was always the weaker partner in Nazi-Fascist Pact of Steel. Praise for Mussolini: The Rise and Fall of Il Duce “Christopher Hibbert is a wonderful narrative historian who has illuminated many corners of Italian life and history.

He has the gift of creating scenes and characters, of rendering the vividness of the by: 2. The fall of Mussolini Italy, the Italians, and the Second World War by Morgan, Philip. Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York. Written in EnglishCited by: 2. In this powerful history, Philip Morgan tells the dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event.

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Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Fall of Mussolini: Italy, the Italians, and. The Fall of Mussolini: Italy, the Italians, and the Second World War, by Philip Morgan. Oxford, Oxford University Press, ix, pp. $ US (cloth), $ US (paper). Philip Morgan's The Fall of Mussolini is a book about remembering, and the politics of remembering and forgetting, as much as the history of events named in the title.

The dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event.1/5. The dramatic story of Mussolini's fall from power in Julyilluminating both the causes and the consequences of this momentous event.

Morgan shows how Italians of all classes coped with the extraordinary pressures of wartime living, both on the military and home fronts, and how their experience/5(4). Photo: The death of Benito Mussolini Christopher Duggan is professor of Modern Italian History at the University of Reading.

His book,Fascist Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini’s Italy, is published by Oxford University Press in the United States and has won the Wolfson Prize.

J Seventy years ago today, in the late afternoon [ ]. Lead book review. From ‘divine Caesar’ to Hitler’s lapdog – the rise and fall of Benito Mussolini Mussolini dreamed of a new Roman empire and dominion over the Mediterranean. Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mussolini, Benito, Fall of Mussolini.

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