Mussolini

Mussolini
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  • Mussolini was a bully at school and moody at home!
  • You don't have friends
  • Oh, no!
  • Mussolini went to fight in the war.
  • Kill him!
  • On the night of May 9, 1936, he announced to an enormous, expectant crowd of about 400,000 people standing shoulder to shoulder around Piazza Venezia in Rome that “in the 14th year of the Fascist era” a great event had been accomplished: Italy had its empire.
  • Mussolini created fasci di combattimento (“fighting bands”), groups of fighters bound together by ties
  • We will improve the country's state
  • In the summer of 1922, Mussolini’s opportunity presented itself. All over Italy the Fascists prepared for action, and the March on Rome began. They were threatening to bring down the government.
  • Oh, no!
  • In 1938, following the German example, Mussolini’s government passed anti-Semitic laws in Italy that discriminated against Jews in all sectors of public and private life and prepared the way for the deportation of 20 percent of Italy’s Jews to German death camps during the war.
  • I'm a Jew
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