Since Mussolini used his blackshirts who are Fascists to help make the event a reality, which shows him as a man with power. The March on Rome also helped the Facta government to resign, which helps to put Mussolini in the prime minister position. Another, significant reason is the activities of the Socialists and how they helped create a fear of Bolshevism, due to Mussolini using it to his advantage in a way to rise to
He has shown that as long as capitalism is there, the threat of fascism is always there. The crisis in capitalism which leads to the economic misery of the masses produces fascism. Thus, the ultimate cure of fascism is to uproot capitalism itself. However, it must be prevented whenever and wherever the fascist party rises. One of the reasons for the failure to prevent the Nazi party was lack of united opposition to it.
The early 1900s in Italy brought a number of changes that kept the society unbalanced. In the year 1900 Victor Emmanuel III came into power after his father was assassinated, Mussolini came into power with his Fascist movement, and a new Pope was elected, both in the 1920s. Emmanuel III was a weak man who never felt secure with his position because of his outward appearance (The Pope and Mussolini, pg. xxiii). Mussolini came to power in 1922 and Achille Ratti, later know as Pope Pius the XI, and was also elected in 1922.
When he lived in Italy, there was a lot of fighting and rising tension over in Europe. He also thought about how Europe had been on the verge of war since before he moved away. And that if he loved his country, he would fight the wickedness in another before it destroyed this country. So in 1938, he joined our army, he ended up being right. In 1939, a war started in Europe.
Julius Caesar wanted to be apart of the Roman consul which gave immense power in government and also gave him his own province with his own military which he runs. In particular Julius Caesar was really only interested in only one province which was Gaul. Gaul provide loads of wealth, power, and he would be able to expand to the north. At this time Julius Caesar was gaining popularity with the Roman people. In his attempt at being a consul, he appealed to many normal people of Rome helped him grow in popularity but also since he was fighting for change made the aristocrats who are very conservation at this time not liking Julius
The firearms specifically helped him win the Battle of Adwa which was fought on 1 March 1896 against Italy. The battle was fought due to a simple misinterpretation since the Treaty of Wichale was interpreted by the Italians as giving Italy a protectorate over Ethiopia. When Menelik heard about the Italian interpretation he denied having agreed to it and renounced the treaty giving reason to start a battle like the one in Adwa. This crowning battle secured Ethiopian sovereignty as it was a resolute defeat for the Italians. He turned to the Italians and French as well as to other European countries for Western technology too.
After Piero’s death, citizens of Florence demanded the restoration of the Republic in fear for chaos and civil war, but Lorenzo surprised everyone with his intelligence. Lorenzo was one of the great Italian leaders; a politician, a man of power and culture, and a Renaissance man. His succeeded his father at a very young age and immediately faced difficult situations such as financial problems, conspiracies, and papal issues. He was accused of ruining the state and lavishly abusing the wealth of Florence, but those accusations were all false because he managed to do the complete opposite; reinforce the power of Florence as well as the family
Anyone that he didn’t want alive, didn’t have much of a chance to survive. He used his influence to start World War II and influenced the Germans to fight for their country. Other ways that Hitler influenced the German citizens included making many appearances in front of large crowds by using military music. He had “elaborate ceremonies and dramatic speeches to demonstrate the glory of Germany and of his own leadership” (“Hitler, Adolf”). It is generally accepted that once someone is famous or popular, they can become influential and so it
Augustus’ advances in a conservative policy for Rome, a new form of government, and the rebuilding of the city allowed him to rule the Roman world for nearly half a century. Marcus Aurelius’ was a Stoic ruler who did his best to keep his chin up and inspire those around him to become better than they were. His work, Meditations, because the basics for Stoic philosophy, in which are still used today. Even though both emperors left a mark on Rome, Augustus’ reign was far more important. His goal was not just to rebuild Rome, but to rebuild it so the generations to come would be able to continue to thrive, and that is exactly what happened.
The French Revolution ignites the rise to power of Bonaparte. In our opinion, he is a man with a sense of responsibility. He believed that he had a hidden power that he had ability to create friendship with people of influence. His luck, timing, and intellect help him to rise to power. He easily grab the opportunities that come to him, he knew that it will benefit him.