Hirohito became emperor of Japan in 1926. The emperor had supreme authority over Japan, but some historians believe that Hirohito simply accepted the advice of Japanese ministers and military advisers. The role that Hirohito played in formulating Japan’s expansionist policies and in the Nanjing Massacre remains a debatable topic, and many historians have contradicting opinions on exactly how influential Hirohito was. For one, there is still controversy relating to Hirohito’s true role in political and military affairs. Some historians believe that Hirohito had limited influence over military and politics despite the political turmoil during his early reign.
Benito Mussolini, the now deceased dictator of Italy from 1925 to 1943, was the glimmering hope that the people of Italy looked to during their time of need. Some considered him a leader, a dictator, and even a God. Not many people know how he attained this power or what went wrong that led to his demise. Yet, he was able to leave his mark on Italy throughout his reign and even some time after. Mussolini’s rise and fall to power as dictator of Italy is attributed to his control over the people, him maintaining a good image towards the people and foreign countries, his economic decisions, and his inability to make effective decisions.
His roles as Chief Executive and Chief of State were explicitly represented through the well-organized bureaucracy and the fact that he was a well-respected power of authority within the government. Truman signed several successful bills while in office, such as the National Security Act, Fair Deal Program, and Housing Act, among many others. He was sure to make decisions that would benefit not only the nation as a whole but his specific party alignment as well. The economy during the time of his presidency was neither flourishing or in a critical state. Overall, Truman was found to be successful in regard to the seven different roles and guidelines that a favorable president is to meet
Teddy Roosevelt’s administration made the United States a world power and increased its global influence with his direction of imperialism, government projects and policies, and his increased military power around the globe. Roosevelt’s administration greatly impacted the nation's global influence with his new direction of imperialism. In the year of 1898, the United
Mussolini had told the nation he'd come to power through a violent takeover though, so he ordered his irregular troops to converge on Rome and had all his photographers waiting to show them waving sticks and guns to convince people that he won power by force. Mussolini wanted complete control. He still had to contend with the king and Parliament, which he threatened just one month after he came to power. Many of the powers to govern Mussolini wanted control over every aspect of the government, so when he began building his cabinet, he chose men he knew he could trust. Fifty opposition members of parliament were physically attacked and three were killed.
With all of his accomplishments while he was in office, consisting of the Square Deal, preserving lands, and many more, he improved the U.S overall. During Teddy Roosevelt’s first presidency, he attempted to tie with other governments, making this a political impact on the U.S. Therefore, when he noticed a problem or issue in another country, he traveled over there to stop it before it got too out of hand. He did this in order to preserve America and its people. Roosevelt saw the negotiations about the Panama Canal and intervened so it would help out Americans by connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean instead of
In years from 1855 to around 1870 he tried to change the Russian backward Russia into powerful European country, which could be compared to the West. THE first crucial reform he tried to implement was abolishing of serfdom. In the second year of his regime he signalized that necessity. He implemented liberal changes in universities, an in legal area. He gave bigger autonomy for Finland and Poland.
Indeed, Mussolini worked in the plan for a new architectural organization of Italian cities, and mainly of Rome. Indeed, Mussolini’s main project was the reorganization of Rome, which, according to the historian Richard Etlin, was “transformed into a physical setting to show that the Fascist state was the lineal descended of the ancient Roman Empire” (Turro, 17). Katherine Turron argues that the reorganization of Rome followed two different patterns. Mussolini indicted projects to excavate and bring to light the ruins of the ancient roman sites and bring back the architectural majesty that Rome had in the Ancient Empire. Indeed, the city planning of Rome was also a means of propaganda to emphasize the greatness of the fascism and its link with the ancient Roman Empire.
Fidel Castro Fidel Castro established the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere after leading an overthrow of the military dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista in 1959. Castro ruled Cuba for over five decades but eventually handed his power down to his brother Raúl in 2008. Cuba under Castro’s power, had a highly antagonistic relationship with the United States of America. Fidel Castro Ruz was born on August 13, 1926 on his family’s successful sugar plantation near Birán, Oriente Province, Cuba. From the start, Castro’s parents did not want him to go to school but he was set on receiving an education and ended up convincing them.
Even if he was not necessarily focused on one sphere as is hospitality, advances were certainly made as more and more woman joined the work force. Following the rise of Bolsheviks in former USSR, communism began to spread in Ex-Yugoslavia. Regimes planted within Russia were what Yugoslavia’s leader Josip Broz Tito was yet attempting to achieve. Both systems tried to find ways where they could integrate the female gender into the working environment. As Communism rose in Russia and Ex-Yugolsavia, roles were beginning to shake as the main component of the regime was enabling women to expand usual life patterns.