The unstable governments of the past years had Italy yearning for a strong leader, and when it was needed the most Mussolini stood up and took that role. Mussolini was the dictator of fascist Italy, and his ways of getting to that point were extremely efficient. With the help of his Blackshirts and a charismatic personality he worked his way up to total power. Italy was never planning to join the war, the liberal democratic government was against it at the time. Splinter groups like the one Mussolini was a part of wanted to join the war on the side of the Entente.
With this new problem in Rome, it formed another obstacle to the unification. This was when France occupied Rome in 1848. The Napoleon Conquest and reform of 'Italy' had revealed to Italians the advantages of enlightened laws and also promoted their desire to free themselves from foreign rule. The restoration of 1815 lost for the Italians in large measure the advantages of French rule and substituted the French domination by Austrian domination. Revolutionary reactions grew, starting with overthrowing the existing government and then slowly approving the idea of unity for all of 'Italy".
While Europe was plagued with diseases and constant warfare, Islamic kingdoms in Africa were prospering. After the fall of the Kingdom of Ghana, the Mali Empire rose to dominate Western Africa. It became one of the most prominent states in the Islamic world, in large part due to Musa Keita I. Considered to be one of the richest people to ever live, he has been credited with making the Mali Empire a cultural center in the Islamic world. Musa’s pilgrimage to Mecca, which not only was one of the grandest journeys in history but also had a significant influence on numerous kingdoms and the spread of Islam in Africa.
When Mussolini was captured, political power over Italy was restored to the royal family heir, Victor Emmanuel III. His first action was to appoint a man named Marshal Pietro Badoglio as Prime Minister, who then pledged cooperation with the allied forces and promised to continue fighting in the war. The fascist government party was dismissed and many political activists who had been imprisoned under Mussolini’s rule were granted amnesty and released. Although fascism no longer had a hold on Italy, the repercussions of Mussolini’s government and the physical and social destruction left behind from the war left Italy in a state of serious depression. Social conditions in this post-war Italy were almost unbearable.
During his era the Ottoman Empire experienced spectacular economic growth and that lead up to the golden age of the Ottoman empire(Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent. 1). This age was filled with knowledge and wisdom and the culture was mixed with different backgrounds of people and religion. Sultan Suleyman had a lot of nicknames and one of them is the lawmaker as Suleyman was the first sultan to create law and rules, before Suleyman other Sultans would follow the rules of the Holy Quran only, but Suleyman saw that creating new rules that are mixed with the sharia and it was called Kanun. During the golden age of the Ottoman Empire experienced new arts, different cultures and religions which shaped the empire in a way that it can interact with the people in a positive way by letting everyone live in peace and by their beliefs(Yalman, Suzan
The second world war covers much larger land than the first world war , Although Italy was a victorious power . it was unhappy with the Paris peace settlement. It joined the Allied power in the first world war because they promised to give it some land. However , Italy failed to get what it wanted at the Paris peace conference . The discontent of the Germans and the Italians with the Paris peace settlement paved the way for the outbreak of the second world war .
Japan attacked Hong Kong as it was under Britain, which were their enemies, and it would be a jab to them if they lost, and the Japanese were on a train ride, with every stop being another success; after winning against China, a huge country, Hong Kong didn’t seem like a strong opponent. And since they had just attacked Pearl Harbour and taken away multiple vessels from the USA, they knew that America would have cared more about Pearl Harbour. They also knew that the land was good land to own, as it can work in many different strategic ways. And in order to be able to collect this piece of land, the Japanese needed a large amount of soldiers. In the category of manpower, they delivered, as they sent 50,000 men, whereas the defence,
Julius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln were similar in a lot of ways. Both were very famous political ﬁgures known for dealing with civil wars amongst their countries. They also both supported the common people and wanted to advance their countries to be more modern. Caesar updated the Roman Calendar and contributed to many reforms that helped the common people of his empire. Lincoln was a supporter of stopping the expansion of slavery which won him the popularity of the northern states.
The U.S. would provide food, machinery and other materials for the countries, even Communist Yugoslavia received aid after it broke away from Soviet domination. This is important because it helped prevent the rise of Communist government and helped the U.S. gain more allies in Europe. Therefore, Marshall Plan was a spectacular success to U.S. Second, the surrogate war avoided the whole Aisa fell into the communists. Later, the surrogate war happened in Korea pushed the U.S to a higher level. On June 5,
As both lines met clashing in the center. A stalemate was quickly concluded; neither side gave ground, nor showed signs of fatigue. However, in a stunning change of play–the Roman calvary who had left the battle hours earlier returned, sandwiching the Carthaginian forces. Ultimately winning the battle for Scipio and his forces. For the first time during the Second Punic War, Rome had defeated Hannibal when it counted most–ceasing his territory of the Spanish, Italian, and north-african