In fact, when Mussolini founded the Milan facio in March 1919, it had no clear-cut goals, except for a belief in action and a stated goal of strong foreign policy (Duggan, 2013). However, when Italy was driven from Fiume at the end of 1920, many Italians began to believe that Italy would have to develop strong foreign policy. In 1921, Mussolini formed the National Fascist Party and began to quickly amass power in the Italian government. One of the methods he did so was to tout his
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.
These were the three most important reasons causing the Second World War. Italian fascism in the 1920s, the political takeover in 1933 of Germany by Hitler and his Nazi Party and its aggressive foreign policy, and Japanese militarism and invasions of China in the 1930s. The first cause of World War II was the Italian fascism in the 1920s. Italian Fascism was rooted in Italian nationalism and hoped to restore and expand Italian lands to become more
With these circumstances, Hitler acted as President, as well as Chancellor, up until Hindenburg died in 1934, which is when Hitler was changed to Führer. Up until 1945, when he killed himself, Hitler was the dictator of Germany as Führer. Starting with the United State’s entrance into the war, the German holdings in other European countries collapsed (Bessel). Culture of the Third Reich When the Nazis took power, they took control of everything, and they regulated it. One of these instances is the Art,
The Roman Republic was an ancient Roman civilization that was created after the overthrow of the Roman Kingdom in 509 BC, and ending in 27 BC with the creation of the Roman Republic. The Roman Republic was created in order for the rich men named aristocrats to gain even more power by removing kings from the Roman government. Soon after, the Roman upper class turned politics into a violent competition in their strive for power. Gaius Marius’ creation of “client armies” led soldiers to become more loyal towards their commander than the republic. This resulted in a commander named Lucius Cornelius Sulla overtaking Rome with his client army and establishing himself as a dictator.
In 1919, Mussolini started his own political party called the Fascist Party, he hoped to expand the empire of Italy and eventually have the nation rule most of Europe. The members of the party wore black clothes and were commonly known as the "Black Shirts". They were often violent and didn 't hesitate to attack those who had different views or were of any opposing party 's. The Fascist Party became popular with the people of Italy putting Mussolini in a position of power. In 1922 Mussolini and his "Black Shirts" took control over the Government and in 1925 he was established as director.
Hitler lead his followers to believe the Jews were responsible for sending the world into WWI, and causing the deaths of 100,000 Germans. By blaming the Jews for the economic crisis, Hitler was able to make them responsible for all of Germany’s woes. Discrimination started with boycotting Jewish owned businesses, and then the Nazi’s used propaganda stating “Don’t buy from the Jews” and “The Jews are our misfortune”. Then the discrimination against the Jews escalated to murdering the Jews mostly in part to the Wannsee Conference. The Wannsee Conference was held January 20, 1942, this was a high-level meeting to discuss the “Final Solution”.
Joseph Vandeventer Mrs. Baker English II-6 18 May 2016 The Life of Julius Caesar “If you must break the law, do it to seize power, in all other cases, observe it” – Julius Caesar. This quote shows exactly what kind of man Caesar was, only breaking the law when he thought it was needed to help empower himself and Rome. Julius Caesar was, a ruthless general and dictator who slew Pompey, a member of his triumvirate, so he could take power over Rome, only to be outright murdered by conspirators a year later. Julius Caesar was born in Rome, Italy, 100 B.C. His Parents were Gaius Julius Caesar and Aurelia Cotta.
Augustus Caesar established the Roman Empire in 31 B.C.E. after inheriting the throne from his great-uncle, Julius Caesar. At the time of his rising to power Rome was in shambles due to multiple civil wars. In order to bring unification back to Rome, “Augustus allied with Marc Antony to reunify Rome by killing off most of its enemies in two of the bloodiest battles in the history of the Roman Empire” (Blackwell). Through many hard fought and costly battles Augustus never gave up however, and pushed his forces to keep on fighting.
There are a a lot of events that led to the beginning of World War II. But, a lot of the events leading to World War II were a direct result due to World War I. One event leading to World War II started with Hitler rising to power in the 1930s, as he was trying to rebuild Germany. As Germany, was crippled due to World War I and the Treaty of Versailles. Germany was crippled due to World War I and the Treaty of Versailles because Germany lost the war, had to take responsibility, and pay a large amount of money.