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Mussolini

Benito known as il Duce. 1883--1945, Italian Fascist dictator. After the Fascist march on Rome, he was appointed prime minister by King Victor Emmanuel III (1922) and assumed dictatorial powers. He annexed Abyssinia and allied Italy with Germany (1936), entering World War II in 1940. He was forced to resign following the Allied invasion of Sicily (1943) and was eventually shot by Italian partisans
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Asked if he is a fascist, white-haired Mr Pompignoli - who claimed he could be arrested for performing what he calls "a Roman salute" - replied: "I am a Mussolini supporter.
Asked if he is a fascist, white-haired Pierluigi, said: "I am a Mussolini supporter.
It did not take long for Mussolini to side with Adolf Hitler and adapt anti-Semitism of his own.
Party leader Giorgia Meloni announced Caio Mussolini's candidature over the weekend.
Un semplice esempio e il trattato sulla Bessarabia, che costituisce il maggior evento nelle relazioni fra i due paesi al tempo di Mussolini, e la maggior realizzazione di questo periodo storico per la Romania, che ottenne il riconoscimento dell'acquisizione della Bessarabia.
He wrote an open letter to Mussolini on his Facebook page that was picked up by the media and went viral -- it had been shared nearly 20,000 times by Monday.
On the Italian side of the Brenner Pass linking the country to Austria, where Hitler and Mussolini met three times in the 1940s, fascist 'souvenirs' are still widely sold.
Mussolini's movement grew quickly and he became known as II Duce (the Leader).
Rome: The body of Italy's controversial king Victor Emmanuel III returned to Italy on Sunday, amid a row over where the monarch who abetted dictator Benito Mussolini should be buried.
In an interview with the left-wing website Vox, following the Charlottesville melee, he provides this conveniently potted history to excuse the Antifa thuggery: "Anti-fascism originated in response to early European fascism, and when Mussolini's Blackshirts and Hitler's Brown-shirts were ascendant in Europe, various socialist, communist, and anarchist parties and groups emerged to confront them." It is a line he has repeated in other interviews generously lavished on him by the establishment media.
In 1929, after the Great Depression had hit Germany, an opinion poll of German voters revealed that in their minds the greatest ever statesman, except for Adolf Hitler, was Benito Mussolini. According to the poll, Mussolini was even more popular than King Frederick the Great of Prussia.
The Codex Fori Mussolini: A Latin Text of Italian Fascism.