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Italian fascism, 1919-1945

By: MORGAN, PHILIP

Part of the The making of the twentieth century series
0333537793 / 9780333537794
Paperback
320.5'33'0945'0904
20/03/1995
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England
22 cm xi, 209p.
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This book charts the evolution of Italian Fascism from its inconspicuous beginnings as an anti-party movement in 1919 to its equally inauspicious ending as a Nazi German satellite in 1945.

It shows how and why Fascism came to power in 1922 as a mass movement of middle class reaction against socialism and parliamentary liberal policies in a period of serious postwar political and social crisis, and how the attempt to implant a totalitarian new order culminated in a Fascist war which exposed the pretensions and inadequacies of 'fascistization' and dissolved the Fascist consensus.

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