By Chris Rowe
Written to hide the AQA heritage a degree Unit 2 specification (HIS2K), our pupil e-book presents a concentrated examine key occasions in Italy from 1922 to 1945 and permits scholars to realize a better knowing of the interval and overview the most important concerns.
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Extra info for AQA History AS Unit 2 A New Roman Empire? Mussolini's Italy, 1922-1945
What is the 'message' of each source? In what ways (and why) are the comments about M ussolini's views by Buozzi and M ussolini himself different? What similarities are there? And, using your own knowledge, can you explain and comment on the degree of difference or similarity? (b ) Use Sources A, B and C and your own knowledge. How important was - II (12 marks) fear of Socialism in winning support for Fascism in 1 922? (24 marks) Questions like this require a coherent overall argument showing the ability to evaluate the relative importance of fear of Socialism alongside a range of other factors, such as violence and intimidation, the popularity of Mussolini, or his political skill in compromising with the elites.
Traitor! ) MATTEOTII ( smiling to his friends) : And now you can prepare my funeral oration. The session in the Chamber of Deputies, 30 fvlay 1924. Quoted in C. Duggan, Force of Destiny: Italy Since 1796, 2007 Fig. 8 Giacomo fvfatteotti (7885-1924), the Italian politician who was murdered in 1924 II Key chronology The Matteotti Affair Fascist election victory 1 924 May Election violence exposed by Matteotti 1 924 j u ne Abduction and murder of Matteotti 1 92 5 january M ussolini speech in parliament 1 924 April Mussolini did not just regard Matteotti as a nuisance, he saw him as a dangerous threat.
Battle for the Lira and the Battle for Births. These speeches ha1nmered home the ideological messages of national pride, preparation for war and the greatness of Mussolini as leader. They were not only statements of economic policy, they were propaganda spectaculars used to reinforce 'Mussolinianism'. In foreign policy, Mussolini was desperate to make an immediate impact on public opinion. He wanted to demonstrate the fact that he was the man to restore national pride after the sense of humiliation that hung over Italy after the First World War.
AQA History AS Unit 2 A New Roman Empire? Mussolini's Italy, 1922-1945 by Chris Rowe