My autobiography: with the political and social doctrine of fascism by benito mussolini urged by american ambassador to rome richard washburn child to write his autobiography, benito mussolini hesitated only slightly before he dictated thoughts on his private and public life. Italian fascism was the first application of what would become a generic ideology encompassing, or allegedly encompassing, movements of the political right in every nation of western europe, the united states, the british commonwealth nations and even japan[4. Benito mussolini, the doctrine of fascism (firenze: vallecchi, 1936) library of congress call number dg571 m752 1936 note - to read this document online see wff document: benito m ussolini, the doctrine of fascism (1932.
There is an essay on the doctrine of fascism written by benito mussolini that appeared in the 1932 edition of the enciclopedia italiana, and excerpts can be read at doctrine of fascism there are also links to the complete text. The doctrine of fascism benito mussolini (1932) (only complete official text on the internet) (this article, co-written by giovanni gentile, is considered to be the most complete articulation of mussolini's political views. Study guide and teaching aid for benito mussolini: the doctrine of fascism featuring document text, summary, and expert commentary. A summary of italian fascism during the inter-war years (1919-1938) in 's the interwar years (1919-1938) learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of the interwar years (1919-1938) and what it means perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans.
Benito mussolini (1883-1945), duce of fascist italy from 1922 to 1945, needs no introduction the following selections are from his article entitled “the doctrine of fascism” which appeared in the italian encyclopedia of 1932. [this post sets up our first reading for unit three: benito mussolini’s “doctrine of fascism” when you’re done reading this post, head over to the text and annotate as you read (using hypothesis) there are several discussion questions below. Fascism peaked in popularity in europe in the 20s and 30 three of the most significant examples are italian fascism (under benito mussolini), german nazism (under adolf hitler), and spanish falangism (under francisco franco. Study questions: benito mussolini’s “the doctrine of fascism” italy’s leader and head of the fascist party, benito mussolini, had always resisted attempts to codify fascism yet when the enciclopedia italiana (“italian encyclopedia”. Benito mussolini was born in predappio, a hamlet above verano di costa in northern italy mussolini’s father, alessandro, was a blacksmith and an ardent socialist who scorned religion his mother, rosa maltoni, was an elementary school teacher and a very pious, devout catholic.
Benito mussolini outlines several essential characteristics of his preferred political ideology, fascism, in what has become known as the doctrine of fascism in this paper, mussolini outlines his vision of the ideology, and explains the major issues that fascism will address once it becomes the leading political system in italy. Transcript of political policies of mussolini mussolini's political policies by lois and mariana origins benito mussolini's political policies: government corporatism nationalism statism government was based on statism, corporatism and nationalism mussolini outlined his views in an article titled the doctrine of fascism according to. Fascism är en auktoritär politisk ideologi som har sitt ursprung i benito mussolinis fascistiska parti (från 1921 partito nazionale fascista) i italien, grundat efter första världskriget och med rötter i den italienska nationalsyndikalismen.
Benito mussolini coined the term “fascism” in 1919 to describe his political movement he adopted the ancient roman fasces as his symbol this was a bundle of rods tied around an ax, which represented the power of rome. Benito mussolini's father, alessandro mussolini, was a blacksmith and a socialist, the principles of the doctrine of fascism were laid down in an article by eminent philosopher giovanni gentile and mussolini himself that appeared in 1932 in the enciclopedia italiana. Ebooks-library publishes benito mussolini and other ebooks from all genres of literature, both fiction and non-fiction, historical documents and sheet music, all of which are available on a subscription basis. The mussolini family was, in fact, less humble than he claimed—his father, a part-time socialist journalist as well as a blacksmith, was the son of a lieutenant in the national guard, and his mother was a schoolteacher—but the mussolinis were certainly poor.
This is the only complete official translation we know of on the web, copied directly from an official fascist government publication of 1935, fascism doctrine and institutions, by benito mussolini, ardita publishers, rome, pages 7-42. Mussolini the doctrine of fascism this represents the most complete articulation of benito mussolini’s political views and the article is co-written by gentile it was published in early 1930s in italy. Benito mussolini was born and raised in dovia di predappio, italy he died by execution in giulino di mezzegra, italy in 1945 mussolini’s father was an atheist, freethinker and anti-papal and his mother a devout catholic 1 but benito followed more in the footsteps of his father and when he did accompany his mother to church, he was a malcontent, often getting himself into trouble.