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Extra Credit Book Form 1Title Fascism 2Author Richard Tames 3Publisher Raintree Steck-Vaughn Publishers 4Copyright Date 2001 5Number of Pages 64 6How long did it take to read the book 1 day 7Why did you choose this book I wanted to get a better understanding of fascism 8What is the main subject of the book The nature of fascism and the studies of two fascist states Italy and Germany 9Benito Mussolini was dictator of Italy from 1922-1943 As a little boy he was proved bright but violent He was expelled from school fives times Out of these five times two were for stabbing fellow students Mussolini had different careers before he reached the age of 30 He was a teacher laborer agitator army deserter journalist union organizer prisoner and editor of the Socialist Party newspaper Avanti He was drafted in 1915 and served as corporal until he was wounded and was discharged in 1917 Gabriele dAnnunzio was a famous poet at the age of 16 While fighting in World War I Gabriele lost an eye and was given the award of bravery A daring air raid over Vienna in 1918 made him a national hero Gabriele was admired by many for acting boldly in a bombardment between the disputing sides of Italy and Yugoslavia He later became a strong support of fascism but preferred to write rather then deal with politics Adolf Hitler was born in Austria in 1889 He was not born a German Adolf was a failure in school He moved to Vienna and then to Munich to pursue other interests Though he lacked education money family and friends he still dreamed of greatness within himself He volunteered to be in the war when it just broke out in 1914 Hitler won the Iron Cross twice but was never promoted to a higher position other then corporal 10The book first
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