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The Fascist Regime Essay Examples

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An Argument in Favor of Taiwan's Independence
In this essay I hope to defend, if defending were necessary outside the dangerously brainwashed Chinese communist regime's indoctrination, the right of Taiwan to exist without having its inhabitants slaughtered by a bully that claims to love its people so much it is willing to annihilate them until they return to their suff...
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Benito Mussolini and the Rise of Fascism
Benito Mussolini and the rise of fascism Benito Mussolini was Italy's firs Fascist dictator. He had many influences in his life which contributed to his political success as a fascist dictator. Mussolini and his fascist political party believed in ruling Italy using a system of extreme right-wing dictatorial government....
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Style over Substance and the Cult of Mussolini
Fascist Italy Style over substance To what extent is this true of Italy 1924-39 Mussolini did not rule with hand of iron in Italy and he was much more into propaganda and his own popularity. Yet he did achieve some victories for Italy. The substance Vs style issue can be looked at in a number of places e.g. social policy...
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An Evaluation of the Idea That America Is Turning Fascist
The idea that America is turning fascist has been popular on the Left for as long as I can remember: in the 1960s, when antiwar radicals raged against the Machine, this kind of hyperbole dominated campus political discourse and even made its way into the mainstream. When the radical Weather Underground went into ultra-Left...
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An Analysis of the Fascist Tide in European History Before and During the World War Two
subject = Hist 2003: European History 1914 - present title = The Fascist Tide papers = European History: 1914 - present The Fascist Tide: The Rise of a Major Force in Inter-War Europe. The Fascist Tide Following the catastrophe of WWI the fascist movement rose to prominence upon a wave of discontent to become a major...
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Mussolini Molded Italy to Suite His Ideal Fascist State of Government
 When Mussolini was appointed Prime Minister in 1922 he set out to achieve a Fascist state where he had supreme power. His first concern was to consolidate power and it was from here the Italian state was shaped and changed to suit Mussolini’s agenda and his ideal Fascist state.Fascism did not have exact aims in its ea...
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A Close Look at the Fascist Rule of Benito Mussolini
"Il Duce": A close look at the Fascist rule of Benito Mussolini Benito Mussolini was an influential man, captivating many, who spoke with charisma and charm, at a time when Italy needed a leader with both. He formed the first fascist government in history, using values derived from capitalism and militarism, but...
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The Philosophy and the Political Ideas of the Fascist Regime
Fascism and its Political Ideas Fascism is a form of counter-revolutionary politics that first arose in the early part of the twentieth-century in Europe. It was a response to the rapid social upheaval, the devastation of World War I, and the Bolshevik Revolution. Fascism is a philosophy or a system of gov...
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Life of Adolf Hitler as a Leader of the German Nazi
ADOLF HITLER Hitler, leader of the German Nazi party and, from 1933 until his death, dictator of Germany. He rose from the bottom of society to conquer first Germany and then most of Europe. Riding on a wave of European fascism after World War I and favored by traditional defects in German society, esp...
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The History of Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini The Italian Leader From Nineteen Twenty Two to Nineteen Forty Three
            Mussolini was looking for land where he could get more resources to help recover from the depression and also land where unemployed Italians could go and settle.  Also other countries had built up their Empires using force and the league had done nothing so Mussolini decided that he wanted to build up his em...
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Women's Lives in Germany Unaffected by the Nazi Regime
The Nazi regime changed the lives of German's in many different ways. One of the most targeted groups within society were German women. However, it has long been debated whether a social revolution ever happened in German women's lives during the Nazi period, and if so, to what extent the Nazi regime revolutionised women's...
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An Essay on the Establishment of the Nazi Regime in Germany
Describe the conditions which led to the establishment of the Nazi regime in Germany in 1933 and to the Communist regime in Cuba in 1959 The rise of the Nazi party under Hitler in Germany in 1933 as well as the takeover of the Cuban state by Castro's revolutionary troops in 1959 carried along a revolution. The two regimes b...
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A Look at the Legacy of the Franco Regime and the Transformation of Spain to Democracy
In what ways did the institutional legacy of the Franco regime shape Spain's transition to democracy?In less than two decades Spain has rushed from dictatorship to democracy and from virtual world isolation to membership in the European Union. The actual transition (1973-1982) took place from the assasination of Carrero Bla...
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An Overview of the Institutional Legacy of the Franco Regime
In what ways did the institutional legacy of the Franco regime shape Spain's transition to democracy? In less than two decades Spain has rushed from dictatorship to democracy and from virtual world isolation to membership in the European Union. The actual transition (1973-1982) took place from the assasination of Carrero...
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The Factors Affecting the Survival of the Tsarist Regime in 1905
First of all to understand how the Tsarist regime survived in 1905 it is necessary to answer the question what happened in 1905. Then it is possible to see how the Tsar combated these problems. In the years before 1905 there was increasing social turmoil caused by rapid industrialisation: There was no legal way of express...
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Cuba and the Totalitarian Regime That still Goes On
CUBA THE TOTALITARIAN REGIME THAT STILL GOES ON Introduction When Columbus came to Cuba in 1492, he and his predecessors would probably never have imagined of this island’s outcome within the centuries ahead. from conquering the country, to its independence, to the totalitarian regime put into it, all these major events h...
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The Significance of the Fall of the Communist Regime in Soviet Union
Introduction The fall of the Communist regime in the Soviet Union was more than a political event. The powerful interaction and fusion between politics and economics that characterized the state socialist system created a situation that was unique for the successor states of the Soviet Union. The penetration of the Communis...
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Biography of Mussolini, Leader of the Italian Fascist Party and Later Prime Minister Italy during World War II
World History Biography of Mussolini Mussolini taught briefly and lived in Switzerland for two years to avoid military service. He achieved national fame for his opposition to the Libyan War and became editor of the Socialist daily Avanti in 1913. Soon after World War I began, Mussolini abruptly turned nationalist and...
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The Various Fascist Systems in Europe After the World War One
Fascism was born with an ambiguous face, surging from socialist ideas developed in a strong nationalistic way, embracing monarchy and free-trade; it also had expansionist policies. Mussolini himself was in fact socialist, but as his party was not getting as many votes as he expected he shifted to fascism, but reluctantly br...
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A Discussion About the Neo-Fascist Groups of Today
"F--- Zionism, f--- nationalism, f--- Americanism, f--- militarism, f--- fascism...". Although these lyrics by a popular punk band, Propagandhi, are blunt and to the point, they are not simply words expressed by tattooed, dyed-hair, baggy pant-wearing, multi-pierced punks. These people do not wear Tommy Hilfiger,...
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The Ties Between Catholicism and Fascistism and the Structure of the Catholic Church as a Religious Organization
Throughout the 20th century, the Catholic Church has been looked down upon. There are many reasons for it, but as far as Catholics are concerned they are not very logical reasons. Most of this predisposed hatred, to something that is as pure as a religion, is because the Catholic Church is based around very strict guideline...
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A Biography of Benito Mussolini, a Historical Figure
'We shall succeed because we shall work,' said Mussolini, and no one worked harder - or more visibly - than he did. He spent days touring the province, escorted by a claque of blackshirted Fascist Party functionaries, a small army of body guards and a train of journalists and photographers convincing his people to follow hi...
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The History of the Nazi Party
c The History Of The Nazi Party Nazism was a political movement, and later a form of government, that developed in Germany during the 1920's. The Nazis, led by the dictator Adolf Hitler, controlled Germany from 1933 to 1945. Nazism also describes any governmental system or political beliefs resembling those of Hitler's G...
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A Biography of Benito Mussolini, an Italian Fascist Leader
Benito Musolini was born on July 29, 1883, in Predappio, Italy . He was the first child of the local blacksmith. While he was young, Musolini was said to be a poor, unruly, agressive, disobedient(at school he was said to be a bully), but while being all of that he was also smart. Then he went and became a schoolmaster. In 1...
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A History of Mussolini's Fascist Empire in Italy
In my perspective, my biography is based on one of the most interesting men of the 20th Century. My biography would not have been done without the knowledge of Edwin Hoyt. He was the author of the biography based on Benito Mussolini called Mussolinis Empire. This 298-page book describes Mussolinis rise and fall of the Fasc...
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