Download PDF by Chris Rowe: AQA History AS Unit 2 A New Roman Empire? Mussolini's Italy,

By Chris Rowe

ISBN-10: 1408503123

ISBN-13: 9781408503126

Written to hide the AQA background a degree Unit 2 specification (HIS2K), our pupil e-book offers a concentrated examine key occasions in Italy from 1922 to 1945 and allows scholars to realize a better realizing of the interval and evaluation the main concerns.

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II The i nstruments of propagan d a Radio a n d cinema Mussolini was in many respects a brilliant propagandist, but his regin1e took a surprisingly long time to maximise the use of propaganda techniques. It was only in the 1 930s that a ministry of propaganda was set up, named the Ministry of Popular Culture, generally known as 'minculpop'. Film propaganda was not fully exploited until the 1 930s. There was no coordinated propaganda machine in Fascist Italy comparable to that controlled by Dr Josef Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment, in Nazi Germany from 1 933.

He had begun to establish the Corporate State. He had gained popularity through propaganda, economic recovery and foreign successes. The process of consolidation was not fully complete, however. It was not until 1 929 that Mussolini was finally able to neutralise the enormous influence of the Catholic Church by the Lateran Pacts with the papacy. It was not until the late 1 93 0 s that the fascist regime was really radicalised . , Revision exercise Consider the evidence in this chapter about Mussolini's consolidation of power after his initial appointment as prime minister in 1 922.

Robson, Italy: The Rise of Fascism 1 9 15-1945, 2006 This is the secret: motivated solely by ambition, M u ssolini sought to keep one door open, be it to the Right or to the Left, so that he would always be able to emerge as leader, either at the head of a revolutionary movement or a right-wing reactionary movement. When he saw that the Socialist Party was torn by internal divisions, that it cou ld not march towards power, M ussolini threw into the sea his Left ideas and dedicated himself to the forces of the Right.

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