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Lecture 16

HIST 1400 Lecture Notes - Mein Kampf, Autarchism, Italian Fascism

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Spring 2018

Department
History
Course Code
HIST 1400
Professor
Edward Guimont
Lecture
16

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Notes 4/11/18
Interwar challenges to Liberalism II: Fascism and the Challenge from the Right
End of WW1
Germany out
Leaves Central Powers essentially weak
Military hands govt. Over to parliament (Reichstag)
Democratic
Forces them to surrender in the war
Military says they are stabbed in the back and that they were “about to
win”
Blames parliament for loss
Not true
Freepore is created
Groups of military veterans ordered to take out communist/
sympathizers
Mussolini and Italian Fascism
Mussolini comes to power in 1922
Leads pro war faction
Fights in war as soldier
Inspired by Russian Revolution to create fascist party
Italians go to war in WW1
Awful army
Fighting on the defensive
Uses influence as a Veteran to rally people around him (Mussolini)
Them or the communists
March on Rome
10,000 march on rome
King is Persuaded to nominate Mussolini to Prime minister
Gives power to fascists to parliament
Fascism
Third Way
Not socialism or capitalism
Economic and Political System
Political
Leader dominated
National Struggle
German Nazism
Hitler
From Austria
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Notes 41118 Interwar challenges to Liberalism II: Fascism and the Challenge from the Right End of WW1 Germany out Leaves Central Powers essentially weak Military hands govt. Over to parliament (Reichstag) Democratic Forces them to surrender in the war Military says they are stabbed in the back and that they were about to win Blames parliament for loss Not true Freepore is created Groups of military veterans ordered to take out communist sympathizers Mussolini and Italian Fascism Mussolini comes to power in 1922 Leads pro war faction Fights in war as soldier Inspired by Russian Revolution to create fascist party Italians go to war in WW1 Awful army Fighting on the defensive Uses influence as a Veteran to rally people around him (Mussolini) Them or the communists March on Rome 10,000 march on rome King is Persuaded to nominate Mussolini to Prime minister Gives power to fascists to parliament Fascism Third Way Not socialism or capitalism Economic and Political System Political Leader dominated National Struggle German Nazism Hitler From Austria
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