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Fascism Rises in Europe (27.3)
Fascism was a political way of showing loyalty to your country as well as showing your leader your discipline skills.
This movement often took pride in their nationalism, and preached about their loyalty to their country.
Fascist also believed that in order to be successful, your nation has to struggle first. If there are no struggles within your nation, it was an easy target for being conquered.
Due to fascism's dedication to a strong dictatorship, individual rights were denied and the leader controlled everything.
In the 1920s and 1930s, a fascist group called the Nazis soon developed in Germany.
Nazism created their own belief of racial superiority, favoriting the German race.
Fascism and Communism were similar in many different aspects.
Fascism and Communism were both leaded by dictatorship, which resulted in no individual rights for the people within the country.
However, one difference between Fascist and Communism was that the Fascist party did not highlight a classless society.
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Fascist believed that each class has its own place in the society, as well as their function to the community.
Both parties also believed that the state was above all else, and was supreme to the people.
Pattern: Pattern is a series of actions or behaviors that are consistent. Pattern related to this section because Fascism on Communism created a pattern of dictatorship and led to the pattern of people within a country to not have any rights in their government.
Does Fascism or Communism seem to be more concerned with the welfare of the people?
Communism was more concerned with the welfare of the people. Fascism was known for being more concerned for the state rather than the people living in it.
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In Italy, the fascist group was led by the leader Benito Mussolini.
What made the creation of this group occur?
Were non-fascist comfortable with their rights taken away? Did they retaliate in any way?
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Not only did they preach nationalism, but they also worshipped strong leaders who took steps in bringing order to their country.
Nationalism: Nationalism is the sense of belonging or pride within your country. Nationalism relates to this section because it was one of the Fascist's main characteristics of their people.
Fascism did not have a clear theory or program that they followed.
Due to their loss of territory during the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, it fueled a Fascism rise all throughout Italy.
With Italian's rising population, their democratic government wasn't able to keep up with their inflation levels increasing as well as their unemployment rates rising constantly.
As Italy's need of a strong leader began in increase, Benito Mussolini took a stand and promised Italians that he would restore their economy and start to gain their military power back.
Mussolini's followers started to rapidly increase as Italy's economy began to quickly crash.
Mussolini then took steps to gain more popularity by bringing in the middle class, industrial leaders, and the aristocracy by using the worker's revolt to his advantage.
In October of 1922, Rome received about 30,000 Fascist who marched on their land demanding Emmanuel III to step down as king, and instead put Mussolini in charge.
After multiple threats and violence that was occuring in Rome, Emmanuel III came to the realization that Mussolini was Italy's best hope for survival.
As soon as Mussolini had control over the government, he quickly trashed the democracy that was in place and only allowed the Fascist party to remain within Italy.
Mussolini's ideas on restoring the economy was to team the Fascist with the industrialist and large landowners together.
Even though Mussolini gained control over Italy, he never reached the power that Stalin or Hitler had over their countries.
What was the reason behind teaming these people up to restore the economy?
If Mussolini's policies were broken or not being followed, the secret police jailed the opponents and created fear by using violence.
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What did Emmanuel III's followers do during this time?
Mussolini also made a public announcement of the weakness of Italy's government that was in place at that time.
Conflict: Conflict relates to this section because the government's weaknesses led to conflicts within their economy. Due to these conflicts, Mussolini had to step in and take control using force to take control of these problems.
Why did Mussolini’s popularity increase as Italy’s economy declined?
Mussolini's popularity increased as their economy declined because he offered leadership and change for Italy. He made promises to the people of taking steps towards restoring their country, which is exactly what they needed at that time.
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People within Italy knew that the only way to move past these conflicts was to get a leader who knew how to take action.
Government Systems: Democracy was in place as Italy's government system at this time. This soon changed as Mussolini had a different plan for Italy's government plans.