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Title: Benito Mussolini: I Discorsi - Volume Secondo - L'Impero E L'Asse
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Roma: Discorso Del 9 Maggio 1936 "La Proclamazione Dell'Impero". B. Genova: Discorso Del 14 Maggio 1938 "Politica Europea E L'Asse".

Benito Mussolini was an Italian politician and leader of the Fascist party, who ruled the country as Prime Minister from 1922 until 1943. This biography profiles his childhood, life, political career and timeline. siblings: Arnaldo Mussolini, Edvige Mussolini. children: Anna Maria Mussolini, Benito Albino Mussolini, Bruno Mussolini, Edda Mussolini, Romano Mussolini, Vittorio Mussolini. Died on: April 28, 1945. place of death: Giulino.

In the year and a half covered here (November 1936 to May 1938), Il Duce's utterances showed special interest in autarchy and the Rome-Berlin Axis. Scritti E Discorsi Di Benito Mussolini. Volume XI. By. Hoepli, 1938. In the year and a half covered here (November 1936 to May 1938), Il Duce's utterances showed special interest in autarchy and the Rome-Berlin Axis. Enjoy more high quality articles like this one.

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Benito Mussolini was born and raised in Dovia di Predappio, Italy. He died by execution in Giulino di Mezzegra, Italy in 1945. Mussolini’s father was an atheist, freethinker and anti-Papal and his mother a devout Catholic. 1 But Benito followed more in the footsteps of his father and when he did accompany his mother to church, he was a malcontent, often getting himself into trouble. However, once Mussolini took power, he realized that the Catholic Church was not only a force to be reckoned with in his own country, it had influence and reach all over the world. Thus, he decided to work with the Vatican rather than oppose it. In a show of political posturing, Mussolini married his wife in a church ceremony and had his children baptized.

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Tracklist

A1 Roma: Discorso Del 5 Maggio 1936 "La Presa Di Addis Abeba"
A2 Roma: Discorso Del 9 Maggio 1936 "La Proclamazione Dell'Impero"
B Genova: Discorso Del 14 Maggio 1938 "Politica Europea E L'Asse"
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