4 edition of Italian police and the rise of Fascism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -186) and index.
|LC Classifications||HV8215.B65 D86 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 198 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||97005457|
A CHILL IN THE AIR An Italian War Diary, By Iris Origo pp. New York Review Books. Paper, $ David I. Kertzer is the Paul Dupee, Jr. University Professor of Social Science and professor of anthropology and Italian studies at Brown University, where he served as provost from to He is the author of twelve books, including The Pope and Mussolini, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Biography and the American Historical Association prize for best book on Italian history, and 4/5(9).
The Rise of Italian Fascism and Its Influence on Europe. What evidence does the author present to explain the rise of Fascism in Italy? Examine the book jacket, the photograph of Hitler Youth, and the photograph of Italian and German youth marching together. Why do you think Mussolini worked so hard to perfect his public image? The Rise of Italian Fascism and Its Influence on Europe From the conclusion of World War I and the worldwide depression that followed rose a political and social movement that shaped world history. The name comes from fasces, a bundle of rods with a projecting ax blade, which was used as symbol by the early Etruscans and ancient Romans to indicate power and strength through unity.
The Pope and Mussolini brims with memorable portraits of the men who helped enable the reign of Fascism in Italy: Father Pietro Tacchi Venturi, Pius’s personal emissary to the dictator, a wily anti-Semite known as Mussolini’s Rasputin; Victor Emmanuel III, the king of Italy, an object of widespread derision who lacked the stature. The compelling story of Pope Pius XI's secret relations with Benito Mussolini. A ground-breaking work, based on seven years of research in the Vatican and Fascist archives by US National Book Award-finalist David Kertzer, it will forever change our understanding of the Vatican's role in the rise of Fascism 4/5(9).
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Based on original research using official documents, this illuminating account of the role of the police in the rise to power of Mussolini reveals the internal workings of the Italian Liberal policing system, the tensions between its different branches, and problems related to the shifting demands of its wheeler-dealer political by: 1.
The Italian Police and the Rise of Fascism A Case Study of the Province of Bologna, by Jonathan Dunnage. An illuminating account of the supporting role played by the police in the rise to power of Mussolini and the Fascists. Print Flyer. "A short, responsible survey of how fascism came to power in Italy and Germany, with some valuable comparative data on fascist movements in other European countries." -- Foreign Affairs "The core of this factual, but extremely readable book consists of an account of Italian fascism 5/5(3).
The Italian Police and the Rise of Fascism: A Case Study of the Province of Bologna, by Jonathan Dunnage (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product $ The Italian Police and the Rise of Fascism: A Case Study of the Province of Bologna, Hardcover – Nov.
25 by Jonathan Dunnage (Author)Author: Jonathan Dunnage. Covering three of the most tumultous decades in modern Italian history, this Italian police and the rise of Fascism book book consists of several interwoven narratives centered on the province of Bologna.
The subject of policing provides a perspective on the rise of fascism and on the political consequences of administrative practices that reflected the difficult relationship of the central government and its peripheral powers.
Based on original research using official documents, this illuminating account of the role of the police in the rise to power of Mussolini reveals the internal workings of the Italian Liberal policing system, the tensions between its different branches, and problems related to the shifting demands of its wheeler-dealer political masters.
The Rise of Fascism might be the most boring, dry and tedious book I've read this year, and I sincerely have a book called Bureaucracy on my shelf.
When you manage to bore someone to death who reads almost exclusively non-fiction, then you're doing something terribly wrong/5(5). But further studies of fascism — and the different forms of fascism that came to power in Italy, Germany, Spain, Hungary, China, Croatia, Vichy France, Japan, Portugal, Brazil, Chile and others — have allowed political scientists, philosophers, historians, and sociologists to.
The Organizzazione per la Vigilanza e la Repressione dell'Antifascismo (OVRA; Italian for "Organization for Vigilance and Repression of Anti-Fascism") was the secret police of the Kingdom of Italy, founded in under the regime of Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini and during the reign of King Victor Emmanuel OVRA was the Italian precursor of the German executive: Arturo Bocchini.
The Pope and Mussolini: The Secret History of Pius XI and the Rise of Fascism in Europe – review David Kertzer's nuanced book investigates an unholy alliance between fascism. A Primer of Italian Fascism situates the rise and fall of corporatist ideals within the framework of the actual history of Mussolini?s movement and regime.
It includes not only classic doctrinal. The Rise of Fascism Mussolini and Fascist Italy After aligning itself with Italian conservatives, the fascist party rose to prominence using violence and intimidation, eventually seizing power in Rome in under the leadership of Benito Mussolini.
Italy - Italy - The Fascist era: The political crisis of the postwar years provided an opportunity for militant, patriotic movements, including those of ex-servicemen and former assault troops, students, ex-syndicalists, and former pro-war agitators. D’Annunzio in Fiume led one such movement, but the ex-Socialist journalist Benito Mussolini soon became even more prominent, founding his fasci.
An excerpt from Giuseppe Prezzolini’s book Fascism. This brief excerpt, translated by Kathleen Macmillan, describes the origins of Fascism and the historical events that led to its rise during the depression that swept the world after World War I. Prezzolini, a writer, editor, and professor, was born in Italy.
The rise of Italian fascism is often seen as a pre-condition, as well as a precursor of, later developments in Europe most notably in Germany.
As such they were also much discussed in the English speaking world throughout the 's. German brand of fascism The fascist policies of the National Socialist German Worker's party, based on totalitarianism, a belief in racial superiority, and state control of industry Anti-Semitism - hatred of Jews Had swastika (hooked cross) for symbol Had private militia called Storm Troopers.
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The Rise of Italian Fascism (): Changing Social Relations in Revolutionary Periods social scientists on the rise of Italian fascism, the first historic instance of this type of political regime.
Yet, this paper revisits the period from the vantage point of a wealth of new historical police and landlords played in making File Size: 1MB. Italian Fascism (Italian: fascismo italiano), also known as Classical Fascism or simply Fascism, is the original fascist ideology as developed in Italy by Giovanni Gentile and Benito ideology is associated with a series of three political parties led by Benito Mussolini; the Revolutionary Fascist Party (PFR) founded inthe National Fascist Party (PNF), which ruled the.
Rise Of Italian Fascism by Alan White and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A good introductory book, it introduces the reader to the various aspects of Mussolini's regime, and explores the concept that Italian Fascism was, above all, a vehicle for Mussolini's quest for personal dictatorship/5.With fascism defeated, many of its leaders and supporters had to account for their deeds.
In Italy there were violent reprisals against former fascists, but few formal trials. In Germany, Nazi criminals had to face trial. The most famous were the Nürnberg trials, where 22 major Nazi criminals had to face justice from the Allied powers.