New PDF release: 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 heritage a degree Unit 2 specification (HIS2K), our scholar e-book presents a centred examine key occasions in Italy from 1922 to 1945 and allows scholars to realize a better figuring out of the interval and evaluation the foremost matters.

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The 'Roman question' had not been solved. By 1 926, Mussolini was in a stronger position and ready to seek a solution to the 'Roman question'. He forced the PPI to dissolve itself and made membership of it illegal. In August 1 926, he opened formal negotiations with the papacy. There were several factors influencing the Church in favour of an agreement: • It was clear by 1 926 that Mussolini's regime would last and so the Church wanted to protect its position in society and not risk remaining outside the State.

B A. De Grand, Italian Fascism, 2000 ( a ) Use Sources A and B and your own knowledge. Expl ain how far the views in Source B differ from those in Source A in relation to Mussolini's aims before he came to power in 1 922. - I n these part a) questions, it is essential to make a direct comparison between the views in the two sources, not just to provide a literal paraphrase of the words of each source in turn. What is the 'message' of each source? In what ways (and why) are the comments about M ussolini's views by Buozzi and M ussolini himself different?

Propaganda was a key component, for example, in Mussolini's 'economic battles', which were launched personally by Mussolini through big, set-piece speeches that maximised the impact of campaigns such as the • • Section 1 Establishing the fascist regime, 1 922-29 II C ross-reference M ussolini's 'economic battles' are covered in Chapter 3 on pages 42-6. Italian fore·ign policies in the early 1 920s a re covered in Chapter 7 on pages 87-9. II Explo ring the deta i l Italy h a d no foreign policy issues at stake in the d iscussions at Locarno, which concerned Germany's eastern and western borders.

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