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A Comparison of Mussolini and Stalin

Summary: Compares dictators Benito Mussolini of Italy and Joseph Stalin of the former Soviet Union. Examines their roles in World War II and the devastating effect each man had on his country and the world.
Benito Mussolini of Italy and Joseph Stalin of the U.S.S.R. cast long shadows across the landscape of the twentieth century. They came to power with the support of their people, but they lost the support of greed, selfishness and their people through their abusive policy.

Benito Mussolini achieved rose to power through the support of men who were demobilized soldiers and discontented nationalists. These supporters of Mussolini provided assistance to the Fascists. Mussolini recognized what he did with the appeal of anti-communism, and he added this to his program. Mussolini's program was the Fascist Party after he returned from World War I. Soon, he grows power hungry, and he wanted more control. The fascists wore black uniforms, and they intimidated any opposition to fascism with violence. Mussolini named himself Il Duce after the fascists won the election and were the heads of other European governments...

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