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      Benito Mussolini was born on July 29th, 1883 in the small town of Predappio. He grew up to be a young man who had an exceptional ability to speak and write in a way that captivated people. His first job was as editor-in-chief for the socialist newspaper “Avanti!”. This is where he learned how to make his political views known and give speeches with great fervor.

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      About Benito Mussolini

      29 July 1883

      28 April 1945

      Cause Of Death:
      Execution By Firing Squad


      Political Party:
      National Fascist Party

      Other Political
      Italian Socialist Party

      Kingdom Of Italy

      Royal Italian Army

      Years Of Service:

      First Marshal Of The Empire, Corporal

      11Th Bersaglieri Regiment

      First World War, Pacification Of Libya, Second Italo-Ethiopian War, Spanish Civil War, Italian Invasion Of Albania, Second World War And More.

      Benito Mussolini quotes on liberty

      What is liberty? There is no such thing as absolute liberty! — Benito Mussolini

      Liberty is a duty, not a right. — Benito Mussolini

      We have buried the putrid corpse of liberty… — Benito Mussolini

      The truth is that men are tired of liberty. — Benito Mussolini

      what is liberty there is no such thing as absolute liberty Benito Mussolini quote

      People are tired of liberty. They have had a surfeit of it. Liberty is no longer a chaste and austere virgin…. Today’s youth are moved by other slogans…Order, Hierarchy, Discipline. — Benito Mussolini

      Benito Mussolini quotes on fascism

      Fascism is a religious concept. — Benito Mussolini

      Fascism is not an article for export. — Benito Mussolini

      In Fascism the State is not a night–watchman, only occupied with the personal safety of the citizens. — Benito Mussolini

      Fascism is definitely and absolutely opposed to the doctrines of liberalism, both in the political and economic sphere. — Benito Mussolini

      fascism is a religious concept Benito Mussolini quote

      For the Fascist, everything is the State, and nothing human or spiritual exists, much less has value, outside the State. In this sense Fascism is totalitarian. — Benito Mussolini

      The struggle between the two worlds [Fascism and Democracy] can permit no compromises. It’s either Us or Them! — Benito Mussolini

      Fascism should rightly be called corporatism as it is a merger of state and corporate power. — Benito Mussolini

      As regards the Liberal doctrines, the attitude of Fascism is one of absolute opposition both in the political and in the economical field. — Benito Mussolini

      Fascism accepts the individual only insofar as his interests coincide with the state’s. — Benito Mussolini

      fascism is not an article for export Benito Mussolini quote

      Fascism conceives of the State as an absolute, in comparison with which all individuals or groups are relative, only to be conceived in their relation to the State. — Benito Mussolini

      The keystone of the Fascist doctrine is its conception of the State, of its essence, its functions, and its aims. For Fascism the State is absolute, individuals and groups relative. — Benito Mussolini

      Benito Mussolini quotes on give

      It is the State which educates its citizens in civic virtue, gives them a consciousness of their mission and welds them into unity. — Benito Mussolini

      How did Benito Mussolini rise to power?

      While working for various labour organizations in Switzerland, Benito Mussolini made a name for himself as a charismatic personality and a consummate rhetorician.

      After returning to Italy, he amassed a large following while working as an editor for the socialist magazine Avanti!.

      His political beliefs took a hairpin turn to the right midway through World War I, when he stopped decrying the war effort and began advocating for it.

      After World War I he began organizing fasci di combattimento—nationalist paramilitary forces known for wearing black shirts.

      These groups began waging campaigns of terrorism and intimidation against Italy’s leftist institutions at his behest.

      In 1922 Mussolini and other fascist leaders organized a march on Rome with the intention of forcing the king to yield the government to Mussolini.

      It worked, and Mussolini was appointed prime minister that same year.

      By 1925 Mussolini had dismantled Italy’s democratic institutions and assumed his role as dictator, adopting the title Il Duce .


      If you acquit me, you will give me great pleasure. If you condemn me you will do me honour! — Benito Mussolini

      We must give Italians a sense of race. — Benito Mussolini

      we must give italians a sense of race Benito Mussolini quote

      Silence is the only answer you should give to the fools. Where ignorance speaks, intelligence should not give advices. — Benito Mussolini

      Italy, wants peace and quiet, work and calm. I will give these things with love if possible and with force if necessary. — Benito Mussolini

      If only we can give them faith that mountains can be moved, they will accept the illusion that mountains are moveable, and thus an illusion may become reality. — Benito Mussolini

      It’s good to trust others but, not to do so is much better. — Benito Mussolini

      Benito Mussolini quotes on history

      The history of saints is mainly The history of insane people. — Benito Mussolini

      the history of saints is mainly the history of insane people Benito Mussolini quote

      Fascism is a religion. The twentieth century will be known in history as the century of Fascism. — Benito Mussolini

      If two irreconcilable elements are struggling with each other, the solution lies in force. There has never been any other solution in history, and there never will be. — Benito Mussolini

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      It is humiliating to remain with our hands folded while others write history. It matters little who wins. — Benito Mussolini

      The Fuhrer] is one of those lonely men of the ages on whom history is not tested, but who themselves are the makers of history. — Benito Mussolini

      Blood alone literally moves the wheels of history. — Benito Mussolini

      blood alone literally moves the wheels of history Benito Mussolini quote

      I want to make my own life a masterpiece. — Benito Mussolini

      It was only one life. What is one life in the affairs of a state? — Benito Mussolini

      Benito Mussolini quotes on peace

      Peace is absurd: Fascism does not believe in it. — Benito Mussolini

      One moment on the battlefield is worth a thousand years of peace. — Benito Mussolini

      Three cheers for the war. Three cheers for Italy’s war and three cheers for war in general. Peace is hence absurd or rather a pause in war. — Benito Mussolini

      peace is absurd fascism does not believe in it Benito Mussolini quote

      War is to man what maternity is to a woman. From a philosophical and doctrinal viewpoint, I do not believe in perpetual peace. — Benito Mussolini

      Tomorrow, the Tripartite Pact will become an instrument of just peace between the peoples. Italians! Once more arise and be worthy of this historical hour! We shall win. — Benito Mussolini

      Benito Mussolini quotes on italian

      I am desperately Italian. I believe in the function of Latinity. — Benito Mussolini

      Fuehrer, we are on the march! Victorious Italian troops crossed the Greco–Albanian frontier at dawn today! — Benito Mussolini

      It is not impossible to rule Italians, but it would be useless. — Benito Mussolini

      i am desperately italian i believe in the function of latinity Benito Mussolini quote

      Italian journalism is free because it serves one cause and one purpose… mine! — Benito Mussolini

      Liberty is no longer the virgin, chaste and severe, to be fought for … we have buried the putrid corpse of liberty … the Italian people are a race of sheep. — Benito Mussolini

      Fortunately the Italian people is not habituated to eating several times a day. — Benito Mussolini

      The Mediterranean will be turned into an Italian lake. — Benito Mussolini

      The Italian proletariat needs a blood bath for it force to be renewed. — Benito Mussolini

      it is not impossible to rule italians but it would be useless Benito Mussolini quote

      Fortunately the Italian people has not yet accustomed itself to eat many times a day, and possessing a modest level of living, it feels deficiency and suffering less. — Benito Mussolini

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