Fascism and other causes of the war. Wwii. Originally, the term "fascism" ( fascismo ) was used by the political movement that ruled Italy from 1922 to 1943 under the leadership of Benito Mussolini.
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Fascism and other causes of the war
Originally, the term "fascism" (fascismo) was used by the political movement that ruled Italy from 1922 to 1943 under the leadership of Benito Mussolini.
Later, fascism became a broader term that was used to cover a whole class of authoritarian political ideologies.
Dictatorship refers to an autocratic form of absolute rule by leadership unrestricted by law, constitutions, or other social and political factors within the state.
Führer is a proper noun meaning "leader" in the German language.
Führer was the title granted by Hitler to himself by the Enabling Act in 1934 which gave him supreme power in the German Reichstag (Parliament).
a) Rejecting Treaty of Versailles
b) Rebuilding the German army, air force and navy
c) Annexing Austria, and Czechoslovakia
d) Signs non-aggression pact with the Soviets… then
invades Poland on Sept.1 1939
- Hitler invades Poland
- Britain declares war on Germany for invading Poland on Sept. 3 1939