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Benito Mussolini

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Essay title: Benito Mussolini

I became one of the founders of Fascism in Italy and I was credited for it. As power rose right at my fingertips, I became the leader of the National Fascist Party then, the Prime Minister of Italy. You may wonder, “How does he become Prime Minster of Italy?” Well, on the month of October 27th -29th of 1922, I lead my Fascist Party to a march into Rome to overthrow the Prime Minister, King Victor Emmanuel III. On October 28th, we reached Rome and sadly, he refused to hand the power over to me. To overthrow him, the military, the business class, and the liberal right wing supported me all the way. For years of being Prime Minister, I began a foreign policy to shift my country from a pacifist anti imperialism to nationalism and taking over the Mediterranean. We also wanted the country Ethiopia, so I set my country for an invasion. My military forces were far superior to the Abyssinian forces, especially in air forces and were soon declared victors. The cowardice of the Emperor, Haile Selassie, was forced to flee the country, while my country was entering the capital, Addis Ababa, to claim an Empire by May 1936 making Ethiopia part of the Italian East Africa. After controlling most countries, I became a dictator of Germany.

On the way to gaining more power, I met another dictator from Germany named Adolf Hitler. We instantly became allies during a Munich conference. I learnt that he was the founder of the Nazi party. He also was on his way capturing most of the countries in Europe, but when he started to invade Poland, all hell broke loose and war started. My country was allies with Germany along with Japan, so we also went to war with Great Britain, Russia, and the U.S. During the war, the U.S. was well on their way to Sicily to invade Germany. So we fought, until the Americans were defeating my army. The “Axis” is what they call us, were being defeated by the Allies, and I was

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