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  • 52998Q23559Benito Amilcare Andrea MussoliniBenito Amilcare AndreaMussoliniMussolini,_Benito Amilcare AndreaBenito Mussolini in Yugoslavia cropped.jpg18831945Italian
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  • States  (1941)  by Benito Mussolini, translated by Wikisource 1727170Declaration of War against the United StatesBenito MussoliniWikisource1941 Fighters
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  • Benito Mussolini  (1922)  by Edward Corsi 412583Benito MussoliniEdward Corsi1922 Back in 1892 a group of enthusiastic radicals met at Genoa and
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  • (11 June 1941) Letter to General Franco (6 February 1941) Letter to Benito Mussolini Explaining the Invasion of the Soviet Union (21 June 1941) Declaration
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  • Letter to Benito Mussolini Explaining the Invasion of the Soviet Union  (1941)  by Adolf Hitler 1909159Adolf Hitler's Letter to Benito Mussolini Explaining
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  • September 29, 1938. ADOLF HITLER, NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN, EDOUARD DALADIER, BENITO MUSSOLINI. His MAJESTY's GOVERNMENT in the United Kingdom and the French Government
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  • unrenewed) Pathways to the New World (1940) (probably unrenewed) Benito Mussolini (1922) Some or all works by this author are in the public
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  • of parliamentary government came to a close in the early 1920s when Benito MUSSOLINI established a Fascist dictatorship. His disastrous alliance with Nazi
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  • Grant died in that summer. Franklin D. Roosevelt was three years old, Benito Mussolini a year younger. P. T. Barnum was running "the Greatest Show on Earth
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  • by Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party and the Italian people led by Benito Mussolini and his Facists. In the years leading up to the Second World War in
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  • Therefore, all of us were happy about the initiative of our friend Benito Mussolini and at the also highly appreciated readiness of Chamberlain and Daladier
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  • Gucht have Marinetti in mind? Or do they perhaps mean Mussolini? But would that be the Benito from before or after the Lateran Treaty? Could it be that
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  • two or three times between August 1913 and June 1914, to meet with Benito Mussolini. The latter’s revolutionary, Blanquist language and the audacious and
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  • that of our secret services, as in the 1920s, when it envied us for Mussolini), which permits our government to sail in the shit without drowning in
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