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World War II

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Transcript of World War II

Facts
World War II was a big impact on the world.
Benito Mussolini
Differences
Similarities
Adolf Hitler
Benito Mussolini
Hitler and Mussolini both created major groups. They both where great powerful leaders. They both were part of World War I. They both had huge impacts on there country and on other individuals, so much so that I am writing about them years and years later.
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Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Facts
Adolf Hitler
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Adolf Hitler was German dictator from 1934-1945. In 1919, Adolf Hitler began to attend meetings of a small group called the German Workers' Party. Soon he became the group's leader and changed the name to the National Socialist German Workers' Party, later called the Nazi Party.

The Nazis had several goals. One of these goals was to unite the German people into one nation. This nation would incorporate Germans in Austria, Czechoslovakia, and other countries. Also, the Nazis wanted Jews and non-Germans to be deprived of German citizenship. Hitler gained support for the Nazi Party through speeches and appeals to feelings of resentment.

In 1923, he attempted to overthrow governments of both Bavaria and Germany. He led a group of 2,000 in a march against the Bavarian government, but the state police stopped the protestors. This attempted coup is known as the Beer Hall Putsch.


World War II


Mussolini's Rises to Power

As a youth, Benito Mussolini led a disorganized life. He had been a rebellious boy in school. He had fled from Italy to avoid military service in 1902. And he was arrested in Switzerland for organizing a general strike. World War I, however, gave Mussolini more focus. He rejected some of his earlier socialist beliefs, and in 1919, he founded a combat group called the Fasci di Combattimento, consisting mostly of Italian veterans. Two years later, he changed the group's name to the National Fascist Party. Taking advantage of the economic and governmental problems in Italy in the 1920s, he and his supporters marched on Rome, effecting a coup d'état and making himself prime minister.

By 1925, Mussolini had established a dictatorship and eliminated other political parties. The government then took control of schools, press, police, and industry. Also, Mussolini had the government act as a mediator between employers and workers to settle disputes.

Hitler was a German leader. His goals were to establish a new group called the Nazi. The Nazis had several goals. One of these goals was to unite the German people into one nation. Hitler was the chancellor of Germany and dictator of the Nazi group. He also was the starter of the Holocaust. He also convinced the people in Germany that he could help the people out of the great depression.
Mussolini was a French leader. He started a group called the National Fascist Party. He took advantage of the economic and governmental problems in Italy in the 1920s, he and his supporters marched on Rome, effecting a coup d'état and making himself prime minister. Mussolini had established a dictatorship and eliminated other political parties. The government then took control of schools, press, police, and industry. Also, Mussolini had the government act as a mediator between employers and workers to settle disputes.
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