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ISBN: 033374814X
Author: M. Feldman,Robert Mallett
Language: English
Publisher: Red Globe Press; 2003 edition (September 6, 2003)
Pages: 266
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.5
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Times Literary Supplement. This is an interesting book that gives an overview of how Italy fit into the make up of World War II. There are many books like this one that chart how World War II broke out and this brings an interesting perspective by looking at Italy instead of Germany. The book tracks Mussolini's progress from around 1933-41 and shows how the country was set on a course for war.

Previously unpublished material also casts new light on the Nazi-Fascist relationship, revealing it to be at times paranoid, acrimonious and duplicitous on both sides

The Making of the Twentieth Century.

The Making of the Twentieth Century. Previously unpublished material also casts new light on the Nazi-Fascist relationship, revealing it to be at times paranoid, acrimonious and duplicitous on both sides

The Making of the Twentieth Century). by. Robert Mallett The book tracks Mussolini's progress from around 1933-41 and shows how the country was set on a course for war.

The Making of the Twentieth Century). Robert Mallett makes use of much new archival evidence in o The true nature of Mussolini's foreign policy during the late interwar period has been the subject of considerable controversy.

This new study re-examines the controversial debate on Fascist Italy's road to international conflict that has raged for six decades. Download (pdf, 964 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original

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MALLETT, ROBERT (Author) MAKING OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (Author) Palgrave Macmillan (Publisher). Basingstoke, Hampshire. The years that were fat Peking 1933-1940. Over two million American servicemen passed through Britain during the Second World War. In 1944, at the height of activity, up to half a million were based there with the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Their job was to man and maintain the vast fleets of aircraft needed to attack German cities and industry.

The true nature of Mussolini's foreign policy during the late interwar period has been the subject of considerable controversy. Was Mussolini in reality pro-British, even as late as June 1940; or was his international policy more sinister and based on conquering a Fascist empire in North Africa and the Middle East?Robert Mallett makes use of much new archival evidence in order to answer this riddle of interwar history. Mallett argues that Mussolini had harboured imperial designs in the Mediterranean and Red Sea from as early as 1919, but that not until 1933, with the rise of Hitler, was it possible for Fascist Italy to pursue a programme of territorial expansion. Previously unpublished material also casts new light on the Nazi-Fascist relationship, revealing it to be at times paranoid, acrimonious and duplicitous on both sides. Although the book focuses on Italian policy, it provides an important reassessment of the Ethiopian Crisis, the Spanish Civil War, the Austro-German Anschluss, Munich and the run up to the Second World War. Mallett shows that it is erroneous to place excessive emphasis on the role of Adolf Hitler in subverting the interwar international order, and demonstrates that Mussolini was heavily implicated in the global conflict that erupted in September 1939.

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