March on Rome

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Nazi propaganda poster, "[The] city and [the] land, hand in hand" - encouraging everyone to work together in the "Volksgemeinschaft"

Nazi propaganda poster, "[The] city and [the] land, hand in hand" - encouraging everyone to work together in the "Volksgemeinschaft"

Congresso nazionale fascista

Congresso nazionale fascista

Poster celebrating the"Fascist Revolution".

Poster celebrating the"Fascist Revolution".

"Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista", 1922 Mussolini Propaganda [Fascism, Revolution] - Imgur

"Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista", 1922 Mussolini Propaganda [Fascism, Revolution]

"Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista", 1922 Mussolini Propaganda [Fascism, Revolution] - Imgur

WWII Italian Poster. Fascist Youth, 1930/1931: "Fascism does not promise you neither honors nor charges nor gains but duty and combat" Mussolini.

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WWII Italian Poster. Fascist Youth, 1930/1931: "Fascism does not promise you neither honors nor charges nor gains but duty and combat" Mussolini.

Propaganda on the facade of Benitto Mussolini's headquarters in the Palazzio Braschi. Rome, 1934

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Propaganda on the facade of Benitto Mussolini's headquarters in the Palazzio Braschi. Rome, 1934

Marcia su Roma ~ Luigi Martinati

Marcia su Roma ~ Luigi Martinati

The March on Rome, from 22 to 29 October 1922, was a march by which Italian dictator Benito Mussolini’s National Fascist Party came to power in the Kingdom of Italy. King Victor Emanuele III, who feared that Civil War might occur, handed over power to Benito Mussolini. This rise of Fascism in Italy contributed to the eventual beginning of WW2.  Image: “Ready, yesterday, today, tomorrow, to fight in the name of honor of Italy.”

The March on Rome, from 22 to 29 October 1922, was a march by which Italian dictator Benito Mussolini’s National Fascist Party came to power in the Kingdom of Italy. King Victor Emanuele III, who feared that Civil War might occur, handed over power to Benito Mussolini. This rise of Fascism in Italy contributed to the eventual beginning of WW2. Image: “Ready, yesterday, today, tomorrow, to fight in the name of honor of Italy.”

"Marcia su Roma", by Giacomo Balla (ca. 1933)

"Marcia su Roma", by Giacomo Balla (ca. 1933)

Marcia su Roma, 28 Ottobre 1922

Marcia su Roma, 28 Ottobre 1922


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