Italian  WW2  literally translated: "Not Give Up" - Loosely translated to: "Never Surrender"

Italian literally translated: "Not Give Up" - Loosely translated to: "Never Surrender" by G: Boccasile

Benito , se ci fossi tu troveremmo la forza per fare un'altra marcia su Roma

Benito , se ci fossi tu troveremo la forza per fare un'altra marcia su Roma

Adolf Hitler, who only recently assumed power over the German Reich, makes formal introductions with the leader of the Reich's southern neighbor of Italy, Benito Mussolini, during a diplomatic rendezvous in the Italian city of Venice. Hitler was furious throughout the entire 3 days of his visit due to his advisers suggesting he wear civilian clothes instead of his normal NSDAP attire, only to discover Mussolini and his entire Italian contingent were decked out in party uniforms.

Hitler and Mussolini during their first-ever meeting in Venice. Hitler was furious throughout the entire three days because his advisers told him to wear civilian clothes. However, Mussolini and.

Propaganda fascista e anni Trenta in Italia « Novecento in rete

Propaganda fascista e anni Trenta in Italia

Propaganda fascista e anni Trenta in Italia « Novecento in rete

Duce seems to be disgusted

Benito Mussolini Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini July 1883 – 28 April was an Italian politician who led the National Fascist Party and is credited with being one of the key figures in the creation of fascism.

Benito Mussolini saluting as women march past during a Fascist rally, Rome, May

Rijeka / Fiume - 1921. - D'Annunzio

Rijeka / Fiume - 1921. - D'Annunzio

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