Fascist Italy Quiz

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Quiz on Fascist Italy Quiz, created by ameliaalice on 04/06/2015.

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Question 1

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When did Benito Mussolini become Prime Minister of Italy?
Answer
  • November 29th 1922
  • October 27th 1921
  • October 29th 1922
  • November 17th 1921

Question 2

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How many seats did Mussolini win in the 1921 election?
Answer
  • 35 seats
  • 30 seats
  • 22 seats
  • 14 seats

Question 3

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How did Mussolini die?
Answer
  • He committed suicide after the events of the second world war.
  • He was shot in the head whilst driving to work.
  • He died peacefully in his sleep, at the age of 61.
  • He was hung by Italian communists.

Question 4

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In the 1919 national election what percentage of votes did the Fascist party receive in Milan?
Answer
  • 3%
  • 8.5%
  • Less than 2%
  • 7%

Question 5

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What did the Fascist Party go against?
Answer
  • They were against: trades unions, and the PSI, as well as capitalism and big business, the monarchy and the church.
  • They were against: extreme nationalism, militarism and the idea of a heroic leader.
  • They were against: the idea of a totalitarian state, and instead believed in class war.

Question 6

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What were some of the main failures of Liberal Italy?
Answer
  • One failure was the increasing economic growth of the country.
  • Some failures included the strong friendship between the North and South, as well as the friendship between the Church and the State.
  • One failure was that everyone in the country was entitled to a vote.
  • Some failures included the North Vs. South division, the conflict between the Church and the state, as well as the franchise and the effects of the war.

Question 7

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Who influenced Mussolini's anti-Semitic behaviour in 1938?
Answer
  • Nobody influenced his decision to enforce anti-Semitic behaviour, he always had anti-Jewish thoughts and beliefs.
  • His relationship with Hitler influenced his behaviour towards the Jewish race.
  • His father told him that anti-Semitic behaviour would benefit Italy.
  • The Church influenced his decisions to mistreat the Jewish people.
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