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Heinemann Advanced History : Mussolini & Italy - Edward Townley

Heinemann Advanced History

Mussolini & Italy

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Separate sections for AS and A2 ensures students have the information they need at the right depth. Exam preparation and advice at the end of each section help students understand what examiners are looking for and what style questions your exam board will set. A more accessible AS format eases the transition from GCSE while the A2 section develops students' skills and helps them rise to the challenge of A Level exams.

  • The weaknesses of Liberal Italy
  • Fascism's appeal, 1919-22
  • Consolidating the fascist regime, 1922-5
  • Fascist political life, 1925-43
  • Fascist Italy: the economy
  • Fascist society
  • Italian foreign policy, 1922-40
  • Italy at war
  • Why did Mussolini become prime minister in 1922?
  • Why was Mussolini able to acquire dictatorial powers?
  • What were the main features of fascism?
  • Was fascist Italy a totalitarian state?
  • What was Mussolini's role in the fascist state?
  • Analysing fascist Italy: central issues
  • Analysing Italian foreign policy, 1935-40.

ISBN: 9780435327255
ISBN-10: 9780435327255
Series: Heinemann Advanced History
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st April 2002
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.5 x 17.5  x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1