The march on Rome / Giulia Albanese ; translated by Sergio Knipe.
- Standardized Title:
- Marcia su Roma. English
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
- Routledge studies in fascism and the far right
Routledge studies in fascism and the far right
xvii, 192 pages ; 24 cm.
- Italy -- History -- March on Rome, 1922.
Italy -- Politics and government -- 1922-1945.
Fascism -- Italy.
Politics and government.
March on Rome (Italy : 1922).
- "The aim of this book is to reconstruct the violent nature of the March on Rome and to emphasise its significance in demarcating a real break in the country's history and the beginning of the Fascist dictatorship. This aspect of the March has long been obscured: first by the Fascists' celebratory project, and then by the ironic and reductive interpretation of the event put forward by anti-Fascists. This volume focuses on the role and purpose of Fascist political violence from its origins. In doing so, it highlights the conflictual nature of the March by illustrating the violent impact it had on Italian institutions as well as the importance of a debate on this political turning point in Italy and beyond. The volume also examines how the event crucially contributed to the construction of a dictatorial political regime in Italy in the weeks following Mussolini's appointment as head of the government. Originally published in Italian, this book fills a notable gap in current critical discussion surrounding the March in the English language"-- Provided by publisher.
- The coup d'état policy
Toward the march
The march on Rome
The march after the march
A year of fascist domination.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
- Knipe, Sergio, translator.
Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
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