Who was Mussolini.
Benito Mussolini is very famous, albeit an infamous figure in the history of Italy. Mussolini was the founder of the fascist movement and one of the dictators of the 20th century. During World War II, he allied with Adolf Hitler, and his aggressive policy had already begun before the war broke out.
Mussolini was born in 1883 years in a rather poor family, he was educated to be a teacher and he received this profession in 1901 year. In order to escape from military service, he went to Switzerland, where he conducted socialist activities. He was assigned to the army anyway during World War I., and while fighting at the front he was wounded with a mortar shell. W 1921 he founded the National Fascist Party, a 28 October 1922 roku zorganizował słynny March on Rome, thanks to which he took power as prime minister of Italy. Mussolini came to be referred to as Duce, that is, the leader. During World War II, Mussolini allied with Hitler, waging aggression against Greece and North Africa. His policy, however, resulted in a series of disasters, through which Mussolini lost popularity and was arrested in 1943 year. The Germans managed to recapture it, however, escape from the approaching Italy in 1945 year the Allies could no longer cope.
Mussolini was captured along with his mistress and several associates in the process of escaping. They were all shot, and their bodies were hung upside down at a gas station in Milan. The furious crowd demanded it.