10 - History - Unit 4 - Fascism In Italy

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  • 1. 

    The founder of the Fascist Party was

    • A.

      Adolf Hitler

    • B.

      Benito Mussolini

    • C.

      Stalin

    • D.

      Lenin

    Correct Answer
    B. Benito Mussolini
    Explanation
    Benito Mussolini is the correct answer because he was the founder of the Fascist Party in Italy. Mussolini established the party in 1919 and became its leader, implementing a totalitarian regime known as fascism. He sought to create a centralized authoritarian state, promoting nationalism, militarism, and anti-communism. Mussolini's rise to power and his alliance with Adolf Hitler in World War II further solidified his role as a key figure in the development of fascist ideology.

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  • 2. 

    Mussolini organized the National Fascist Party in

    • A.

      Nov 1921

    • B.

      Dec 1921

    • C.

      Jan 1921

    • D.

      Feb 1921

    Correct Answer
    A. Nov 1921
    Explanation
    Mussolini organized the National Fascist Party in November 1921. This is evident from the options provided, where November 1921 is the only option mentioned.

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  • 3. 

    Mussolini provided a

    • A.

      Democratic government

    • B.

      Communist government

    • C.

      Stable government

    • D.

      Republican government

    Correct Answer
    C. Stable government
    Explanation
    Mussolini provided a stable government. This means that during his rule, Italy experienced a period of relative political stability and strong leadership. Mussolini's fascist regime aimed to establish law and order, suppress opposition, and maintain control over the country. Under his rule, Mussolini centralized power, eliminated political rivals, and implemented policies to promote economic growth and social stability. While his government was authoritarian and lacked democratic principles, it was able to maintain stability in Italy for a significant period of time.

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  • 4. 

    The great relief was provided to the workers by

    • A.

      ILO

    • B.

      Factory Act

    • C.

      Trade Unions

    • D.

      Charter of Labour

    Correct Answer
    D. Charter of Labour
    Explanation
    The Charter of Labour is the correct answer because it is a document or agreement that outlines the rights and protections of workers. It is designed to ensure fair and safe working conditions, fair wages, and protection against exploitation. By implementing the Charter of Labour, workers are provided with relief as their rights and well-being are safeguarded. The ILO, Factory Act, and Trade Unions may also contribute to worker relief, but the Charter of Labour specifically focuses on addressing the needs and concerns of workers.

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  • 5. 

    Mussolini made common cause with

    • A.

      Churchill

    • B.

      Hitler

    • C.

      Stalin

    • D.

      Lenin

    Correct Answer
    B. Hitler
    Explanation
    Mussolini made common cause with Hitler because both leaders shared similar ideologies and goals. They were both fascist dictators who sought to expand their respective countries' territories and exert dominance over other nations. Mussolini admired Hitler's aggressive foreign policy and believed that aligning with him would strengthen Italy's position in Europe. This alliance, known as the Rome-Berlin Axis, led to Italy's participation in World War II as an ally of Nazi Germany.

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  • 6. 

    Mussolini left the league of Nations in

    • A.

      1931

    • B.

      1932

    • C.

      1935

    • D.

      1937

    Correct Answer
    D. 1937
    Explanation
    Mussolini left the League of Nations in 1937. This decision was primarily driven by Mussolini's desire to expand Italy's empire and establish Italian dominance in the Mediterranean region. By leaving the League of Nations, Mussolini aimed to assert Italy's independence and pursue his aggressive foreign policy without any international interference or constraints. This move also highlighted Mussolini's growing alignment with Nazi Germany and his willingness to defy international norms and institutions.

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