Mussolini in the First World War: The Journalist, the Soldier, the Fascist

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Index
Abisso, A., 176
Agenzia Italiana di Pubblicità, backs Il Popolo d'Italia, 36
Ake, C, 76, 189
Albertini, L., 35, 91, 189
Albrecht-Carrié, R., 15, 19, 189
Alexander (King of Yugoslavia), 17
Althusser, L., 76, 189
definition of Ideology, 76
Amendola, G., 147, 151, 152, 189
see also Pact of Rome (1918)
American Civil War (1861-65), 61
ANC (Associazione Nazionale Combattenti), 26-7
ANI (Associazione Nazionale Italiana), 12, 184
ANMIG (Associazione Nazionale fra Mutilati e Invalidi di Guerra), 26
Aosta, Duke of, 127, 134, 135
Arditi,
Associazione Arditi, 22
behind first fascist street violence (1919), 28
origins and nature, 23, 28
Arena, L', 179
Aronson, A., 68, 190
Arros, (Rossato, A.), 190
Askew, W. C, 35, 190
Audoin-Rouzeau, S., 88, 190
Avanti! (PSI daily), 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 36, 39, 49, 64, 90, 104, 132, 134 fascist attack on (1919), 56, 185
Avvenire d'Italia, L', 108, 112
Badoglio, General P., 142
Bakunin, M., 44, 45
Balestra, GL., 82, 190
Balfour, A. J. (British Foreign Secretary), 133
Banan, A. J., 190
Baroni, E., 56
Battaglie (newspaper of the UIL), 24
Battisti, C, 18, 190
Becker, A., 88, 190
Becker, J.-J., 88, 190
Behan, T., 187, 190
Below, General O. von, 141
Beltramelli, A., 5, 190
Bencivenga, Colonel R., 98
Benedict XV, 134
Papal note (1917), 133, 135, 180
Bersaglieri corps
founding and function, 68-9
Berti, C, 33
Bethmann Hollweg, T. von (German Chancellor), 113
Bianchi, M., 21, 102, 103, 104, 105
Binda, Dr A.
covers Mussolini's syphilis (1917), 121
forges copy of Mussolini's medical file (1917), 121

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Stating the Programme November 1918-June 1919 11
  • 2: Man of Straw July 1914-May 1915 31
  • 3: Mind and Matter May-November 1915 59
  • 4: Digging in November 1915-June 1916 87
  • 5: Disenchanted Warrior July 1916-February 1917 107
  • 6: War and Revolution March-October 1917 123
  • 7: Victory Imagined October 1917-November 1918 141
  • 8: Envisioning Fascism October 1917-November 1918 163
  • Conclusion 183
  • Bibliography 189
  • Index 201
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