- Who are the squadristi, and why are they necessary?
- What is fascism, and why is it necessary for Italy?
- What are your plans for the future of Italy?
- How do you feel about the Treaty of Versailles? Why?
- Do you believe in a socialist state? Why?
- How is a socialist state different from fascism?
- What are your territorial goals for Italy?
Italian life under fascism : selections from the Fry collection includes: photographic images, posters, propaganda and pamphlets relating to Italian fascism from 1922-1945. Issues covered include: the rise of Mussolini; Italian foreign policy during the Second World War; fascist propaganda; fascist youth organisations; the relationship between women and fascism and information distributed by opposition groups.
Benito Mussolini and the invasion of Abyssinia poses the question of whether the invasion of Abyssinia (now known as Ethiopia), which then lay between the Italian colonies of Eritrea and Somaliland, was justified.
Death of the Father: An Anthropology of Ends in Political Authority explores the questions behind sovereign power and the symbolisation of the 'father' that supported six famous dictators, and the repercussions of their death to the national imaginary. The regimes of Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, and the State Socialist systems of East Germany, Yugoslavia, Romania, and the Soviet Union are addressed.