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   At 7am, they reached Masso, where the partisans had blocked the road.  Lt. Fallmeyer went to negotiate with the partisan commander, Count Pierluigi Bellini delle Stelle ("Pedro") of the 52nd Garibaldi Brigade.  The partisans agreed to allow the Germans to pass but not the Italians.


Vincere , a biopic on Dalser's life, directed by Marco Bellocchio and starring Giovanna Mezzogiorno , was screened at the 2009 American Film Institute Festival and in competition at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival .

Contrary to a common misconception, Mussolini did not become prime minister because of the March on Rome. King of Italy Victor Emmanuel III knew that if he did not choose a government under either the Fascist or Socialist party, Italy would soon be involved in a civil war. Accordingly, he asked Mussolini to become Prime Minister, obviating the need for the March on Rome. However, because fascists were already arriving from all around Italy, he decided to continue. In effect, the threatened seizure of power became nothing more than a victory parade.

At rallies—surrounded by supporters wearing black shirts —Mussolini caught the imagination of the crowds. His physique was impressive, and his style of oratory, staccato and repetitive, was superb. His attitudes were highly theatrical, his opinions were contradictory, his facts were often wrong, and his attacks were frequently malicious and misdirected; but his words were so dramatic, his metaphors so apt and striking, his vigorous, repetitive gestures so extraordinarily effective, that he rarely failed to impose his mood.

You know what? I misspoke. I was thinking of my carbonara. In that recipe I brown the pancetta and deglaze with a little white wine. But I don’t do it when I make Amatriciana, I think for the very reason you state–too much acidity. At any rate, you made me crave bucatini all’Amatriciana so that’s what I’m making for dinner tonight. The big question I have to wrestle with now: onion or no onion? đŸ˜‰

Rome from its beginnings to the Empire: Our focus is on major monuments of classical antiquity, such as the Roman forum complex, the Colosseum and the Pantheon, which trace both the political and cultural evolution of Rome from the period of the Republic to that of the Empire.

In the United States the Ku Klux Klan , a white supremacist organization founded at the end of the Civil War and revived in 1915, displayed some fascist characteristics. One of its offshoots, the Black Legion, had some 60,000 members in the early 1930s and committed numerous acts of arson and bombing. In 1930 Catholic priest Charles E. Coughlin began national radio broadcasts of sermons on political and economic subjects; his talks became increasingly antidemocratic and anti-Semitic, as did the journal he founded, Social Justice . After running unsuccessfully for the . presidency in 1936, Coughlin became an apologist for Hitler, Mussolini, and Franco. In 1942 Social Justice was banned from the . mails for violating the Espionage Act, and in the same year the American Catholic church ordered Coughlin to stop his broadcasts. The pro-Nazi German-American Bund , founded in 1933, staged military drills and mass rallies until it disintegrated with the . entry into the war in 1941.

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