Tag: Benito Mussolini

“I thought this was supposed to be a movement of young people? Everyone’s our age, even older. So far.” (More…)

Located at the intersection of two channels emanating from the scenic Motława River, Gdánsk’s recently opened Museum of the Second World War has quickly become one of the city’s main tourist attractions. (More…)

Chaos reigned on the road between Musso and Dongo, two small towns north of Lake Como. (More…)

The first time the heads of Italy and Germany’s two biggest fascist parties met was in Venice, in June 1934. Things didn’t go so well for Benito Mussolini, who, a longtime hero of the new German chancellor, sought Adolf Hitler’s assurance that Italy could control Austria. (More…)