Italo Balbo: A Fascist Life
University of California Press, 9 Ağu 1990 - 482 sayfa
Pioneering aviator, blackshirt leader, colonial governor, confidante and heir-apparent to Benito Mussolini, the dashing and charismatic Italo Balbo exemplified the ideals of Fascist Italy during the 1920s and 30s. He earned national notoriety after World War I as a ruthless squadrista whose blackshirt forces crushed socialist and trade union organizations. As Minister of Aviation from 1926 to 1933, he led two internationally heralded mass trans-Atlantic flights. When his aerial armada reached the U. S., Chicago honored him with a Balbo Avenue, New York staged a ticker-tape parade, and President Roosevelt invited him to lunch. As colonial governor from 1933 to 1940, Balbo transformed Libya from backward colony to model Italian province. To many, Italo Balbo seemed to embody a noble vision of Fascism and the New Italy.
6 sonuçtan 6-6 arası sonuçlar
Bu kitap için görüntüleme sınırınıza ulaştınız.
Bu kitap için görüntüleme sınırınıza ulaştınız.
Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın
Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık.
The Colonizer 19341940
Governor General of Libya Builder and Colonizer
Governor General of Libya Creator of the Fourth Shore
Frondeur The Germanophobe
Fascist The Model Fascists Fascism
Soldier North African Commander
Soldier Death of a Hero
Minister Father of the Aeronautica
Aviator The Mediterranean Cruises
Aviator The First Atlantic Cruise
Aviator The Second Atlantic Cruise
Air Marshal The Road to Exile
Diğer baskılar - Tümünü görüntüle
according aerial Aeronautica aircraft appeared armed army Atlantic attacked August authority aviation became beginning Blackshirts Bono budget carried Chamber of Deputies chief claimed colonial colonists command completed cruise death Diario direction Duce enemy example expedition fascist Ferrara Finally flight flying force foreign four friends gave German Grand Guerri head Ibid included interest Italian Italo Balbo Italy Italy's January journalist July June labor land later leader least letter Libya major March meeting ment Milan military militia minister ministry months Mussolini needed never Nevertheless North noted October once organization Parma party patriotic perhaps pilots policies political position prepared rank remained Rome sense socialist squads tion told took Tripoli turned United wanted World wrote York
Sayfa 87 - Fascist violence in summer 1922 I [then] announced to [the chief of police] that I would burn down and destroy the houses of all Socialists in Ravenna if he did not give me within half an hour the means required for transporting the Fascists elsewhere. It was a dramatic moment. I demanded a whole fleet of trucks. The police officers completely lost their heads; but after half an hour they told me where I could find trucks already filled with gasoline. Some of them actually belonged to the office...
Sayfa 433 - Atti del secondo convegno di studi sindacali e corporativi. Ferrara 5-8 maggio 1932-X.
Sayfa 87 - Ravenna if he did not give me within half an hour the means required for transporting the Fascists elsewhere. It was a dramatic moment. I demanded a whole fleet of trucks. The police officers completely lost their heads; but after half an hour they told me where I could find trucks already filled with gasoline. Some of them actually belonged to the office of the chief of police. My ostensible reason was that I wanted to get the exasperated Fascists out of town; in reality, I was organizing a 'column...
Sayfa 134 - Yours received. Remain Ferrara. Keep very calm. Show yourself able to wait in silence. This is what one must do at the moment. Your faithful friend Grandi embraces you.
Sayfa 133 - November 3o, he advised his supporters to prove their obedience "one last time," but if the opposition did not accept this "last message of peace," then "we are ready to make the war cry of the first days of fascism sound again.
Sayfa 149 - Fascism proclaimed itself to be a new and revolutionary political movement, a break with the past, a path to the future; so was aviation. Fascism exalted courage, youth, speed, power, heroism; so did flying.
Sayfa 207 - They are good-looking soldiers. . . . Whoever professes a political faith strongly respects that of others, most of all when he opposes it. " He even pointed up a certain convergence between fascism and bolshevism, remarking on their common antipathy toward the Western democracies, "rotten to the bone, lying and false, with all the wiles of a superior civilization."* But this should not be taken too far.
Sayfa 45 - ... made a treaty with Tom Blunt, one of the less hostile chiefs of the Tuscaroras, by which a good part of the southern and eastern Indians were led to side with the English. Thus aided from abroad, with finances strengthened, and with power in the newly-created allies, the people of the colony prepared to make a last desperate attempt to break the power of the Indians. Moore came early in December, 1712, and, owing to the trouble in getting food, Pollock asked Moore to march his men into the Albemarle...