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The Kingdom of Italy witnessed significant widespread civil unrest and political strife in the aftermath of World War I and the rise of the Far-right Fascist movement led by Benito Mussolini which opposed the rise of the international left, especially the far-left along with others who opposed Fascism.

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  • العنف الفاشي والمناهض للفاشية في إيطاليا (1919–1926)
  • Violence fasciste et antifasciste en Italie (1919-1926)
  • Fascist and anti-Fascist violence in Italy (1919–1926)
  • Rivoluzione fascista
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  • شهدت مملكة إيطاليا اضطراباتًا مدنيةً واسعةً النطاق وصراعًا سياسيًا كبيرًا في أعقاب الحرب العالمية الأولى وصعود الحركة الفاشية اليمينية المتطرفة بقيادة بينيتو موسوليني التي عارضت صعود اليسار الدولي وخاصة اليسار المتطرف مع آخرين يعارضون الفاشية.
  • The Kingdom of Italy witnessed significant widespread civil unrest and political strife in the aftermath of World War I and the rise of the Far-right Fascist movement led by Benito Mussolini which opposed the rise of the international left, especially the far-left along with others who opposed Fascism.
  • Le Royaume d'Italie a été le théâtre de troubles civils et de conflits politiques généralisés à la suite de la Première Guerre mondiale et de la montée du mouvement fasciste dirigé par Benito Mussolini, qui s'est opposé à la montée de la gauche internationale, en particulier de l'extrême gauche avec d'autres opposants au fascisme.
  • La locuzione rivoluzione fascista è stata utilizzata da intellettuali ed esponenti politici del fascismo per definire gli anni della nascita e della presa del potere da parte del fascismo in Italia e i progressivi mutamenti istituzionali che portarono da un regime liberale a quello totalitario. È stata ripresa dalla storiografia a partire dagli anni settanta del XX secolo non più a scopo celebrativo, ma come definizione dei caratteri di rottura che il fascismo ebbe sulla società italiana.
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  • Civil unrest in Italy
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  • Civil unrest in Italy (1919–1926)
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  • Benito Mussolini and Fascists during the March on Rome in 1922.
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  • Antonio Gramsci
  • Benito Mussolini
  • Amadeo Bordiga
  • Giovanni Giolitti
  • Errico Malatesta
  • Ivanoe Bonomi
  • ---- 1922–1926
  • Luigi Facta
  • Victor Emmanuel III
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