Benito Mussolini October 12, 2013 at 11:32 am
July 29, 1883 Benito Mussolini was born to a blacksmith and a school teacher in the north east portion of Italy. The family was poor, and his father Alessandro shared his beliefs that wealth should be spread more equally and there was no need for the monarchy, with his son. Mussolini believed that Italy has an enemy in the Roman Catholic Church since it was not in support of the state.
The beginning of World War One saw Benito Mussolini working for a newspaper, which had no mention of housewife phone sex. Five months later during October of 1915 he left his position at the newspaper because his views on the war had been altered. Benito Mussolini was removed from the Socialist Party and called to serve in the military during August of 1915. After rising to an army corporal his military career ended during February of 1917 after being wounded by a mortar bomb.
Benito Mussolini became a dictator over Italy with the 1922 march into Rome by the Fascist Party Blackshirts.