What Is Fascism and Why? Tomaso Sillani

ISBN: 9781406775709

Published: March 1st 2007

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360 pages


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What Is Fascism and Why?  by  Tomaso Sillani

What Is Fascism and Why? by Tomaso Sillani
March 1st 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 360 pages | ISBN: 9781406775709 | 10.22 Mb

WHAT IS FASCISM AND WHY EDITED BY TOMASO SILLANI LA RASSEGNA ITALIANA NEW YORK. THE MACMILLAN COMPANY ILFE MAGNA PARENS FRUGUM SATURN A TKLLUS MAGNA V1RUM he Arntf ana the Ducc INTRODUCTION ITALY AS COLLABORATOR IN WORLD PEACE This volumeMoreWHAT IS FASCISM AND WHY EDITED BY TOMASO SILLANI LA RASSEGNA ITALIANA NEW YORK. THE MACMILLAN COMPANY ILFE MAGNA PARENS FRUGUM SATURN A TKLLUS MAGNA V1RUM he Arntf ana the Ducc INTRODUCTION ITALY AS COLLABORATOR IN WORLD PEACE This volume demonstrates the tremendous effort which Italy through the work of Fascism, its laws and the institutions created and perfected by it, has made, and continues to make, in all fields of civil activity.

Its several chapters, which constitute genuine documents written by men of the greatest authority and responsibility, describe how the Ital ian State has been legally transformed, what is the nature of its cor porative arrangement, on what financial bases the strengthening of the nation proceeds, what are the developments of agriculture, of land re clamation, of industry, of communications in Italy and her colonies, how the regime fights for the solution of the demographic problem and for the betterment of the race, how it works in the field of culture, schools, education of the young, in what way it provides for the development of the Kingdom - in short, it illustrates how imposing is the mass of public works which bear the sign of the fasces and which will be num bered in the future among the most eloquent testimonials of this period of Italian history.

Naturally, of all the undertakings which the Fascist regime fosters, coordinates, and promotes, there are recorded here only those of essential importance and original stamp, to be considered almost as the lineaments of the new Italy.

But they are organic and definitive and from them is derived the now evident character of all Fascist policy the peaceful de velopment of Italy, in open contrast with thebiassed legends which depict her as dominated by a dream of dangerous adventures, which even denounce as menaces to world peace the words she pronounces or the steps she takes in behalf of the elementary necessities of her own existence and defence. Truth can be hidden but not suppressed it is now begin ning to appear in full lucidity.

In fact, among the nations of the world, Italy is the one which, in proportion to her rank as a great Power and her right of equality with the greatest Powers, makes the smallest expenditure for armaments. She has always sought with sincere and dignified consistency, not only to establish peaceful relations with the peoples to whom her own interests are most directly linked, but also to contribute, as-- 4ll--beri hown - below, to the pacification of Europe, after the tragic events of the Great Wax How could she act otherwise When a nation carries out internally the incessant work of which this volume represents the grandiose propor tions, and dedicates to that work the greatest part of its financial re sources and energies, it can certainly have neither the time nor the mater ial possibility of thinking about preparing or making a chimerical war.

Italys international relations, as expressed by the organic develop ment of her foreign policy, are throe in perfect harmony with the character and development of her domestic policy. It is therefore of primary 6 What is Fascism and why importance, in presenting this volume to foreigners, that her foreign policy be methodically recorded, so that it may be seen to what extent this runs parallel to the internal policy of peaceful improvement and fall development of the soil and national resources, as well as theform ation of a pacific spirit in the new generations.

- On its advent to power, Fascism found Italys international posi tion weakened and compromised by the Governments which had preceded it, and European international relations greatly disturbed and menaced by violently conflicting influences in the first uneasy period of the ap plication of the peace treaties...



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