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Kissing the ground
Calcutta Telegraph

Kissing the ground

Mussolini, 1925 When King George V and Queen Mary left what was called a "native pageant" in Calcutta in January 1912, "the crowd burst the barriers, and the curious sight was again witnessed of Indians kissing the ground where Their Majesties ... Calcutta Telegraph, 6 hours ago

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A poet’s fascination with a Fascist

By Kalyan Kundu Rs 750 Rs 750 Meeting with Mussolini: Tagore’s Tours in Italy 1925 and 1926 Kalyan Kundu’s pleasantly informative book on an aspect of Rabindranath Tagore’s life that is not often discussed suggests two main conclusions. First, the old ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
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Unearthing a Roman Villa's Uneasy Past

Deep beneath the historic Villa Torlonia, where Benito Mussolini lived for nearly two decades, a wine cellar repurposed in 1941 as a bunker to protect the Fascist leader was recently opened to the public. Even in a city stratified with centuries of history, ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Mussolini slept here: Unearthing a Roman villa's uneasy past  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Today in History for July 29th

in history: Britain's Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer; Italy's fascist dictator Benito Mussolini born; President Dwight Eisenhower signs an act creating NASA; Artist Vincent Van Gogh dies.
 USA Today1 month ago

Kennedy, Far From Camelot

I met Charles Kennedy once. I also met Benito Mussolini. One of these statements is true. The other one is a bit of an exaggeration, but not as much of an exaggeration as you might think. They buried Charles Kennedy at Clunes the other day; and ...
 Huffington Post UK2 months ago
Irish Independent

It's Europe that has suffered a reputational catastrophe in Greece

Oxi Day has totemic significance in Greece. It commemorates the defiant Greek 'No' to Mussolini's ultimatum in 1940, and the heroic acceptance of war against a bigger military machine. Oxi Day has totemic significance in Greece. It commemorates the ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago It's Europe's reputation that's suffered  Canberra Times1 month ago Greek debt crisis: Above all, it's Europe's reputation that's suffered  The Northern Times1 month ago Debt is a Europe-wide crisis, not just a problem for the Greeks  The New Daily1 month ago
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National Interest

The Real, Great Greek Dilemma

During the Second World War, Italy invaded Greece and received such a thrashing Hitler was obliged to come to Mussolini's aid. Against the combined Axis nations, Greece held out longer than any country conquered by Nazi Germany, and German forces ...
 National Interest1 month ago Antony Beevor's 'The Second World War' is destined to be a classic  Examiner.com2 months ago China's Victory Day OpEd  Eurasia Review1 week ago World War II generation fading quietly away  WA Today2 weeks ago
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Canberra Times

The quiet passing of a great generation

The men and women who fought to defeat Hitler, Mussolini and Japanese militarism are quickly and quietly passing away. In fact, most are already gone. Nearly a million Australian men and women enlisted in the military during World War II. As we ...
 Canberra Times2 weeks ago

BoPaul Media Worldwide to Rep '80s Mussolini Miniseries

LOS ANGELES: BoPaul Media Worldwide has been named foreign distributor of the 1985 NBC miniseries Mussolini: The Untold Story, which starred Oscar winner George C. Scott in the title role. The estate of the late television producer Raymond Katz ...
 World Screen News1 month ago

The Moka Express

Alfonso Bialetti's espresso machine was originally a symbol of modernism and empire during Mussolini's heyday. But its engagingly simple operation and distinctive design have become the epitome of Italian style First patented in 1933, the Moka ...
 IconEye.com1 month ago
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