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Despite Italy's official alliance to Germany and membership in the Triple Alliance , the Kingdom of Italy initially remained neutral, claiming that the Triple Alliance was only for defensive purposes. In Italy, society was divided over the war: Italian socialists generally opposed the war and supported pacificism, while nationalists militantly supported the war. Long-time nationalists Gabriele D'Annunzio and Luigi Federzoni and an obscure Marxist journalist and new convert to nationalist sentiment, future Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini , demanded that Italy join the war.

For nationalists, Italy had to maintain its alliance with the Central Powers in order to gain colonial territories at the expense of France. For the liberals, the war presented Italy a long-awaited opportunity to use an alliance with the Entente to gain certain Italian-populated and other territories from Austria-Hungary, which had long been part of Italian patriotic aims since unification.

In , relatives of Italian revolutionary and republican hero Giuseppe Garibaldi died on the battlefield of France, where they had volunteered to fight. Federzoni used the memorial services to declare the importance of Italy joining the war and to warn the monarchy of the consequences of continued disunity in Italy if it did not:. Italy has awaited this since her truly national war, in order to feel unified at last, renewed by the unanimous action and identical sacrifice of all her sons.

Today, while Italy still wavers before the necessity imposed by history, the name of Garibaldi, resanctified by blood, rises again to warn her that she will not be able to defeat the revolution save by fighting and winning her national war.

Mussolini used his new newspaper Il Popolo d'Italia and his strong oratorical skills to urge nationalists and patriotic revolutionary leftists to support Italy's entry into the war to gain back Italian populated territories from Austria-Hungary, by saying "enough of Libya , and on to Trento and Trieste ". With nationalist sentiment firmly on the side of reclaiming Italian territories of Austria-Hungary, Italy entered negotiations with the Triple Entente.

The negotiations ended successfully in April when the London Pact was brokered with the Italian government. The pact ensured Italy the right to attain all Italian-populated lands it wanted from Austria-Hungary, as well as concessions in the Balkan Peninsula and suitable compensation for any territory gained by the United Kingdom and France from Germany in Africa. Italy joined the Triple Entente in its war against Austria-Hungary. The reaction in Italy was divided: Giolitti claimed that Italy would fail in the war, predicting high numbers of mutinies, Austro-Hungarian occupation of even more Italian territory and that the failure would produce a catastrophic rebellion that would destroy the liberal-democratic monarchy and the liberal-democratic secular institutions of the state.

The outset of the campaign against Austria-Hungary looked to initially favor Italy: Austria-Hungary's army was spread to cover its fronts with Serbia and Russia and Italy had a numerical superiority against the Austro-Hungarian Army. However, this advantage was never fully utilized because Italian military commander Luigi Cadorna insisted on a dangerous frontal assault against Austria-Hungary in an attempt to occupy the Slovenian plateau and Ljubljana.

This assault would put the Italian army not far away from Austria-Hungary's imperial capital, Vienna. After eleven failed offensives with enormous loss of life, the Italian campaign to take Vienna collapsed. Upon entering the war, geography was also a difficulty for Italy as its border with Austria-Hungary was along mountainous terrain.

In May , Italian forces at , men along the border outnumbered the Austrian and Germans almost precisely four to one. Italy's warships were outclassed by the Austro-Hungarian fleet and the situation was made more dire for Italy in that both the French Navy and the British Royal Navy were not sent into the Adriatic Sea.

Their respective governments viewed the Adriatic Sea as "far too dangerous to operate in due the concentration of the Austro-Hungarian fleet there". Morale fell among Italian soldiers who lived a tedious life when not on the front lines, as they were forbidden to enter theaters or bars, even when on leave.

However, when battles were about to occur alcohol was made freely available to the soldiers in order to reduce tension before the battle. In order to escape the tedium after battles, some groups of soldiers worked to create improvized whorehouses. D'Annunzio himself would participate in a number of paramilitary raids on Austrian positions along the Adriatic Sea coastline during the war and temporaly lost his sight after an air raid.

The Italian government became increasingly aggravated in with the passive nature of the Serbian army , which had not engaged in a serious offensive against Austria-Hungary for months. After , the situation for Italy grew steadily worse when the Austro-Hungarian Army managed to push the Italian Army back into Italy as far as Verona and Padova in their Strafexpedition.

At the same time, Italy faced a shortage of warships, increased attacks by submarines, soaring freight charges threatening the ability to supply food to soldiers, lack of raw materials and equipment and Italians faced high taxes to pay for the war. Finally in November , Cadorna ended offensive operations and began a defensive approach.

In , France, the United Kingdom and the United States offered to send troops to Italy to help it fend off the offensive of the Central Powers , but the Italian government refused as Sonnino did not want Italy to be seen as a client state of the Allies and preferred isolation as the more brave alternative.

The Russian Empire collapsed in a Russian Revolution , eventually resulting in the rise of the communist Bolshevik regime of Vladimir Lenin. The resulting marginalization of the Eastern Front allowed for more Austro-Hungarian and German forces to arrive on the front against Italy. Internal dissent against the war grew with increasingly poor economic and social conditions in Italy due to the strain of the war.

Much of the profit of the war was being made in the cities, while rural areas were losing income. After the Battle of Caporetto in , Italian forces were forced far back into Italian territory and the humiliation led to the arrival of Vittorio Emanuele Orlando as Prime Minister, who managed to solve some of Italy's wartime problems.

Orlando abandoned the previous isolationist approach to the war and increased coordination with the Allies and the use of the convoy system to fend off submarine attack, allowed Italy to be able to end food shortages from February onward and Italy received more raw materials from the Allies. The Italian government was infuriated with the Fourteen Points of Woodrow Wilson , the President of the United States , as the advocation of national self-determination meant that Italy would not gain Dalmazia as had been promised in the Treaty of London.

The opposing armies repeatedly failed afterwards in major battles such as Battle of Asiago and the Battle of Vittorio Veneto. The Italian Army crushed the Austrian Army in the latter battle. Austria-Hungary ended the fighting against Italy with the armistice on 4 November which ended World War I on this front one week before the widely understood 11 November armistice on the Western front.

During the war, the Italian Royal Army increased in size from 15, men in to , men in , with 5 million recruits in total entering service during the war. Italian society was divided between the majority pacifists who opposed Italian involvement in the war and the minority of pro-war nationalists who had condemned the Italian government for not having immediately gone to war with Austria-Hungary in The talks provided little territorial gain to Italy because during the peace talks Wilson promised freedom to all European nationalities to form their own nation states.

Furthermore, the British and French decided to divide the German overseas colonies into mandates of their own, with Italy receiving none of them. Italy also gained no territory from the breakup of the Ottoman Empire , despite a proposal being issued to Italy by the United Kingdom and France during the war, only to see these nations carve up the Ottoman Empire between themselves also exploting the forces of the Arab Revolt.

Despite this, Orlando agreed to sign the Treaty of Versailles, which caused uproar against his government. Civil unrest erupted in Italy between nationalists who supported the war effort and opposed the " mutilated victory " as nationalists referred to it and leftists who were opposed to the war. Furious over the peace settlement, the Italian nationalist poet Gabriele D'Annunzio led disaffected war veterans and nationalists to form the Free State of Fiume in September His popularity among nationalists led him to be called Il Duce "The Leader" and he used blackshirted paramilitary in his assault on Fiume.

The leadership title of Duce and the blackshirt paramilitary uniform would later be adopted by the Fascist movement of Benito Mussolini. The demand for the Italian annexation of Fiume spread to all sides of the political spectrum, including Mussolini's Fascists.

Italy annexed territories that included not only ethnically-mixed places, but also exclusively ethnic Slovene and Croat places, especially within the former Austrian Littoral and the former Duchy of Carniola. They included one-third of the entire territory inhabited by Slovenes at the time and one-quarter of the entire Slovene population, [88] who was during the 20 years long period of Italian Fascism — subjected to forced Italianization alongside 25, ethnic Germans.

According to author Paul N. Hehn, "the treaty left half a million Slavs inside Italy, while only a few hundred Italians in the fledgling Yugoslav i. Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes renamed Yugoslavia in state". Prior to World War I, Mussolini had opposed military conscription, protested against Italy's occupation of Libya and was the editor of the Socialist Party's official newspaper, Avanti!

During the war, Mussolini served in the Army and was wounded once. It was originally dominated by patriotic socialist and syndicalist veterans who opposed the pacifist policies of the Italian Socialist Party. The Fascists initially had a platform far more inclined to the left, promising social revolution, proportional representation, women's suffrage partly realized in and dividing private property held by estates.

On 15 April , the Fascists made their debut in political violence, when a group of members from the Fasci di Combattimento attacked the offices of Avanti! Recognizing the failures of the Fascists' initial revolutionary and left-leaning policy, Mussolini moved the organization away from the left and turned the revolutionary movement into an electoral movement in named the Partito Nazionale Fascista National Fascist Party.

The party echoed the nationalist themes of D'Annunzio and rejected parliamentary democracy while still operating within it in order to destroy it. Mussolini changed his original revolutionary policies, such as moving away from anti-clericalism to supporting the Roman Catholic Church and abandoned his public opposition to the monarchy. In , Giolitti had come back as Prime Minister in an attempt to solve the deadlock.

One year later, Giolitti's government had already become unstable and a growing socialist opposition further endangered his government. Giolitti believed that the Fascists could be toned down and used to protect the state from the socialists.

He decided to include Fascists on his electoral list for the elections. The Fascists rejected Giolitti's offers and joined with socialists in bringing down his government. In October , Mussolini took advantage of a general strike by workers and announced his demands to the government to give the Fascist Party political power or face a coup. With no immediate response, a small number of Fascists began a long trek across Italy to Rome which was known as the " March on Rome ", claiming to Italians that Fascists were intending to restore law and order.

The King was forced to decide which of the two rival movements in Italy would form the new government: Mussolini's Fascists or the anti-royalist Italian Socialist Party , ultimately deciding to endorse the Fascists. On 28 October , the King invited Mussolini to become Prime Minister, allowing Mussolini and the Fascist Party to pursue their political ambitions as long as they supported the monarchy and its interests.

At 39, Mussolini was young compared to other Italian and European leaders. His supporters named him "Il Duce" "The Leader". A personality cult was developed that portrayed him as the nation's saviour which was aided by the personal popularity he held with Italians already, which would remain strong until Italy faced continuous military defeats in World War II. Upon taking power, Mussolini formed a legislative coalition with nationalists, liberals and populists.

However, goodwill by the Fascists towards parliamentary democracy faded quickly: Following the election, Socialist deputy Giacomo Matteotti was assassinated after calling for an annulment of the elections because of the irregularities. Following the assassination, the Socialists walked out of parliament, allowing Mussolini to pass more authoritarian laws.

In , Mussolini accepted responsibility for the Fascist violence in and promised that dissenters would be dealt with harshly. Before the speech, Blackshirts smashed opposition presses and beat up several of Mussolini's opponents. This event is considered the onset of undisguised Fascist dictatorship in Italy, though it would be before the Fascist Party was formally declared the only legal party in the country. Over the next four years, Mussolini eliminated nearly all checks and balances on his power.

In , Mussolini passed a law that declared he was responsible only to the King and made him the sole person able to determine Parliament's agenda.

Local autonomy was swept away and appointed podestas replaced communal mayors and councils. Soon after all other parties were banned in , parliamentary elections were replaced by plebiscites in which the Grand Council nominated a single list of candidates. Mussolini wielded enormous political powers as the effective ruler of Italy.

The King was a figurehead and handled ceremonial roles, though he retained the power to dismiss the Prime Minister on the advice of the Grand Council—which is what happened in When Germany invaded Poland on 1 September beginning World War II , Mussolini publicly declared on 24 September that Italy had the choice of entering the war or to remain neutral which would cause the country to lose its national dignity. Nevertheless, despite his aggressive posture, Mussolini kept Italy out of the conflict for several months.

Mussolini told his son in law Count Ciano that he was personally jealous over Hitler's accomplishments and hoped that Hitler's prowess would be slowed down by Allied counterattack. In drawing out war plans, Mussolini and the Fascist regime decided that Italy would aim to annex large portions of Africa and the Middle East to be included in its colonial empire.

Hesitance remained from the King and military commander Pietro Badoglio , who warned Mussolini that Italy had too few tanks , armoured vehicles and aircraft available to be able to carry out a long-term war; Badoglio told Mussolini "It is suicide" for Italy to get involved in the European conflict.

Italy hoped to quickly conquer Savoia , Nizza , Corsica and the African colonies of Tunisia and Algeria from the French, but this was quickly stopped when Germany signed an armistice with the French commander Philippe Petain who established Vichy France which retained control over these territories. This decision by Germany angered the Fascist regime. The one Italian strength that concerned the Allies was the Italian Royal Navy Regia Marina , the fourth-largest navy in the world at the time.

In November , the British Royal Navy launched a surprise air attack on the Italian fleet at Taranto which crippled Italy's major warships. Although the Italian fleet did not inflict serious damage as was feared, it did keep significant British Commonwealth naval forces in the Mediterranean Sea.

This fleet needed to fight the Italian fleet to keep British Commonwealth forces in Egypt and the Middle East from being cut off from Britain. In on the Italian-controlled island of Kastelorizo , off of the coast of Turkey , Italian forces succeeded in repelling British and Australian forces attempting to occupy the island during Operation Abstention.

In December , a covert attack by Italian forces took place in Alexandria , Egypt , in which Italian divers attached explosives to British warships resulting in two British battleships being severely damaged. This was known as the Raid on Alexandria. In , the Italian navy inflicted a serious blow to a British convoy fleet attempting to reach Malta during Operation Harpoon , sinking multiple British vessels.

Over time, the Allied navies inflicted serious damage to the Italian fleet, and ruined Italy's one advantage to Germany. Continuing indications of Italy's subordinate nature to Germany arose during the Greco-Italian War , which was disastrous for the poorly-armed Italian Army.

Mussolini had intended the war with Greece to prove to Germany that Italy was no minor power in the alliance, but a capable empire which could hold its own weight. Mussolini boasted to his government that he would even resign from being Italian if anyone found fighting the Greeks to be difficult. Mussolini in private angrily accused Italians on the battlefield of becoming "overcome with a crisis of artistic sentimentalism and throwing in the towel".

To gain back ground in Greece, Germany reluctantly began a Balkans Campaign alongside Italy which resulted also in the destruction of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in and the ceding of Dalmazia to Italy.

The ceding of the Adriatic Sea islands was considered by the Independent State of Croatia to be a minimal loss, as in exchange for those cessions they were allowed to annex all of modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina , which led to the persecution of the Serb population there.

However, Italy did hold military control across all of Croatia's coast , which combined with Italian control of Albania and Montenegro gave Italy complete control of the Adriatic Sea, thus completing a key part of the Mare Nostrum policy of the Fascists.

Under Italian army commander Mario Roatta 's watch, the violence against the Slovene civil population in the Province of Ljubljana easily matched that of the Germans [] with summary executions, hostage-taking and hostage killing, reprisals, internments to Rab and Gonars concentration camps and the burning of houses and whole villages.

Roatta issued additional special instructions stating that the repression orders must be "carried out most energetically and without any false compassion".

The German army sent a detachment to join the Italian army in Libya to save the colony from the British advance. German army units in the Afrika Korps under General Erwin Rommel were the mainstay in the campaign to push the British out of Libya and into central Egypt in to The victories in Egypt were almost entirely credited to Rommel's strategic brilliance.

The Italian forces received little media attention in North Africa because of their dependence on the superior weaponry and experience of Rommel's forces. For a time in , Italy from an official standpoint controlled large amounts of territory along the Mediterranean Sea.

Italy also oversaw a military occupation over significant sections of southern France, but despite the official territorial achievements, the so-called "Italian Empire" was a paper tiger by Also despite Rommel's advances in and early , the campaign in Northern Africa began to collapse in late By , Italy was failing on every front, by January of the year, half of the Italian forces serving on the Eastern Front had been destroyed, [] the African campaign had collapsed, the Balkans remained unstable and demoralised Italians wanted an end to the war.

Allied troops landed in Sicily with little initial opposition from Italian forces. The situation changed as the Allies ran into German forces, who held out for some time before Sicily was taken over by the Allies. The Allies steadily advanced through Italy with little opposition from demoralized Italian soldiers, while facing serious opposition from German forces.

By , Mussolini had lost the support of the Italian population for having led a disastrous war effort. To the world, Mussolini was viewed as a "sawdust caesar" for having led his country to war with ill-equipped and poorly trained armed forces that failed in battle.

The first stage of his ousting took place when the Fascist Party's Grand Council, under the direction of Dino Grandi , voted to remove Mussolini as the party's leader. Mussolini was immediately arrested upon his removal. When the radio brought the unexpected news, Italians assumed the war was practically over.

The Fascist organizations that had for two decades pledged their loyalty to Il Duce were silent—no effort was made by any of them to protest. The new Badoglio government stripped away the final elements of Fascist government by banning the Fascist Party. The Fascists had never controlled the army, but they did have a separately armed militia, which was merged into the army.

All local Fascist formations clubs and meetings were shut down. Slowly, the most outspoken Fascists were purged from office. Italy then signed an armistice with the Allied armed forces and the Kingdom of Italy joined the Allies in their war against Germany. The Badoglio government attempted to establish a non-partisan administration and a number of political parties were allowed to exist again after years of being banned under Fascism. These ranged from liberal to communist parties which all were part of the government.

However, Mussolini's reign in Italy was not over, as a German commando unit led by Otto Skorzeny rescued Mussolini from the mountain hotel where he was being held under arrest. The Italian Social Republic was a German puppet state. The Fascist state's armed forces were a combination of Mussolini loyalist Fascists and German armed forces. However Mussolini had little power, Hitler and the German armed forces led the campaign against the Allies and saw little interest in preserving Italy as more than a buffer zone against an Allied invasion of Germany.

Life for Italians under German occupation was hard, especially in Rome. Rome's citizens by had grown tired of the war and upon Italy signing an armistice with the Allies on 8 September , Rome's citizens took to the streets chanting " Viva la pace! Mussolini was captured on 27 April by Communist Italian partisans near the Swiss border as he tried to escape Italy. On the next day, he was executed for high treason as sentenced in absentia by a tribunal of the National Liberation Committee.

Afterwards, the bodies of Mussolini, his mistress and about fifteen other Fascists were taken to Milan , where they were displayed to the public. Days later on 2 May , the German forces in Italy surrendered.

The government of Badoglio remained in being for some nine months. On 9 June , he was replaced as Prime Minister by the year-old anti-fascist leader Ivanoe Bonomi. Much like Japan and Germany , the aftermath of World War II left Italy with a destroyed economy, a divided society and anger against the monarchy for its endorsement of the Fascist regime for the previous twenty years.

Anger flourished as well over Italy's embarrassment of being occupied by the Germans and then by the Allies. Even prior to the rise of the Fascists, the monarchy was seen to have performed poorly, with society extremely divided between the wealthy North and poor South.

World War I resulted in Italy making few gains and was seen as what fostered the rise of Fascism. These frustrations compacted into a revival of the Italian republican movement. The table of results shows some relevant differences in the different parts of Italy. The peninsula seemed to be drastically cut in two areas: Some monarchist groups claimed that there was manipulation by northern republicans, socialists and communists.

Others argued that Italy was still too chaotic in to have an accurate referendum. Regardless, to prevent civil war Umberto II was deposed and a new republic was born with bitter resentment by the new government against the House of Savoy. All male members of the Savoy family were barred from entering Italy in , which was only repealed in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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