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Size Doesn't Matter

In most countries, Alessandra Mussolini wouldn't be more than a passing nostalgia act on the political stage. But in Italy, the granddaughter of Italian Fascist...

D-DAY: Fascism

Throughout Europe, the past is staging a comeback, and its presence is not comforting. Last week in Rome, its shadows intruded again. A band of what Italians...

Books: Tragicomic Revolutionary

IL DUCE (367 pp.)—Christopher Hibbert—Little Brown ($6). "I who was born a revolutionary tell you that you cannot permanently sacrifice the principles of YOUR...

Foreign News: Sons & Bombers

The fact that Premier Benito Mussolini's second son Bruno had arrived with 23 brand new Savoia-Marchetti S-79 B's, considered among Italy's fastest and best...

World War: CASUALTIES: Bruno's Last Flight

Benito Mussolini hates death. He wants perpetual strength for his own body, for his loved ones, for his Italy. Withering and dying hurt him. After his Brother...

ITALY: Three-Year War

Benito Mussolini stood last week four-square on a package of exploding firecrackers. Zing!—the British Navy blanketed the Suez Canal. Zip!—Italian submarines...

ITALY: Quo Vadis, Duce?

Since Italian Fascism is the personification of youth and Benito Mussolini is the embodiment of Fascism, one of the embarrassments of Italy today is that Il...

ITALY: Words of High Praise

Called upon Premier Benito Mussolini Thomas W. Lament, partner of J. P. Morgan. Called upon Premier Benito Mussolini U. S. Senator David A. Reed. Called...

The Hand That Held the Dagger

(See Cover) For 20 days terror fell from the sky. Each day it grew worse. The intervals grew fewer when troops could smoke with out a bomb blast blowing the...

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