Joining the movement

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Who argued that the Squadristi is central to Fascism?
Emilio Gentile
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what do the Squadristi do?
beat, shoot, humiliate and disrupt rival meetings
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Who joined the Squads?
Young, unemployed, violent and lost men
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Roberta Suzzi Valli found what about Florence and Bologna?
Florence and Bologna make up a quarter of all Fasci (1921)
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when were the SA given their name?
1921
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Why did the SA cause a fuss on the streets
To create momentum
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How many members did the SA have in Nov. 1930, Jan. 1932, and Jan 1933?
Nov 30= 60,000, Jan 32= 290,000, Jan 33= 450,000
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Who came up with the 'Brutalisation theory'?
George Mosse
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What did Pamela Sweet find?
That SA fought communists on the streets, often knew them, and tried to win them over (lots of movement)
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who argued that the common enemy between SA and communists is the moderate left?
Tim Brown
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Who argued that many SA and Hitler were gay?
Andrew Wakerfuss and Lothar Matchtan
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