The March on Rome

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16 October 1922
Mussolini and 6 leading Fascists met in Milan and decided the time wasright to take power.
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24 October 1922
A Fascist Congress was held in aples. Forty thousand Blackshirts chanted to Rome as Mussolini announces he will be appointed PM, or he will seize it.
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27 October 1922
The Fascists begin their 'march on Rome'. They begin to take control of telephone exchanges, police stations and government offices in parts of northern Italy. PM Facta asks the King to introduce Martial Law
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Successful takeovers 27-28 October 1922
Alessandria, Venice, Bergamo, Trieste, Florence, Pisa, Foggia, Apullia
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Failed takeovers 27-28 October 1922
Milan, T
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Card 2

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A Fascist Congress was held in aples. Forty thousand Blackshirts chanted to Rome as Mussolini announces he will be appointed PM, or he will seize it.

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24 October 1922

Card 3

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The Fascists begin their 'march on Rome'. They begin to take control of telephone exchanges, police stations and government offices in parts of northern Italy. PM Facta asks the King to introduce Martial Law

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Alessandria, Venice, Bergamo, Trieste, Florence, Pisa, Foggia, Apullia

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Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Milan, T

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