The Corporate State: The Italian Economy (for QUIZ format)

PLEASE USE IN QUIZ FORMAT: Quiz on The Corporate State: The Italian Economy section of the AQA AS course: A New Roman Empire? Mussolini's Italy 1922-1945.

This quiz is made to be used in the quiz format, NOT THE FLASHCARD ONE, that it always opens up in even though I don't make it in that format. So its probably better when used in the multiple choice quiz format.

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Who did Mussolini appoint as Finance Minister in 1922?
De Stefani
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Who did Mussolini appoint as Finance Minister in 1925?
Giuseppe Volpi
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What law of 1926 set up the structure of the Corporate State?
Syndical
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The Battle for Grain was announced in what year?
1925
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Did wheat production increase due to the Battle for Grain?
Yes
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The Battle for Land was also known as what?
Battle of the Marshes
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The Battle for Lira was launched in what year?
1926
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What was the Confindustria?
Italian Employers Federation
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What was set up in 1931 to save the banking system from complete collapse?
IMI
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What worsened Italy's trade position in 1925/1924?
Poor grain harvest
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In some ways, Italy was not a severely affected by the Great depression as some other countries. True or false?
True
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When was the Palazzo Vidoni Pact passed?
1925
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When was the Ministry of Corporations set up?
1926
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The IMI and IRI were unsuccessful in stabilizing the economic situation in Italy in the 1930s. True or false?
False
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