Timeline Italy 1920s-1930s

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  • Paris peace conference reaction

    Paris peace conference reaction
    History State
    The Paris Peace Conference convened in January 1919 at Versailles just outside Paris. The conference was called to establish the terms of the peace after World War I. Though nearly thirty nations participated, the representatives of the United Kingdom, France, the United States, and Italy became known as the “Big Four.”
  • Anti-Fascist General Strike

    Anti-Fascist General Strike
    1920 Italian, Anti-Fascist General Strike
  • Elections of 1921

    Elections of 1921
    General elections were held in Italy on 15 May 1921.It was the first election in which the recently acquired regions of Trentino-Alto Adige, Venezia Giulia, Zara and Lagosta island elected deputies, many of whom from Germanic and South Slav ethnicity.
  • Fascism in power

    Fascism in power
    Italian Fascism, also known simply as Fascism, is the original fascist ideology, as developed in Italy. The ideology is associated with the National Fascist Party, which under Benito Mussolini ruled the Kingdom of Italy from 1922 until 1943
  • Change in fascism

    Change in fascism
    The Economy of Italy under Fascism refers to the economy in Italy between 1922 and 1943 when the Fascists were in control. Italy had emerged from World War I in a poor and weakened condition. An unpopular and costly conflict had been borne by an underdeveloped country. Post-war there was inflation, massive debts and an extended depression.
  • Fascist laws

    Fascist laws
    In 1923 Mussolini also passed a law which stated that whichever party got most votes should get two thirds of the seats in parliament. In the event, in April 1924 the Fascists won 64% of the vote so the new law was hardly needed.
  • First single party elections

    First single party elections
    General elections were held in Italy on 24 March 1929. Following a parliamentary reform enacted in 1928 by the Chamber of Deputies and Senate, the elections were held in the form of a referendum, with the Grand Council of the National Fascist Party, now an official state organ, allowed to compose a single party list to be either approved or rejected by the voters.
  • France England Italy condemn the German arms rush

    France England Italy condemn the German arms rush
    On soberest and coldest reflection, it is today primarily these two states, England and Italy, whose most natural selfish interests are not, in the most essential points at least, opposed to the German nation's requirements for existence, and are, indeed, to a certain extent, identified with them.
  • Mussolini attacks League of Nations

    Mussolini attacks League of Nations
    In January 1935 Abyssinia asked the League of Nations to arbitrate. Mussolini refused League of Nations arbitration. Instead, four days later, he made a treaty with France – France would let Italy conquer Abyssinia if Italy would support France against Germany. The Italians army got ready to invade.
  • Italy leaves the League of Nations

    Italy leaves the League of Nations
    Italy left the League of Nations on Saturday. The decision
    to take this step was announced in theatrical fashion to 100,000
    persons in the Piazza di Venezia in Rome last night.