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Mussolini's Earlier peeves:

"In September, 1936, when the League of Nations refused to expel the African empire from its membership, Il Duce kept Italian representatives away from League halls. They have never set foot in them since. Last spring British envoys led a successful boycott against diplomatic attendance at a first anniversary celebration of Italy's conquest. Ill Duce countered with a peeve so wrathful that Italian newspapers made no mention of Great Britain for two whole days."

More on Fascist Italy can be read HERE...

Click here to read about Italy's resignation from the League of Nations.


''Duce: Peeve No. 3 (Pathfinder Magazine, 1937)

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