Have you ever wondered about putting your faith in one leader then once in office he ignores all the things he promised to his people? This is exactly what Benito Mussolini did to his people who really cared for him. He caused troubling times and then tried to leave. Him lying to the people and many more are just some of the troubling times Italy went through with Benito as their ruler.
Benito Mussolini was the dictator of Italy (Benito Mussolini 272) until his fall at the end of WWII. He was the head of the government from 1922 to 1942 (Benito Mussolini 272). He led Italy into three successful wars, as a Fascist dictator, which stood for a strong central government, but the last war led to his destruction by his people (Benito Mussolini 272).
On July 29, 1883, at Dovia di Predappio in Forli province, Benito Mussolini was born (Benito Mussolini 272). He was born into a middle class family, and his mother taught elementary school, while his father was a blacksmith and a very strong socialist (Benito Mussolini 272).
As Benito got older and started school he learned little (Benito Mussolini 272). Even in his early years he showed violence and had a powerful ego (Benito Mussolini 272). In 1901, at the age of 18, he took the diploma di maestro, a degree in education, and he began to teach secondary school (Benito Mussolini 272).
While a year went by and Benito didn't like his career, he then exiled himself to Switzerland (1902-1904) where he formed dilettante's culture, which was only known for philistinism (Benito Mussolini 272). Now having cultural faith, he then returned to Italy and joined the armed forces (Benito Mussolini 272). He was in a new career, politics.
After serving in the armed forces Benito joined the socialist party (Benito Mussolini 272). Many of his ideas were contradicting, much like his life style. Mussolini then created a new type of socialism called sui generis (Benito Mussolini 272).