Reconsidering the March on Rome

  title={Reconsidering the March on Rome},
  author={G. Albanese},
  journal={European History Quarterly},
  pages={403 - 421}
  • G. Albanese
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • European History Quarterly
The aim of this article is to assess the role that Fascist representations of the March on Rome had in determining the overall direction of historical research on Fascism, and thus to understand why the violence practised during the days of the March has been neglected by both contemporaries and historians. The first part of the article examines the ways in which the March was seen by Fascists and anti-Fascists during the interwar years, when the Fascists were still in power. The second part… Expand
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