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Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) consisted of Italian fascist squads, mostly from rural areas, who were led by the ras from 1918–1924. As a movement, it grew from the inspiration many squadristi leaders found in Benito Mussolini, but was not directly controlled by Mussolini, and each squad tended to follow their own local leader. The squadrismo has been described as a “very undisciplined set of local bosses” where Mussolini attempted to assert some type of leadership control, although he had “not appointed” them nor had he usually met them. According to historian Stanley G. Payne, the "new mass Fascism had not been created by Mussolini," but the squadrismo had sprung up around him in rural areas, first starting in northern Italy.

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  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) consisted of Italian fascist squads, mostly from rural areas, who were led by the ras from 1918–1924. As a movement, it grew from the inspiration many squadristi leaders found in Benito Mussolini, but was not directly controlled by Mussolini, and each squad tended to follow their own local leader. The squadrismo has been described as a “very undisciplined set of local bosses” where Mussolini attempted to assert some type of leadership control, although he had “not appointed” them nor had he usually met them. According to historian Stanley G. Payne, the "new mass Fascism had not been created by Mussolini," but the squadrismo had sprung up around him in rural areas, first starting in northern Italy.
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) is the movement of squadre d’azione (literally translated as ‘action squads’), which was a non-state organised fascist militia, led by local leaders called ‘Ras’ (title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally comprised of farmers and the middle-class creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the fascist party led by Mussolini, by using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by Mussolini to control squadrismo violence, wi
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) is the movement of squadre d’azione (literally translated as ‘action squads’), which was a non-state organised fascist militia, led by local leaders called ‘Ras’ (title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally consisted of farmers and the middle-class creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the fascist party led by Mussolini, by using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by Mussolini to control squadrismo violence, wi
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) was the movement of squadre d’azione (literally ‘action squads’), the fascist militias organized outside the authority of the Italian state and led by local leaders called ras (a title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally consisted of farmers and the middle-class people creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the National Fascist Party led by Benito Mussolini, using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Italian Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by
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  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) consisted of Italian fascist squads, mostly from rural areas, who were led by the ras from 1918–1924. As a movement, it grew from the inspiration many squadristi leaders found in Benito Mussolini, but was not directly controlled by Mussolini, and each squad tended to follow their own local leader. The squadrismo has been described as a “very undisciplined set of local bosses” where Mussolini attempted to assert some type of leadership control, although he had “not appointed” them nor had he usually met them. According to historian Stanley G. Payne, the "new mass Fascism had not been created by Mussolini," but the squadrismo had sprung up around him in rural areas, first starting in northern Italy.
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) is the movement of squadre d’azione (literally translated as ‘action squads’), which was a non-state organised fascist militia, led by local leaders called ‘Ras’ (title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally comprised of farmers and the middle-class creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the fascist party led by Mussolini, by using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by Mussolini to control squadrismo violence, with the Pact of Pacification, and finally with the Consolidated Public Act. Squadrismo, which ultimately became the Blackshirts, served as a source of inspiration for Adolf Hitler’s S.A.
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) is the movement of squadre d’azione (literally translated as ‘action squads’), which was a non-state organised fascist militia, led by local leaders called ‘Ras’ (title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally comprised of farmers and the middle-class creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the fascist party led by Mussolini, by using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by Mussolini to control squadrismo violence, with the Pact of Pacification, and finally with the Consolidated Public Safety Act. Squadrismo, which ultimately became the Blackshirts, served as a source of inspiration for Adolf Hitler’s S.A.
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) is the movement of squadre d’azione (literally translated as ‘action squads’), which was a non-state organised fascist militia, led by local leaders called ‘Ras’ (title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally consisted of farmers and the middle-class creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the fascist party led by Mussolini, by using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by Mussolini to control squadrismo violence, with the Pact of Pacification, and finally with the Consolidated Public Safety Act. Squadrismo, which ultimately became the Blackshirts, served as a source of inspiration for Adolf Hitler’s S.A.
  • Squadrismo (IPA: [skwaˈdrizmo]) was the movement of squadre d’azione (literally ‘action squads’), the fascist militias organized outside the authority of the Italian state and led by local leaders called ras (a title given to the Abyssinian headmen). The militia originally consisted of farmers and the middle-class people creating their own defense against revolutionary socialists. Squadrismo became an important asset for the rise of the National Fascist Party led by Benito Mussolini, using violence to systematically eliminate any political parties which were opposed to Italian Fascism. This violence was not solely an instrument in politics, but was also a vital component of squadrismo identity, which made it difficult for the movement to be tamed. This was shown in the various attempts by Mussolini to control squadrismo violence, with the Pact of Pacification, and finally with the Consolidated Public Safety Act. Squadrismo, which ultimately became the Blackshirts, served as a source of inspiration for Adolf Hitler’s S.A.
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