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Mussolini arrives in Rome for conference with king
ROME, Oct. 30, 1922 (UP) -- Benito Mussolini, the Fascist leader whom King Victor Emmanuel has asked to become premier, arrived in Rome today for a conference with his majesty.
Mussolini assumes power, forms cabinet
ROME, Oct. 31, 1922 (UP) -- The new Italian cabinet under Benito Mussolini assumed office today when the ministers appeared at the palace and took the oath of office before the king.
Fights rage in Italy
PARIS, Nov. 1, 1922 (UP) -- An unconfirmed dispatch to the Agence Radio from Chiasso on the Italian-Swiss border, today said Fascisti had demanded the American consul in Rome to hoist the Italian flag over his consulate. The report also said the Fascisti burned the Chamber of Labor in Rome.
Mussolini gives his policies
ROME, Nov. 1, 1922 (UP)-Benito Mussolini, leader of the Fascistis, was only 25 when he became editor of Avanti, the official organ of the Italian Socialist Party. The war broke his belief in the internationalism, which was the center of his follower's creed. Eventually he left Avanti, and was expelled from the Socialist Party.
Mussolini pledges "Pax Romana"
By THOMAS B. MORGAN, United Press Staff Correspondent
ROME, Sept. 7, 1934 (UP) - Premier Benito Mussolini has pledged to France that Italy will abandon her revisionist policy concerning the Versailles treaty, it was learned tonight.
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