The term “facism” is derived from the Italian term “fascio” which means “bundle of rods” in Italian. The idea behind the term is that when bound together, the people make a single rod which is weak, become strong and unbreakable, or even unbendable. The seeds of facism were sewn in 1918 after the end of World War I which left Europe with 10,000,000 (10 million) people dead and in financial and structural ruin. Germany was particularly effected as harsh surrendering terms were demanded, with the ...
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