Mazzini was a prolific publicist continually publishing letters and articles and was feted by many European liberals. Mazzini’s ideas encouraged several attempted invasions in the years 1833-48 and in 1849 Mazzini was able to take advantage of the Pope’s flight from Rome to declare a Roman Republic. This shows that Mazzini had a profound effect in accelerating the growth of autocracy and the nature of foreign intervention by exercising his opportunism in favourable conditions. He did so to cater to his own desires for a unified Italy and to fulfil the aims of Young Italy. Mazzini had
They gain a lot of popularity and transformed this revolutionary group in a political party. For that moment they already had gained popularity so the political power that they had was a considerable one. A clear example of his power was when he marched through Rome with 50000 black shirts and was invited by Victor Emmanuel ll to form a coalition government. On the other hand, there were some other factors which weren’t responsibility of Mussolini that also helped him to reach Italian power. The
In the era following the Civil War, Industrialization had many leaders. These leaders achieved the great growth of the economy and industry of the United Sates, leading the United States to become the leading industrial power in the world. Many historians question how honest these men were with their actions, we critique them because of the way they distributed their fortunes. It is true; many of these industrial leaders did cause harm socially, creating barriers and many competitions nationwide. They are called “industrial statesmen” for the great economic power they helped America become.
Speer was instantly enchanted by Hitler’s speech and voice, he described himself as being in awe. Speer later claimed that he had joined the Nazi Party as a follower of Hitler. Albert Speer’s luck became a key element as to how he rose to prominence, beginning with Karl Hanke offering Speer early redecoration work for the Nazi Party. Speer succeeded in this job, and impressed Hanke greatly hence giving Speer many more opportunities with the Nazi Party. It wasn’t long before he became a rather highly regarded member of the Nazi party, being asked to take on high-ranking jobs Nazi’s.
Albert Speer was with no uncertainty a significant figure and member within the Nationalist Socialist Party who contributed a noteworthy amount to Nazi ideology and practice. His influence however within the Nazi Party grew as time went on holding key positions such as Hitler's architect, Head of German Labour Front and Minister for Armaments and Munitions from 8 February 1942 among other tasks. At this position Speer had substantial power and was also said to be the second most powerful man in the Third Reich after Hitler. In 1934 Speer became the ˜First Architect of the Reich,' before this however he had menial tasks such as renovating the Gauhaus in Berlin and organising a backdrop for the May Day rally at the Templehof airfield in Berlin
Pallas did this job with such efficiency that Cornelius Scipio proposed before the Senate that he be rewarded. While he occupied a position of power all throughout Claudius’ reign (and gained over 3,000,000 sesterces), it was not until the arrival of Agrippina that he came to particular prominence and overtook Narcissus as the most influential freedman. Background and rise to prominence – Narcissus Tiberius Claudius Narcissus was a freedman who used his position ab epistulis (correspondence secretary) to become a minister of state and became the most powerful of all freedman. He was part of the core of the imperial court throughout the reign of Emperor Claudius where he was in charge of correspondence. It is said that Narcissus was well known due to his extreme wealth of over 400,000,000 sesterces.
Andrew Carnegie Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) was one of the most successful businessmen and most recognized philanthropists in history. His entrepreneurial ventures in America's steel industry earned him millions and he, in turn, made great contributions to social causes such as public libraries, education and international peace. "Andrew Carnegie was the pioneering tycoon of the Age of Steel" (Let's Talk Business Network 2002). His steel empire produced the raw materials that built the physical infrastructure of the United States. He was a catalyst in America's participation in the Industrial Revolution, as he produced the steel to make machinery and transportation possible throughout the nation.
Benito led the National Fascist party. A lot of people say that he was actually a big contribution to the making of fascism. I would say that Mussolini became famous because of the fact that his dad was a politician as well, which you could say gave him “connections” to rising in power. A big support group of Benito would be his fascist party members. Anti – fascists were very much against
In this way, many people were intimidated into voting for the Nazi Party. Once again, Hitler targeted the Communists more than other groups. He used the emergency decree issued by Hindenburg and banned all Communist Party meetings and
People became upset with the self-proclaimed dictator and ultimately murdered Julius Caesar. The republican form of government so carefully forged during the Struggle of the Orders crumbled under the stress of civil wars and murder (133). The Roman Empire, therefore, began. The Punic Wars is the most important war because of the changes that occurred causing the Roman Republic to fall and the Roman Empire to endure. The Wars created the largest empire in the world reaching from Europe all the way to Asia and parts of Africa.