The unknown reason why Hitler’s affection for Mussolini turned into hatred and ended in slaughter

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Updated:01/24/2021 00:57h

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In “Hitler’s Private Conversations” (Barcelona, ​​2004), the British historian Hugh Trevor-Roper collected a statement from the “Führer” which reflected the admiration and affection he felt for Mussolini: “The brown shirts probably would not have existed without the black shirts. The 1922 march on Rome was one of the milestones in history. The mere fact that such an action attempted and carried out filled us with courage. If Mussolini had been beaten in speed by fascism, I don’t know if we would have been able to resist. Nationalism was a very weak plant at this time. ‘

Similar words were repeated in the nine encounters that both had throughout their lives. The influence of

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