I propose we rename this article "Italian Fascism" and have a separate article titled "Fascism". - NatAll75 11:43, 3 June 2012 (CEST)
- Makes no sense for me as fascism is italian. --MCMLXXXII 18:08, 19 June 2013 (CEST)
"That is not by chance, but because Stalin ordered 1935 to use the word Fascism for all national socialistic movements, to hide the word "socialistic"; Bolshevism or Jewish "socialism" wanted to keep that word for itself."
Is there a source for this? I don't doubt its true, but the 1935 date seems very specific and Stalin is mentioned. Basileus 20:47, 5 July 2012 (CEST)
Article needs a section about the Agro Pontino, a large agricultural area in southern Lazio that was full of swamps and almost empty of people. During the fascim they drain the region and settled with many farmers from north Italy (Veneto). Cities were founded of this area (Pomezia, Latina and others). --MCMLXXXII 19:03, 19 June 2013 (CEST)
- The article of wikipedia is a joke  LOL:
The project reached a peak in 1933 with 124000 men employed. The previous agrarian population was moved out under protest in the name of progress. Workers were interned in camps surrounded by barbed wire. The camps were overcrowded, wages were low, hours were long, food was bad, sanitation was poor, healthcare was missing, and medical attention was lacking. However, workers could quit, and the turnover was high. In 1935, at the completion of the phase, they were all dismissed without notice. Many were infected with malaria
Pure propaganda. --MCMLXXXII 21:53, 19 June 2013 (CEST)