The Abyssinian Crisis
- WHAT WAS THE ITALIAN EMPIRE LIKE BY 1930?
- HOW DID SENATOR GIORGIO PISANO EXPLAIN ITALY’S ATTITUDE FOR CONQUEST?
- WHAT IS ABYSSINIA TODAY? WHAT WAS THE SITUATION BY 1930?
- WHAT EXCUSE DID MUSSOLINI HAVE TO CONQUER ABYSSINIA?
- WHAT WAS THE ROLE OF FRANCE AND GREAT BRITAIN IN ITALY’S INVASION?
- WHAT EVIDENCE DOES MUSSOLINI’S DAUGHTER PROVIDE?
- WHAT DID YOUNG SOLDIERS BELIEVE WAS THEIR DUTY TOWARDS ITALY?
- WHAT WAS CONTROVERSIAL ABOUT THE USE OF POISON GAS BY THE ITALIANS?
- WHAT DID THE LEAGUE DECIDE TO DO? HOW EFFECTIVE WERE THOSE MEASURES?
- HOW DID ORDINARY PEOPLE REACTO TO SANCTIONS?
- The Italian empire by 1930s was insignificant in comparison of the British and French empire. It only had the territories of Libya, Eritrea and it controlled rather Somalia. It`s objective was to conquer Abyssinia.
- The Italians complained about the British and the French empire, they conquered lots of places around the world. They said that if they conquered why the Italian´s shouldn`t. They wanted to have a big empire like the British and French.
- Today Abyssinia is called Ethiopia. In the 1930s was an undeveloped and poor country.
- Mussolini wanted Abyssinia because Italy´s growing population. Also he wanted land, natural resources and minerals such as gold and silver.
- France said that Italy could invade Abyssinia. Britain said the opposite. She would act in favor of Ethiopia and sanction Italy.
- The evidence that Mussolini´s daughter provided that the ordinary people didn´t know where Abyssinia was. The English prime minister said that they wouldn´t attack Italy but they would do something.
- The young soldiers said that their was their duty to take part of the Italian army and made it great as they unifed Italy . They were very proud of it.
- Italy declared that the use of poison gas was uncivilised. They used it in secret against doing it in public.
- Italy was sanction. But Mussolini didn´t care. But their measures were not effective.
- People reacted that the sanctions were injustice.
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