The Growth of Fascism in Europe 1890 – 1925, Kimberley WEA

This 9 week course will act as an introduction to Fascism in a historical context

We will examine the development of Liberal democracy in Italy and try to understand why Fascism was able to rise. We will study the influence of Benito Mussolini and link his brand of Fascism to Great Britain and Germany

MussoliniWe will investigate how Italy became the first Fascist State in Europe

The course will begin with how Italy became a nation in the nineteenth century, we will also look at how Fascism spread to other countries.

The influence of Benito Mussolini on Italy after the Fist World War will be a key component.

Links will be made with Nottingham and the East Midlands

The Course Tutor – Ann Parker, was a lecturer in the Adult Education Department of Nottingham University. A specialist in Modern History, Ann has worked with the Atlantic Council, the Defence Academy and NATO

Fee – £52  (Free to those on benefits)

Venue – Rumbletums Cafe, 2a Victoria Street, Kimberley, NG16 2NH

Date – Tuesdays 3.15pm – 4.45pm,  9 Meetings from 12 January to 8 March 2016

Workers Education Association 39 Mapperley Road – Nottingham – NG3 5AQ

Phone 0115 9628400

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