Unlike Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin, history and memory seem have been kinder to Benito Mussolini who even today benefits from a rather favourable reputation. Didier Musiedlak questions the origins and mechanisms of this public representation of the Italian dictator. He deciphers the Mussolinian myths and shows how the Duce intervened over more than 20 years Thanks to the research presented here, different and often unknown facets emerge from the portrait of Mussolini: doctrinaire, fascist but also a man to devoted culture.

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