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Italy's Dictatorship
(1922 - 1945)

1922Mussolini marches on Rome
1924 Italian Fascists murder Socialist leader Giacomo Matteotti
1925Benito Mussolini becomes the dictator of Italy
1925Locarno conferences seek to secure European peace by mutual guarantees
1928Kellogg-Briand Pact, outlawing war, signed in Paris by 65 nations    GO !
1929Lateran Treaty establishes independent Vatican City
1930Britain, U.S., Japan, France, and Italy sign naval disarmament treaty
1935Mussolini invades Ethiopia; League of Nations invokes sanctions
1936Germans occupy Rhineland, Italy annexes Ethiopia, Rome-Berlin Axis proclaimed (Japan will join in 1940)
1936Japan and Germany sign anti-Comintern pact; joined by Italy in 1937
1937Egypt is admitted to the League of Nations,El Salvador and Italy withdraw
1938Munich PactóBritain, France, and Italy agree to let Germany partition Czechoslovakia
193922 May - Nazis sign 'Pact of Steel' with Italy.
19394 September - New Zealand declares war on Germany
194010 June - Italy declares war on England and France
194018 June - Hitler and Mussolini meet in Munich
194024 June - France signs an armistice with Italy
194027 September - Germany, Italy and Japan sign Tripartite (Axis) Pact
1943Mussolini deposed
194325/26 July - Mussolini and the Fascists overthrown
194323 September - Mussolini re-establishes a Fascist government
19433 September - Truce between Allies and Italians
194528 April - Mussolini hanged by Italian partisans
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