PART 1- P: Mussolini also managed to appeal to those who had been disappointed by the post war settlement very successfully., E: The Treaty of St Germain was perceived by many as a ‘mutilated victory’., Despite gaining some territory like Trentino and Trieste, the Italians did not gain any of the territory they demanded during the negotiations, in particular the port of Fiume., A: Italian nationalists claimed that Italy had been betrayed by her government, which further undermined public faith in their leaders., This helped Mussolini, who promised a ‘Second Roman Empire’ to restore national pride after the ‘humiliation’ of the Paris Peace Settlement., A+: However, the immediate effects of the Peace Settlement didn’t seem to have had a huge impact on Fascist support., In fact the 1919 elections were catastrophic for the Fascists as not a single fascist candidate was elected. Mussolini himself won only 5000 votes out of 270,000 in Milan.,

PARAGRAPH 3- IMPACT OF PARIS PEACE SETTLEMENT

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