By John Stevenson
The "Dictionary of British and eu heritage because 1914" is a entire and up to date compendium of knowledge on all of the significant occasions, contributors, political groupings and problems with the 20 th century. in addition to delivering crucial reference fabric for college kids, lecturers and all people with an curiosity in contemporary background, this dictionary breaks new flooring in offering a advisor to present pondering on vital ancient issues and personalities in the interval and supplying a advisor to additional studying.
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He was Chief of Staff, 1919-21, Ambassador to Brazil, 1924-5, and was promoted Field Marshal in 1925. He served as Chief of the General Staff until 1928 when he became Governor-General of Libya, conducting through RODOLFO GRAZIANI a fierce campaign against rebel forces led by Omar el Muktar, in which an estimated 60,000 died. He left Libya in December 1933. Initially opposed to the Ethiopian war (see ETHIOPIAN CRISis), he was appointed to succeed Emilio de Bono when the campaign bogged down in November 1935.
After the general election of 1930 the federal government itself - which now contained Heimwehr ministers - looked increasingly to radical authoritarian solutions to its political problems. It ruled by emergency decree from 1932, and suspended parliamentary government in 1933. therland Front, a 'patriotic' organization based on fascist models and founded in the previous year. This was now to form a mass party on the Italian and German models, but was to prove unsuccessful as a vehicle for popular mobilization.
Bessarabia. Area on the Soviet-Romanian border bounded on the north and east by the River Dniester and to the south and west by the Danube and the Prut. Of mixed Romanian and Ukranian population, it was disputed between the two states but remained part of the Russian Empire until 1918, when it threw off Russian (now Soviet) rule and proclaimed union with Romania. Romania's acquisition was confirmed at the PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE in 1919 but never recognized by the Soviet Union. A Soviet ultimatum on 28 June 1940 forced Romania to cede the territory.
Macmillan Dictionary of British and European History Since 1914 by John Stevenson