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In this regard, Mussolini is credited with his willingness to undertake a new role as a protagonist pontoneer duty between the old generation Italy and new generation Italy (Foppiani, 142).
The readings equally delve into how the Italian Social Republic made a declaration stating that Rome was its new capital. However, the capital city was apparently located in Northern Italy on Lake Garda (Foppiani, 145). This was evidently where Mussolini’s government was situated. Mussolini was apparently making proclamations stating that they were in total control. On the contrary, Mussolini did not have any actual power as the ‘government’ was devoid of any organized economy, constitution and was total dependent on financial backup from the Nazis. The text equally narrates the series of fightings in which the allied forces was undertaking as it advanced northwards and assuming power over Rome by June 1944. This consequently contributed to the reduction of RSI territory. This prompted Mussolinin to make secret plans of retreating to Germany while making false public declarations of fighting against the allied forces to the last man.25th April 1945 marked the ultimate demise of the Italian Social Republic following success of the Allied forces over Italy (Foppiani, 145). Eventually, on 27th April 1945, Mussolini was captured alongside most of his allies while attempting to flee.
Foppiani, Oreste. The Allies and the Italian Social Republic (1943-1945) Anglo-American relations with, perceptions of, and judgments on the RSI during the Italian Civil War. Bern: Peter Lang, 2011.
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