Romano Mussolini

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Forlì, Italy
Birth Sign
Libra

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Birthplace
Forlì, Italy

Romano Mussolini was a painter, Italian jazz pianist, and film producer. Romano Mussolini was the youngest son of Fascist leader Benito Mussolini.

Early Life

Romano Mussolini was born on 26 September 1927. He was born in Forli, Italy. The zodiac sign of Romano Mussolini was Libra. The name of his father is   Benito Mussolini. Similarly, his mother’s name is Rosa Maltoni.

His father is a Fascist leader. Moreover, Romano Mussolini studied music as a child, playing classical pieces with his father on the violin. Later on, He started playing jazz under the assumed name “Romano Full” after World War II.

There is no information about his siblings.  He belongs to an Italian nationality and he follows the Christian religion.  Moreover, Romano Mussolini died in 2006, aged 78, in a hospital in Rome. The cause of his death is heart problems.

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Caption: Romano Mussolini while he was a kid. Source: Wikipedia.

Romano Mussolini – Net Worth 2023

He has a net worth of $1.7 Million.  Thus, he had made a decent net worth throughout his career as a painter, Italian jazz pianist, and film producer.

Career

Romano Mussolini came to enlightenment because of his father Benito Mussolini. Before moving to Switzerland in 1902 he worked as an elementary schoolteacher for a short period to escape military service and look for better work opportunities.

Moreover, he took up work as a stonemason and got involved in promoting socialism, due to which he was arrested on various occasions. He was arrested by the Swiss authorities and deported to Italy in 1904, following which he joined the Italian army.

In 1906 to resume teaching and journalism he left the army. Furthermore, he moved to Trento, in the then-Austria-Hungary, and worked for a local socialist party. He worked as an editor and labor reader, and for the next couple of years gained a reputation for his views on nationalism and militarism.

Moreover, he became the editor of Italy’s ‘Socialist Party newspaper, ‘Avanti!’ in 1912. Initially, in the ‘First World War,’ he was against Italy’s participation but later changed his stance on the pretext of making Italy a great power and regaining the lost Austro-Hungarian territory.
Moreover, for his opposition to the party’s stance on neutrality in ‘World War I.’, he was expelled from the ‘Socialist Party. Mussolini founded the fascist movement and condemned the ‘Italian Socialist Party (PSI).

More about career

Editing the newspaper ‘Il Popolo d’Italia’ (The People of Italy) he resumed his journalistic activities in Milan. Through his writings, he supported Italy’s participation in the war.
He included several unemployed war veterans in his right-wing groups to increase fascist influence, which was organized into armed squads called ‘Black Shirts.’ Likewise, He used ‘Black Shirts’ to threaten political opponents.
He led the ‘March on Rome’ with over 30,000 fascist ‘Black Shirts,’ in the summer of 1922, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Luigi Facta. Thus, he formed a new government in October 1922 Backed by King Victor Emmanuel III, who failed to foresee the consequences of Mussolini’s thoughts.
Gradually, he destroyed all political opposition and imposed an open dictatorship. Later on, he declared himself a dictator and assumed the title ‘II Duce’ (the Leader) in 1925.
Moreover, he grew popular among key groups – industry, military, church, and farmers, who benefitted from his public work programs and employment plans. For a decade, peace prevailed in Italy.
In 1940, his declaration of war on France and Britain exposed his weaknesses in military equipment and army. He was declared the head of a puppet government of the ‘Italian Social Republic,’ In September 1943,  in Northern Italy, which was controlled by Germany. Likewise, he held this post till 1945.

Brand Endorsements

The information about the Brand Endorsement of Romano Mussolini is not updated yet.

Personal Life

Mussolini married Maria Scicolone, the younger sister of actress Sophia Loren In 1962. The couple had two daughters, Elisabetta and her elder sister Alessandra Mussolini. Moreover, with his second wife, the actress Carla Maria Puccini, he had a third daughter, Rachele, named after his mother Rachele Mussolini.

Body Measurements

Romano Mussolini’s height is not yet updated. Similarly, the weight of his body is also not disclosed. The shoe size dress sizes and other body measurements like chest size, waist size, etc are also not updated till now.

Romano Mussolini has got an attractive personality. Thus, he has fair skin. Moreover, he has got light brown color hair and got a pair of big brown eyes.

Romano Mussolini – Social Media

Talking about his social media sites he was not active on any social media sites like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.