True: Hitler spent hours planning his gestures, so it was no improvisation.
Mussolini was another type of dictator... he did not expose theories; he exposed dreams. While Hitler was stating important things in his speeches, such as economy, socialism, nation, Mussolini was talking about "covering the sun" with his aviation (thing that he never did).
Mussolini's gestures were improvised - true. Were they theatrical - yes. But through his gestures he exposed a certain pride of himself, a certain pride Hitler never had. One thing you must see is his pride on this picture
: his smile, his postition. For me, Mussolini is the most original and proud dictator ever, but unfortunately a total failiure in the military and economy.
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