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  • Austria And Piedmont Sardinia
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    Q: Describe & Explain the Unification of Italy. The Unification of Italy divides in to 3 main stages: 1815-1830: Revolts all over Italy. Revolts are suppressed. 1848-1849: Revolts all over Italy. Revolts are suppressed. 1858-1870: The unification of Italy Introduction To understand the unification of Italy, matters before the revolution need to be examined. Up until 1716, Italy was just a big piece of land divided among small kingdoms of monarchs. (ref. H.O. #1 p. 29) When napoleon Bonaparte con...
  • Military Leader Giuseppe
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    Giuseppe Garibaldi " The Sword" of Italian Unification " My goal, which was, I believe, shared by most italians at that time, was to unite the country and rid it of foreign powers. Those who gave Italy her freedom would earn her people's gratitude" (Garibaldi, page 6). During the age of Italian unification, there were three men who fought for her (Italy's) freedom. Those men were Cavour the brains, Mazzini the soul, and Garibaldi the sword (Chastain). Giuseppe Garibaldi was born in Nice in 1807 ...
  • Count Camillo Cavour And Giuseppe Garibaldy
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    When the Italian Unification was achieved in 1970 with the acquisition of Rome, it was too the surprise of many people. When the whole unification process started around 1854 with the Crimean War, an independent Italy was believed impossible to achieve. It was not without much time and effort that the two greatest influences, Count Camillo Cavour and Giuseppe Garibaldy, were able to achieve there dream of a free and unified Italy. The very thought of unifying states that were separate and apart ...
  • 1870 During The Franco Prussian War Piedmonte
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    In 1815 hopes of italian unification were dented by the Vienna congress. Austrian control was restored directly in Lombardy and Venetia, indirectly in the Papal states. Mazzini remarked in 1815 "through out Europe one stroke of pen erased all our hopes, all our liberties'. The settlement resulted in numerous groups like the Carbonari, Young Italy being formed, spear heading for the unification. By 1848-49 the forces working for unification had completely failed. From 1850 onward events rapidly t...
  • German And Italian Wars Of Unification
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    Germany and Italy: The Struggle For Unification The rise of nationalism in Germany and Italy was long combated by the established regimes, but a unified Germany and Italy was an inevitability. The people of these two countries suffered from a long history of disorganization and disunity, but strong leadership in the end united them both. The similarities between Germany and Italy range from the subtle to the very obvious, but there also are some major differences. The situation in Germany was th...

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