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Category Archives: 3. Italian Unification
During the 1850′s Cavour considered unification of the entire Italian peninsula neither possible nor desirable. Garibaldi argued that the first aim must be a single Italy. To achieve his vision he wanted to incorporate the existing states, including Piedmont, Sardinia and Lombardy. … Continue reading
Just who was the most important character in Italian unificaiton? Cavour, Garibaldi or Victor Emmanuel II Below is the G10′s debating this very topic. Do you think the judges got it right?
As we come to the end of studying Italian Unification, it’s worth pointing out that 2011 marks the 150th anniversary of when Garibaldi and Victor Emmanuel II met in Naples – arguably the most important event in italian unification. Yet the debate … Continue reading
Here is an article looking at the importance of Mazzini to Italian unification. Here is an article looking at how Garibaldi took Palermo Here is an article on the Risorgimento Here is an article looking at how Italy was unified.
This is the Key Players of Italian Unification googledoc the G10 History class created.
This link is for their PowerPoint presentation on Italian unification.