The Liberation of Italy, 1815-1870

Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: HIS020000



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This book, originally published in 1895, traces the principal factors that worked towards the glorious unification of Italy.


Chapter 1. Resurgam (pp. 1-16)

Chapter 2. The Work of the Carbonari (pp. 17-32)

Chapter 3. Prison and Scaffold (pp. 33-46)

Chapter 4. Young Italy (pp. 47-58)

Chapter 5. The Pope Liberator (pp. 59-74)

Chapter 6. The Year of Revolution (pp. 75-96)

Chapter 7. The Downfall of Thrones (pp. 97-110)

Chapter 8. At Bay (pp. 111-132)

Chapter 9. 'J'attends Mon Astre' (pp. 133-148)

Chapter 10. The Revival of Piedmont (pp. 149-168)

Chapter 11. Premonitions of the Storm (pp. 169-184)

Chapter 12. The War for Lombardy (pp. 185-204)

Chapter 13. What Unity Cost (pp. 205-216)

Chapter 14. The March of the Thousand (pp. 217-242)

Chapter 15. The Meeting of the Waters (pp. 243-264)

Chapter 16. Beginnings of the Italian Kingdom (pp. 265-276)

Chapter 17. 'Rome or death!' (pp. 277-290)

Chapter 18. The War for Venice (pp. 291-310)

Chapter 19. The Last Crusade (pp. 311-324)

Chapter 20. Rome the Capital (pp. 325-340)

Index (pp. 341)

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