By Robert Pearce, Andrina Stiles
The hot versions of entry to Historycombine the entire strengths of this well-loved sequence with a brand new layout and contours that let all scholars entry to the content material and research talents had to in attaining examination luck. This 3rd variation of this well known identify has been up to date to mirror the desires of the present a degree necessities. The identify examines the explanation why growth in the direction of unification used to be so gradual first and foremost and why after 1850 it turned so quick. In doing so, it offers due recognition to the jobs performed via Cavour, Mazzini, Garibaldi, Pope Pius IX, Napoleon III, Charles Albert and Victor Emmanuel, and makes an attempt to respond to the query 'Who made Italy '. in the course of the booklet key dates, phrases and matters are highlighted, and historic interpretations of key debates are defined. precis diagrams are integrated to consolidate wisdom and figuring out of the interval, and examination type questions and assistance for every exam board give you the chance to improve examination talents.
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Within a month he was heavily defeated at the battle of Novara. This was the last straw. A broken man, he abdicated in favour of his son, Victor Emmanuel II. Key term Tuscany Dictator Originally a term used in Ancient Rome to denote a chief magistrate with absolute power, appointed in an emergency. In neighbouring Tuscany the Grand Duke had granted a constitution at the beginning of 1848. When news of the revolution in Vienna and the dismissal of Metternich reached Tuscany, the government decided to send a small army to ﬁght the Austrians.
Conclusion Italy was uniﬁed, as Mazzini said it would be, and nationalism did indeed prove a potent force in nineteenth- and twentieth-century history. Furthermore, Mazzini’s ideas inspired many disciples. Yet history did not follow the exact pattern he hoped. As we shall see, Italy came to be uniﬁed more ‘from above’ than ‘from below’, much to his disgust. He was to describe the new Italian uniﬁed state as a ‘dead corpse’. Some may judge that an Italy uniﬁed on Mazzinian lines would have been a more liberal, progressive and altogether preferable state to the one that did emerge.
Could revolutionaries achieve greater unity and greater support? Would the international situation become more favourable? Summary diagram: The revolutions of 1831–2 Revolutions in Modena, Parma and the Papal States Failures Reasons Key question How important a ﬁgure was Mazzini in the movement for Italian uniﬁcation? • • • • the strength of Austria revolutions were local and separate little popular support no outside help 5 | Giuseppe Mazzini Despite the failure of the revolutions of the early 1830s, it was in this decade that the Risorgimento (see page 14) began to make some progress.
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