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Originally published in 1936, this book forms the second part of an ambitious three-volume series on the movement towards Italian nationality and independence. Covering the period between June 1846 and January 1848, it provides a rigorous analysis of key historical events, which is maintained by a highly readable narrative style. This is a work of profound scholarship, informed by first-hand contact with leading Italian authorities on the subject, including some of those involved in the processes described. It will be a valuable resource for anyone with an interest in Italian history and the revolutionary spirit of the nineteenth century.
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- Date Published: March 2012
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521158633
- length: 424 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 24 mm
- weight: 0.54kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Portrait of Pius IX
Part I. June 1846 to June 1847:
1. Metternich's Italy
2. World influences. The religious duty
3. The Amnesty
4. Chronological summary of the secular reforms of Pope Pius IX during his first year
5. The parties in Rome during Pius' first six months (June 1846 to January 1847)
6. The movement to win arms. Criticisms of Pius IX's work
7. 1847, January to July. Rome and the agitators
8. The Moderate movement outside the Papal State (June 1846 to June 1847)
9. The Piedmontese group in Rome
10. Pius IX's Harbour Convention. Garibaldi's first triumph
Part II. June 1847 to 1 December 1847:
11. Metternich and the Revolution
12. Agitation to win the Civic Guard
13. The Revolution obtains from Pius an armed force. The 'Congiura'
14. The Austrian action at Ferrara
15. Indignation over the Ferrara episode
16. Italy after the Ferrara episode
17. Piedmont after the Ferrara episode
19. The Customs-Union
21. Pius IX grants the Consulta
22. The end of Pius IX's programme of reform
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