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Italy in the Making 1815 to 1846

Italy in the Making 1815 to 1846

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  • Date Published: December 2015
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521159159

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  • Mr Berkeley spent much of his time in Italy and made a life study of the whole Risorgimento. He was in touch with some of the best living authorities on the subject: 'In the course of thirty years I have met men of all parties - old Garibaldians, Piedmontese, Papal Zouaves and other survivors of the great days, and of course hundreds of a more modern date; and I have discussed every possible side of the question with them. At the same time the libraries and archives have proved a mine of information, perhaps unequalled elsewhere; for until 1860 there were nine or ten small nations in Italy each of which had its state archives'. From these sources, he and his wife have built up a composite picture of the movement for nationality and independence which shows how the Italy which Metternich considered merely 'a geographical expression' gradually became an independent nation.

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    • Date Published: December 2015
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521159159
    • length: 326 pages
    • dimensions: 217 x 140 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.46kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Frontispiece: Carlo Alberto about the year 1895
    Preface
    Introduction
    List of authorities
    1. The world-influences affecting Italy, 1895 to 1846. Reaction. Revolution
    2. Revolution: Mazzini
    3. Reaction: Prince von Metternich and Italy
    4. The two most important Italian states, 1815 to 1846
    5. Piedmont and Charles Albert, 1815 to 1830
    6. Charles Albert's reign. First period, 1831 to 1834
    7. The Papal State. The rebellion of 1831 to 1840
    8. The Papal State, 1831 to 1834. The memorandum
    8. The Papal State, 1831 to 1840
    10. The moderate movement and its writers
    11. Gioberti's great book, the Primato
    12. The advance of Piedmont. Massimo d'Azeglio
    13. The advance of Piedmont. Balbo's work
    14. The advance of Piedmont. Charles Albert's reign, 1835 to 1845
    15. The Papal State, 1840 to 1845
    16. Massimo d'Azeglio's book, Degli ultimi casi di Romagna
    17. Summary of the situation during the first half of 1846
    18. Election of Pope Pius IX
    Note to chapter XV
    Index
    Maps.

  • Author

    G. F.-H. Berkeley

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