5unificationsofitalyandgermany

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Unifications of Italy and Germany 3/24/2010 I. Patterns A. Neither Italy nor Germany had been unified states B. Growing feeling they should be unified C. France and Britain were great powers because they were nation-states (united) 1. Italy and Germany wanted to be great powers like France and Britain D. They will not be united by liberal, professors and lawyers, students 1. They will be united because they are conquered by one of the countries inside a. Kingdom of Sardinia united Italy b. Kingdom of Prussia united Germany E. Unification occurred in stations 1. In each case, one man was the great architect and did it for his king 2. In both cases the major opposition was Austria II. Unification of Italy A. Architect of the unification was Camillo di Cavour (1810-1861) 1. Prime minister of the Kingdom of Sardinia; he is a Liberal 2. Knows he has to defeat Austria in battle; no army to do it; he will get help from France. a. King of France- Louis Napoleon; wanted to emulate his uncle
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course HIST 1003 taught by Professor Zucker during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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