11.15.11 - Risorgimento 1. Italy in 1815 (know map) a....

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Risorgimento 1. Italy in 1815 (know map) a. Vienna settlement of 1815 a.i. In essence restored the pre-Napoleonic establishment: the Pope in central Italy, the bourbons in the south, the Austrian in Lombardy and Tuscany, and the Savoia in piedmont and Sardinia. Except that genoa belonged now to the kingdom of Piedmont and Sardinia, and Venice, the duchy of Parma, and the duchy of Modena were now under Austrian rule a.ii. The question of the political unification of Italy was again on the agenda of the great powers 2. The First Risings a. 1820 Naples and Sicily b. 1821 piedmont b.i. Both instances liberal constitution are drafted, but an Austrian army defeats the patriots c. 1831 Modena, Parma, and Bologna c.i. Again, Austria intervenes, this time in spite of French and British protests- and the rebellion in all three regions is suppressed d. 1833 Insurrections attempted in Genoa and Turin by members of Mazzini’s La Giovine Italia (Young Italy) failed. Mazzini, already exile in France, moved to Switzerland and tried in vain to rally 1,000 volunteers to invade Savoy
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