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Unformatted text preview: bismark won the war and unified germany Sperber National unity was not centered with war fare It was peaceful and in a parlamntary fashion Called for german national assemblye hich Fredrick gave The checks who would have been about gross duetehland This lack of support is what drew Fredrick away from the idea The state of germany retured back to its original state fallowing 1948 no major change occurred in the government The was never the so called turning point-germany could have been unified but it never happened Italy- 1848 Charles albert hoped for the rebellion to occur but the uprising failed because there was to much military ivolvement Not until the 1960s did carver actually make leeds into unifying italy Revolution here did not turn either...
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